The queer struggles in 'Queer Exile Berlin' shows to strong effect how LGBTQ people will always transcend hate.
A gentle, somewhat predictable road trip/coming-of-age-and-out story that is more cute than memorable.
Three generations of gender-variant people take pride of place in Horacio Alcalá's multifaceted narrative feature.
'The End of Evin' is a tense and quietly moving thriller that asks what price a person will pay for freedom.
The documenatry 'Queendom' provides a rare, candid glimpse into the tremendous plight and serious peril of Russians who identify as LGBTQ.
Trevor Anderson's 'Before I Change My Mind' is a magnificent work that will make you laugh and cry in the same breath.
The documentary 'Coming Around' explores a young woman's relationship with her religious mother as she finds the courage to come out.
'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.
Like all great filmmaking, 'Luise' all great filmmaking shows rather than tells, and the effect comes like the rumbling of distant thunder.
The fall film season has something for everyone, from horror fans to drama queens to musical lovers to, yes, even Swifties.
Olivia Colman dazzles in "Empire of Light," writer-director Sam Mendes' complicated ode to movies, melancholy, and friendship
AFI's retrospective of the careers of Andrews and Bogdanovich ranges from 'Victor/Victoria' to 'Mask."
Michael Bay's gun-crazy actioner "Ambulance" is loud, dumb, and feels interminably long, but at least it's mostly coherent.
The Criterion Channel is a treasure trove of cinematic content that consistently adds value to its bounty. Every month, the cinema-oriented streamer creates new themed...