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By Ken Stuckey

Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog might best be described in paradoxical terms like “languid thriller.” …

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By Richard Schneider

François Ozon’s new film was billed as a “Secret Screening” at the festival, as all information about it was embargoed. We knew only that John Waters described it as “a lu-lu,” and that description seems fair enough. …

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By Sharon Angel

Acceptance and dignity are essential to human living. They are human rights that every living breathing person inherits and deserves. When these freedoms are violated, a person’s identity is invalidated. No individual should have to fight for their survival.

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By Richard Schneider

Described by director Todd Flaherty, who stars in the film, as a labor of love, Chrissy Judy begins like the stereotypical show biz movie in which we watch some performers onstage singing or acting their hearts out—in this case a lip-syncing drag act.

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By Richard Schneider

The “magazine/catalog” started publishing in the mid-1970s at a time when Sears and Macy’s were still airbrushing men’s bulges out of underwear ads. Not so International Male, which began to present men in a whole new way …

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Film Review By Richard Schneider

The protagonist of Lonesome is one of those gay men that you would never pick out of a crowd, a taciturn cowboy from Australia’s cattle country who just happens to fancy the dudes.

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The brief saga of Madison Cawthorn has come to an end (for now) with his defeat in the Pennsylvania primary. His meteoric rise to the U.S. Congress made him…More

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By Allen Ellenzweig

If not a rousing paean to the doughboys of the Somme or the gay poets who loved them, Benediction has a steady, stately tempo, several sharply etched performances, and a visual richness to counter the mournful nostalgia it imparts.

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By Adam Odsess-Rubin

With the recent success of openly queer actors like Michaela Jaé Rodriguez (formerly MJ Rodriguez), Elliot Page, Billy Porter, Kirsten Stewart, and Ariana DeBose, now is the time to evolve our standards for representation on stage and screen.

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