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“Deep In Vogue”: This Is Full British Ballroom Immersion

Two decades after Madonna’s “Vogue” blew the doors off ballroom, the scene is hotter than ever. Now a pair of British filmmakers are touring art houses and...

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...

Lady Bunny Takes You Behind the Scenes of HBO’s New Doc, “Wig”

HBO is premiering a new doc about the resurrection of Wigstock tonight at 10 pm, just in time for WorldPride next week. In it, you’ll not only see the beginnings of...

What It’s Like When a Gay Boy Comes Out to His Straight Best Friend

Young Lawrence figures out how to show his true self to his straight best friend – with a little help from Harvey Fierstein. Kevin Was “That Guy” For the...

Meet the Director Who Made “Rocketman” Soar

When director Bryan Singer was fired from the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, studio execs turned to Dexter Fletcher to finish the film, which went on to win a Best Actor Oscar...

“Rocketman”: A Feast for the Eyes and Ears — with Gay Sex

For months, there were reports that studio execs wanted to tone down the gay sex in the Elton John biopic, Rocketman. They lost, and that’s at least one of the elements that...

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...

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...

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...

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...

“Rocketman” Star Taron Egerton Says He’s Playing His Hero: Elton John

Taron Egerton — the star of this summer’s Elton John biopic, Rocketman — wants to make two things clear: First, he’s over the moon about the picture. Second,...