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Netflix's anthology series reflects the myriad ways people are staying connected, while forced to remain apart
Radha Blank writes, directs, and raps her way to a solid feature debut with "The Forty-Year-Old Version"
Since directing "The Boys in the Band," Joe Mantello sees Mart Crowley’s landmark gay play in a whole new light
Leila Buck's play gives viewers control of a game show where the prize is U.S. citizenship
A postcard-pretty portrait of feminist icon Gloria Steinem, Julie Taymor's "The Glorias" fails to deliver
A gay couple steps into a new home and a paranoid nightmare in Shudder’s effectively creepy Spiral.
HBO's queer-themed We Are Who We Are encapsulates the unique coming-of-age atmosphere on a U.S. military base in Italy
Documentary filmmaker Ric Burns captured Dr. Oliver Sacks, who came out late in life, on film months before he passed away.
"Antebellum" struggles to find a lasting message in its red-herring-filled motive
DC Shorts International Film Festival offers 160 shorts from 34 countries
Charting an odyssey of classic gay erotica, from Arthur J. Bressan Jr.'s "Passing Strangers" to Wakefield Poole's "Boys in the Sand."
The acclaimed Latinx LGBTQ+ singer-songwriter offers ARDOR and REACTOR this fall
Award-winning trans filmmaker Isabel Sandoval fulfills her vision for Lingua Franca from page to screen
"Stage Mother" works overtime to entertain, but everything doesn't come up roses
Raja talks about how she, Raven, Eureka, and Manila celebrate Barefoot Wine's LGBTQ inclusivity through their own fashion statements.