“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,...

“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...

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.

Bad night out visiting “Bathroom Stalls and Parking Lots”

"Sometimes we have so many options we forget how good it feels to have only one." Guys just want to have fun, or do they?...

Jamie Lee Curtis still kills

Jamie Lee Curtis on LGBTQ compassion, why she became an ally, and the true gay icon in Knives Out Thirteen minutes with Jamie Lee Curtis...

Teaneck International Film Festival includes LGBTQ themes

LGBTQ films will be available to virtual viewers in late November TIFF 15th Anniversary includes two films with LGBTQ themes. The first, TuMe Manques, a...

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...

“House of Cardin”: The house that roared

House of Cardin is a unique documentary about the man, fashion and business Pierre Cardin. You likely know the brand, but do you know the...

A moving film about autism that should appeal to all audiences

Review of When Time Got Louder Using her personal experiences with autism, Connie Cocchia has made a very engaging film about autism that also intersects...

‘Art is the only lie that tells the truth,’ and it...

Tu Me Manques as a play transformed Bolivia's perception of gay people Even after tracking down the director of Tu Me Manques in the middle...