Adam Rippon sitcom skates over to NBC

Deep Inside Hollywood   Fried Green Tomatoes, but with lesbians–and Reba–this time? In the early '90s, when Fannie Flagg's novel, Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop...

Follow the “transition” in the documentary “Finding Kim”

Aaron Bear and Gabriel Bienczycki's newly released documentary Finding Kim gives voice to a transman's journey to become the man on the outside he...

New film “Ahead of the Curve” is an LGBTQ history time...

Film review of Ahead of the Curve Franco Stevens changed the world for Lesbians in the early 1990s in ways that people born into a...

“You’re Killing Me”— a curious blend of comedy, horror, and romance

Joe is new to the Echo Park gay scene — and is as clueless as he is cute. We meet him on game night,...

‘Dick Doc Deux,’ “Johnsons” is the follow-up to “All Male, All...

There are real people with real lives inside those hot bodies You pretty much know what to expect from a movie called All Male, All...

“The Lavender Scare” is a top quality documentary

Film review of The Lavender Scare Josh Howard’s 77-minute documentary The Lavender Scare is the context and lesson that was omitted from both my English...

Feature film plumbs the early days of Robert Mapplethorpe

Mapplethorpe, The Director's Cut is a must see Mapplethorpe. It is a name that evokes a host of images, thoughts, memories from his luminous portraits,...

Hey there heterosexuals, what if the tables were turned?

What if, for a moment, conservative worldview was suddenly infiltrated by the idea that heterosexuality was sinful, and that homosexuality was the only God...

The unmatched mesh in “Papi Chulo”

Reflections on class, ethnicity, and companionship add depth to this film From the beginning of Papi Chulo, the protagonist, Sean, is a sympathetic character. When...

“Out of Iraq:” Puts LGBT Pride in its proper context

 

Logo’s release of its documentary film “Out of Iraq” puts the true purpose of protest marches and pride celebrations in their proper context. Academy Award winning director Eva Orner takes us into the heart of Iraq to the complicated life of Nayyef, an artist and a trained interpreter who is gay. How do you come out in a culture that not only doesn’t support you, they would kill you if you acted on your authentic self. Logo is now beginning the second year of their Global Ally campaign that brings to light the stories of activists around the world and highlights how it truly takes courage to live your life as you were intended.