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Crossdressing Latino Singer Chavela Profiled in New Biopic

You may never have heard of Chavela Vargas, but if you see this film you’re unlikely to ever forget her. Born in 1919, Chavela left Costa Rica as a teenager bound for Mexico...

Will Flatliners Pay the Price for Peeking Past Death?

Ellen Page — who rose to fame in the 2007 hit indie film Juno, then went on to host the LGBT-themed TV series Gaycation — is back on the big screen this fall in the highly...

Battle of the Sexes Recreates Riggs/King ’70s Tennis Feud

The director of Little Miss Sunshine tackles one of the most watched televised sports events of all time: 1973’s famed Battle of the Sexes, in which world Billie Jean King...

Handpainted Loving Vincent Is a Film Feast for the Eyes

This visually unique motion picture employs the dreamlike “rotoscope” technique in which animation is traced over live motion picture footage, as seen in some of Richard...

Dreamgirls DVD Packed with Extras Headed to Shelves

Taking the Stage October 10, 2017, Dazzling Blu-ray™ Combo Gift Set and Digital HD Release Include 10 Minutes of Additional Footage, Plus Never-Before-Seen Jennifer Hudson...

Coming Out Again at the Quad: Sheila McLaughlin’s She Must Be Seeing Things

The Quad’s monthly series “Coming Out Again” surveys lesser-known landmarks of LGBTQ film history. Hosted by Nick McCarthy and Co-Presented by NewFest: New...

Asian American International Film Festival

The 40th Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF40), presented by Asian CineVision, announces the schedule of screenings to be held from July 26 to August 5 at Asia...

Nick Jonas Plays Gay MMA Fighter in Kingdom

Kingdom offers plenty of reasons to watch based on its premise alone. Set in the world of Mixed Martial Arts fighting, the series shines a spotlight on the masterfully molded...

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...

Once Again, Shirley MacLaine Gets The Last Word

It seems like — ever since Steel Magnolias — Shirley MacLaine has practically cornered one role: playing rude old ladies who just don’t give a damn....

Frantz Unravels a Mystery Inside a Secret

In the calm after the cruel storm of the first World War, a mysterious Frenchman visits a German town to put flowers on the grave of a soldier named Frantz....

Women on the Verge: Classic Almodovar

The films of Pedro Almodovar tend toward either drama or camp — though even the dramatic ones possess a kiss of campiness, just as the campy ones maintain a good amount of plot...