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Sixty-three years ago, Christine Jorgensen introduced herself to the world. The front page of the New York Daily News shouted “Ex-GI Becomes Blonde Beauty” as...
Desert Migration's Daniel Cardone on PrEP, coming out positive, and taking life with HIV one day at a time
"A new urban concept," Landmark's Atlantic Plumbing Cinema is a combination intimate movie house and hip bar
According to Andy Scahill, gays have a special dark place in the horror canon
Fall really only means one thing in the cinematic world: it’s Oscar season. Studios will rub shoulders as they desperately cram the schedule with movies...
Now in its 12th year, the DC Shorts Film Festival continues to expand
A look at all the films playing in the upcoming Reel Affirmations LGBT film festival.
A longtime volunteer with Reel Affirmations, Kimberley Bush is helping revive D.C.'s once mighty LGBT film festival
Two online petitions call for boycott of the film about the Stonewall riots that sparked the gay liberation movement
Michael Lumpkin, head of AFI Docs, explains why LGBT Documentaries are still important
Jurassic World makes for an honest, if exhausting, two hours of dino-on-dino action
POLTERGEIST The remake of the ’80s horror flick pits a family against spirits who invade their home and kidnap their daughter. If anyone can outdo...
It’s almost popcorn season, folks. While winter months are mainly reserved for Oscar contenders and whatever awful holiday film Tyler Perry has made, summer instead...
Christopher Nolan’s sweeping epic is bold, super-sized, and demands to be watched on the biggest screen possible
It’s fall again, and that can only mean one thing: It’s Oscar-baiting season. Yes, in the run-up to the 2015 Academy Awards, get ready for...