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Fans of slow-paced tension will probably find something to like about 'Clementine,' a new lesbian-themed indie film by writer-director Lara Jean Gallagher.
Dekkoo, the premiere subscription-based streaming service dedicated to gay men, announced its jury-selected winner and audience favorite short films as part of its 'Love & Distance' short film competition.
'Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution' co-directed by Nicole Newnham and James LeBrecht, has been released on Netflix and should be on your must-view quarantine list.
There's little left out of William J. Mann's superb biography of Marlon Brando. In The Contender: The Story of Marlon Brando, Mann gets into the psyche of the late screen icon and lets readers know what made Brando tick.
In another smart move to counter theater closures during the pandemic, Frameline, the producers of the SF International LGBTQ+ Film Festival, announced a four-day virtual mini-festival of film screenings scheduled for June 25 to 28.
Dekkoo, the streaming website for independent LGBT films, is launching a one-week short film challenge, with up to $10,000.00 in prizes.
Amid the pandemic crisis, Frameline wraps up its fundraiser, screens films and documentaries, and announced the hiring of its new Director of Distribution and Educational Programming.
While the new comedy 'Extra Ordinary' is completely irreverent (some of the jokes flirt with tastelessness), the references (including a few to The 'Exorcist' and 'The Conjuring') are thoroughly reverent.
Years after her festival hit 'Saving Face,' writer-director Alice Wu discusses her second movie, 'The Half of It.' A queer 21st-century take on Cyrano de Bergerac, debuting on Netflix on May 1, Wu's teen rom-com introduces a trio of bright young actors.
Stephen Tapert's 'Best Actress: The History of Oscar-Winning Women' (2020, Rutgers University Press, 504 pages) is a coffee table reference book featuring the seventy-five Best Actress Academy Award winners from Janet Gaynor in 1927 to Emma Stone in 2016.
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Netflix's 'Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness,' is the hottest show in America right now. But many other hit shows with LGBT characters (minus the murder, mayhem and well, a bit of madness) are either free online or available on subscription.