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The latest tour de force from Pixar, "Soul" is a bold, conceptual jaunt across the astral plane
Netflix's lean, loose film captures the collision of two incredible talents running at full steam.
"Queer Japan" offers a look into Japanese LGBTQ culture that visitors likely won't find in guidebooks
The Drag Race alums produced their own holiday film based on classic Christmas specials
Six Feet Under creator Alan Ball wrote Uncle Frank as “a little bit of wish fulfillment.”
Happiest Season breaks new ground for Hollywood holiday rom-coms by decking the halls with lesbian romance.
"Crazy, Not Insane" examines the chilling work of serial killer psychologist Dorothy Lewis
Lisa Stephen Friday gets deeply personal in her new rock musical "Trans Am."
Osherovich navigates the genre twists and turns of the body-swapping horror-comedy "Freaky"
Two closeted teens fight gay rumors with a fabricated relationship in Dating Amber
"The Eater’s Guide to the World" draws a handy roadmap to the places you’ll go for good eats as soon as it’s feasible.
GALA Hispanic is the first D.C. theater to resume live, in-person performances since COVID lockdown
Olivia Default created an "allegory for being trans and also the process of coming to terms with being trans"
From his powerful role as an LGBTQ pioneer on HBO's Equal to stealing souls on Netflix's Julie & the Phantoms, Cheyenne Jackson has all sides covered
With humor, ingenuity, and an audacious hotel room climax, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm brings the laughs and the cringe in equal measure