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Film: Little Cinema Presents Labyrinth

Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd Floor Little Cinema presents an immersive screening of Labyrinth (Jim Henson, 1986, 101 min.), starring David Bowie as Jareth, the Goblin...

Out Cinema

NYC Pride is thrilled to bring back OutCinema in partnership with NewFest and the SVA Theatre, in a three-day format to celebrate LGBTQIA+ pride and community on film. Featuring...

What Could Be in the Call Me By Your Name Sequel?

Based on the parts of André Aciman’s book that didn’t make it to the screen, we ask: What would a Call Me by Your Name sequel look like anyway? SPOILER ALERT: The following...

Queer|Art announces special summer 2018 season of Queer|Art|Film at IFC Center

Queer|Art Announces Special Summer 2018 Season of Queer|Art|Film at IFC Center “Black Summer Nights 2: Summer in the City” Guest Curated by Pamela Sneed and Stephen Winter...

Where No Band Has Gone Before: Zachary Quinto Leads The Boys to Broadway

Although he wasn’t even born when Boys in the Band was first staged 50 years ago, this touchstone of gay culture still resonates for Zachary Quinto — as an actor and...

The Chelsea Girls Exploded @ MoMa

“Chelsea Girls was the movie that made everyone sit up and notice what we were doing in films (and a lot of times that meant sit up, stand up, and walk out). Until then the...

Love It or Not, Juliette Makes Let the Sunshine In Worth Watching

Audiences are in for A jaded and very French look at love and sex as one Parisian artist twirls through a series of unsatisfactory relationships in short order. It may not sound...

Jewish Orthodoxy Collides with Passion in the Steamy Disobedience

Disobedience is A cinematic peek into the rigid and yet fascinating world of orthodox Judaism — a world that may seem hopeless for those who are gay and wish to live openly....

Kagi (Odd Obsession) 1959

Kagi (Odd Obsession). 1959. Japan. Directed by Kon Ichikawa. Screenplay by Ichikawa, Keiji Hasebe, Natto Wada. With Machiko Kyo, Junko Kano, Tatsuya Nakadai. In Japanese; English...

At the Movies | Fractured Land

At the Movies | Fractured Land Earth Day Weekend Saturday, April 21, 2–4 p.m. Free Admission; Open Seating National Museum of the American Indian One Bowling Green, New York, NY...

Cine Arte

LA is no stranger to film festivals with an LGBT bent, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that it’s time for the fourth annual Cine Arte, a Latinx queer film and art festival....

Chavela Screening at the Brooklyn Museum

Thursday, April 19, 2018 Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Auditorium, 3rd Floor In honor of Chavela Vargas’s birthday and Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985, we’re...