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Screenwriter Abe Sylvia and actress Cherry Jones on why Tammy Faye Bakker remains relevant to this day
DC Shorts returns as a hybrid festival, with a portion of its 95 online films highlighted in live screenings
Camila Cabello is an appealing heroine in Amazon Prime's "Cinderella," but Billy Porter makes it magical
Marvel freshens up its formula with the fantasy-fueled origin story "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings"
Candyman updates the 1992 horror film with astute social commentary, but contains more style than suspense
Swan Song is a rich, absorbing character study with a narrative defined by indelible encounters
Driver gives his all as a seriously self-involved comedian in Leos Carax's ponderously wooden musical "Annette"
Matt Damon has issued a statement after he was heavily criticized for comments suggesting he was using "f****t" only "months ago."
Disney's latest ride-to-movie effort is a solidly entertaining adventure
A gay Mexican couple’s American dream meets stark reality in the transporting drama I Carry You with Me.
More a Marvel deep cut than an obvious play for the masses, Black Widow delivers action and acting that still rock.
Pioneering porn streamer PinkLabel.tv unearths another long-lost gem of '80s erotica, French classic "Equation to an Unknown."
An idyllic gay summer romance turns sour in François Ozon's tempestuous ode to the "Summer of 85"
Classic gay comedy screens June 27-29 at area theaters
This year's Laughs lineup goes beyond the light and lighthearted to encompass the somber and the surreal