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This Is What It’s Really Like to Be a Working Actor

When Metrosource said I could invite any famous writer I wanted to interview me about my new book, Working Actor, the choice was obvious: I asked myself. Your Biggest Fan What an...

Gay USA at the Quad Cinema

Filmed in a single day on June 26, 1977 in multiple locations throughout the country, this tremendous time capsule captures a variety of pride parades across the landscape of...

Queer|Art|Film screening of “Death Becomes Her”

Queer|Art, New York City’s home for the creative and professional development of LGBTQ+ artists, is pleased to continue the Summer 2019 season of Queer|Art|Film at IFC...

NYC World Pride Benefit Screening of “Stonewall”

NYC World Pride Benefit Screening of Stonewall New York, NY, May 29, 2019. – Research Foundation to Cure AIDS (RFTCA) will present a benefit screening of the 1995 film...

This Is How Queer | Art | Film Celebrates Great LGBTQ Movies

Looking for a place to watch films, have meaningful discussions, and celebrate Pride? Look no further than Queer|Art. Queer|Art is New York City’s home for the creative and...

Open My Eyes: Film Premier and Q&A Event with Doctors Without Borders

Join Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) for the world premiere screening of “Open My Eyes.” In this intimate short documentary produced by MSF,...

See Genius on Display in “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote”

Terry Gilliam went from Monty Python member to maker of such wonderfully weird films as Brazil and The Fisher King. Gilliam has been famously trying to make a film about Don...

Did These Big Screen Latin Lovers Secretly Love Men?

Hollywood’s original Latin lovers influenced decades of filmmaking. Perhaps it’s no coincidence that some of the best known may have been LGBTQ. Tall, Dark and...

These Are the Best Spring 2019 Art Films You Must See

For those whom the blockbuster doesn’t pass muster, check out our wined and refined spring movie recommendations. Charlie Says The title of Charlie Says is more ominous than...

Do You Know the Late Gay Lyricist Behind “Aladdin”?

Lyricist Howard Ashman is the unsung hero who helped create the contemporary Disney musical. He was also gay and died of AIDS at 40. Most of his many awards and nominations? They...

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...