Jake Wesley Rogers pushes forward proudly, bringing his unique sound to this year's Out & About Festival and beyond.
The randy, rocky comedy No Hard Feelings (★★☆☆☆) hints at a few different meanings in its title, including the obvious sexual pun, which hardly warrants...
Somewhere between Paris and London, British Airways lost Alan Cumming’s luggage, and, now waylaid in an airport hotel, the award-winning actor-writer-singer-producer is stuck. “I’m doing...
Playwright-turned-filmmaker Celine Song spins a poignant episode from her own life into the summer's sweetest movie romance.
An interracial, inter-faith couple seeks common ground in Theater J's heated two-hander, "One Jewish Boy."
Bodies are dropping and the laughs are popping in the hilarious, trope-busting horror-comedy 'The Blackening.'
Dave Harris' funny, fast-paced "Incendiary" ventures unflinchingly into disturbing corners of crime and punishment.
The cast of Mosaic's "One in Two" nail the charm and extraordinary challenge of Donja R. Love's HIV-themed dramedy.
Idan Haguel's dryly funny "Concerned Citizen" tests a self-described liberal, gay Israeli's principles under pressure.
Although a pleasure to watch and listen to, Signature's sinister "Sweeney Todd" doesn't cut all that deep
The cast of Studio’s World Premiere 'Good Bones' keeps tensions simmering in a clash between bougie and blue collar.
The Rehoboth Beach Pride Film Festival slates an exciting lineup of new queer features and shorts for its inaugural edition.
"Pose" star Ryan Jamaal Swain takes on the toughest role of his young career in Mosaic's harrowing and hilarious "One in Two."
A marvel to behold, the sprawling, emotional sequel "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse" gets a little lost in its whirlwind.
Gorgeously restored, Patrice Chéreau's erotically-charged '80s queer classic 'The Wounded Man' finally comes to home video.