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Watch: Mark Ronson Says He Identifies as Sapiosexual

Kristin Chenoweth on her New Album — It's One 'For the Girls'

By Sam Cronin |
On a segment with "Good Morning Britain," Grammy Award-winning producer Mark Ronson revealed that he identifies as "sapiosexual."

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 Review :: Echo In The Canyon

Review :: Echo In The Canyon

By Rob Lester | Sep 19
In significant and touching ways, we witness tale-telling and torch-passing as one generation of musicians informs the next, sharing memories.

 Review :: The Garden Left Behind

Review :: The Garden Left Behind

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 19
The mesmerizing journey of an undocumented trans girl in NY is the subject of this excellent movie produced by, and starring, over 50 members of the trans community.

Brad Pitt and James Gray Take a Giant Leap with 'Ad Astra'

Brad Pitt and James Gray Take a Giant Leap with 'Ad Astra'

By Lindsey Bahr | Sep 18
Brad Pitt made the first move with James Gray.

Watch: 'Carol' Director Todd Haynes' New Film 'Dark Waters' Gets Trailer

Watch: 'Carol' Director Todd Haynes' New Film 'Dark Waters' Gets Trailer

Sep 18
Out filmmaker Todd Haynes is back with a new movie, the "Erin Brockovich"-ish thriller "Dark Waters," starring Mark Ruffalo and Anne Hathaway, which got its first trailer.

LGBTQ Film Fest Newfest Reveals Opening, Closing, and U.S. Centerpiece Selections

LGBTQ Film Fest Newfest Reveals Opening, Closing, and U.S. Centerpiece Selections

By EDGE | Sep 18
NewFest, one of the world's most venerable and respected LGBTQ film festivals, has announced that they will kick off the festival's 31st edition with the New York premiere of Mike Doyle's Manhattan-set ensemble rom-com SELL BY.

 Review :: Chained for Life

Review :: Chained for Life

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 18
This provocative film is also a film-within-a-film that seems to blur the lines of what's going on in the lives of the actors filming the film while they're filming the film.

 Review :: An Almost Ordinary Summer

Review :: An Almost Ordinary Summer

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 18
It's a joyous film that is like a breath of fresh air, and that deals with a same-sex marriage without resorting to heaviness or lapsing into cliched scenarios.

 Review :: Darkroom - Drops Of Death

Review :: Darkroom - Drops Of Death

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 18
The veteran filmmaker Rosa von Praunheim dramatizes the true story of a German gay serial killer.

 Review :: All Male, All Nude: Johnsons

Review :: All Male, All Nude: Johnsons

By Padraic Maroney | Sep 18
Hollywood portrayals of male strippers don't always depict real life, which is where filmmaker Gerald McCullouch comes in. He is back, shining a spotlight on some of South Florida's best male exotic dancers.

 Review :: The Archivettes

Review :: The Archivettes

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 18
This documentary about The Lesbian Herstory Archives in New York details the archives' founding, its endurance through nearly half a century, and its successful mission to preserve lesbian history from a society determined to erase it.

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