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Twitter Lost Its Mind Over “Fosse/Verdon” Episode 6 “All I Care about Is Love”

Bob went to the hospital and back to his childhood. Gwen smuggled girls to him (and got him his own damn room). And Chita got ready to serve “All that Jazz.” How did Twitter...

Here Are 12 Wicked Mothers that We Love to Hate

Is it better to have a bad mother or no mother at all? The jury is still out. But when it comes to entertainment, bad mothers can be a blast. So – in honor of Mother’s...

A Behind-The-Scenes Look at the World of Show Business

David Dean Bottrell offers a behind-the-scenes look at the world of show business — with a little help from Irving Berlin. Like No Business I Know… Iconic American...

Tribeca Celebrates Pride

Join LGBTQ+ luminaries Neil Patrick Harris, John Cameron Mitchell, Larry Kramer, Asia Kate Dillon and more at a special day-long festival celebrating queer artists, with the world...

These Are the 10 Best Lesbian Films of All Time

Marlene Dietrich in tux and tails truly surprised unsuspecting audiences with the first on-screen lesbian kiss in Morocco in 1930. And Queen Christina (1933) starring Greta Garbo...

Cinema’s “El Angel”: Argentina’s Anti-Hero You Can’t Help But Love

One of the more original and etherial character portraits you’re likely to see this year, El Angel tells the short, violent and liberating story of Carlitos, a 17-year-old in...

New Documentary on “The Advocate” Magazine is Up for an Emmy Award

A documentary about The Advocate will compete next month for Outstanding Special Class Special at the Daytime Emmy Awards. The magazine has chronicled the LGBTQ struggle for...

10 Reasons You Must Hear Jane Curtin Read “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

If you enjoyed recent Melissa McCarthy-starring Oscar-contender Can You Ever Forgive Me?, should you listen to the audiobook of the memoir that inspired it? In a word: yes....

Untitled Queen presents “To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar”

Untitled Queen presents To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar (Beeban Kidron, 1995) New York City drag divas Noxeema, Vida, and Chi Chi (played by Wesley Snipes,...

Lucas Hedges Hopes “Boy Erased” Will Save Somebody from Conversion Therapy

Lucas Hedges reflects on the cultural impact of Boy Erased, and shares his hope that it will reach a parent who might have subjected their child to conversion therapy. A Film Made...

Feminist Film Night

Close out Women’s History Month with an evening of new short films. These boundary-pushing Brooklyn filmmakers decenter the male gaze to explore themes of self-representation...

Spring Movie Recommendations for LGBTQ Tastes

One teenager turns against another after a fleeting homosexual encounter; a great author revels in her lost-to-history lesbian romance; and a hustler lavishes affection on others...