Two Nigerian men fall for each other in a land where LGBTQ relationships are essentially banned.
The documentary 'Coming Around' explores a young woman's relationship with her religious mother as she finds the courage to come out.
Reviews of every single feature, documentary, and short in the 2023 Reel Affirmations LGBTQ film festival.
'Le Beau Mec' is fully ejaculatory, campy, French 1970s erotica raunch, while 'Safe Word' is seductive and captivating.
Watching 'Our Son' is like dealing with a bouncer: you can see there's something important happening but can't get past the bulk in the way.
Bruno Carboni's 'The Accident' plays out like a noir film with mystery and quiet intensity.
Like all great filmmaking, 'Luise' all great filmmaking shows rather than tells, and the effect comes like the rumbling of distant thunder.
'Out of Uganda' is a world you may not want to enter, but the filmmakers have taken great effort to make you welcome in it.
If you like horror films with plenty of nudity and rough sex but very little logic or horror, 'Birder' should fit the bill nicely.
A behind-the-scenes documentary brilliantly chronicles key moments from the Philadelphia Democrat's 2022 U.S. Senate campaign.
Rarely is young LGBTQ love depicted with such quiet assuredness as in this standout international feature.
While undeniably sexy and evocative, much like the pandemic itself, 'Follow the Protocol' overstays its welcome.
The Chilean documentary 'Soy Niño' feels like more of an art piece than a story of a trans boy becoming an adult.
Anthony Montoya's informative, remarkably restrained documentary introduces us to queer, transgender, and nonbinary dance artists/activists.
'Impresario' is a touching, humorous, emotional and entirely captivating account of Marc Huestis' career and life.