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“4th Man Out” is captivating and refreshing

Car mechanic and charming, sensitive soul, Adam (Evan Todd) plans to come out of the closet to his closest friends — three masculine, sport’s...

“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,...

“Throuple” is as beautiful as the Hawaiian scenery

The movie Throuple is set in Hawaii. James (Jordan Turchin) and Lexi (Ingrid Vollset) run away from the mainland, having had an odd career...

Once bitten, twice shy – “Vampires: Lucas Rising” lacks a little...

Writer/Director Jason Davitt has two credits to his name. His 2011 film Vampires: Brighter in Darkness, and this sequel, Vampires: Lucas Rising. Davitt’s passion...

“3 Generations” brings eye-opening conversation starters about gender, beyond the binary

Gaby Dellal and Nikole Beckwith’s film 3 Generations is at the heart of a holy trinity. Before there was the Father, the Son, and the Holy...

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...

“Seed Money” tells the legend of Chuck Holmes at Falcon Studios

His desire was to have “all things male,” and his goal was to represent grandeur in LGBT communities. His vehicle was uninhibited, unfiltered, pornography,...

“Parched” is an unflinching look at dark realities in rural India

DVD cover "Parched" from Wolfe VideoLeena Yadav’s latest film Parched  is an unflinching look at the dark realities and momentary joys of women’s lives in rural North West India. In the opening of the file, Best friends, widowed Rani (Tannishtha Chatterjee) and Lajjo (Radhika Apte) take a bus to negotiate a wife for Rani’s son. This family adheres to the traditional ways.

Garden State Film Festival was all shorts – but long on...

Garden State Film Festival logoThe Garden State Film Festival (GSFF) presented "The Best Of" at the Croft Farm in Cherry Hill on Sunday, October 6th. It included six "shorts" from their much longer film festival.

“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.