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The Bucket List: Enough Adventure to Last a Lifetime

Life is short, but the bucket list is here to help you fill it with priceless memories. Its adventures are geographically organized by latitude — from north to south. Edited by...

Streisand to Speak in Series at Tribeca Film Fest

April 19-30 As in past years, the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival’s impressive lineup of films is reason enough to attend. But the news that really had us clutching our pearls is...

The Lost City of Z: It’s a Jungle out There

Charlie Hunnam — who played a beguiling twink in the original British Queer as Folk and a gruff biker in Sons of Anarchy — here takes on the role of real-life explorer...

Is Tommy’s Honour Par for the Course in Golf Films?

With no disrespect intended, I think it’s fair to say that golf is often quite boring to watch. Films about golf, however, have proven much more interesting (see: The Legend of...

Picturing Bright Colors and Bold Patterns from the Director’s Chair

On the heels of a recent success, Michael Urie talks making the leap from acting to directing. He rose to fame as a performer, but Michael Urie has recently been taking turns in...

There Are No Small Parts, No Small Actors in Colossal

Some indie films rely on big ideas, and the one behind this film is as big as its title might suggest. Colossal is the story of a writer, played by Anne Hathaway, who can’t stop...

It’s a GLAAD, GLAAD, GLAAD, GLAAD World

Since 1985, GLAAD has been an invaluable watchdog for insensitive and unfair media coverage of our community, but the organization also takes time annually to recognize media that...

John O’Hurley Is the Genuine Article at Café Carlyle

I took in a show that has me wondering whether imitation is in fact the most sincere form of flattery. Certain performers present such a unique combination of voice, affect and...

Hallelujah! It’s Time for A Brand New Testament

If you’re looking for high-concept cinema, you’ve come to the right place: in Brand New Testament, God exists. He lives in Belgium. He hangs out in his bathrobe all day...

Hallelujah! It’s Time for a Brand New Testament

If you’re looking for high-concept cinema, you’ve come to the right place: in Brand New Testament, God exists. He lives in Belgium....

Once in the TV Spotlight, HIV Slips into the Shadows

Characters with HIV are disappearing from screens, though their presence is crucial. Oliver Hampton is charting a lonely path. Not only did a potential lover spurn him when he...

T2 Trainspotting Heads down the Tubes Again

It’s not often that we see 20 years go by between the release of an iconic film and its sequel. But that’s exactly the case with Trainspotting — a film that was largely...