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By Allen Ellenzweig
Bening’s Nyad gives us a take-no-prisoners portrayal of a fiercely independent woman who may still harbor hopes of lesbian romance…

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By Allen Ellenzweig
The 35th Annual New York LGBTQ+ Film Festival—better known as NEWFEST—ran this year from October 12-24. Over 120 films were presented, including features, shorts, and documentaries, in several venues in Manhattan and Brooklyn, as well as select streaming services.

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By Richard D. Mohr
In what turned out to be a rollicking interview on the podcast Wrote about my new book, The Splendid Disarray of Beauty, I spoke about two of the most interesting and admirable gay men most people have probably never heard of until now: George Dennison (1873-1966) and Frank Ingerson (1879-1968)…

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By Phil Gambone
Deftly-plotted, Countries of Origin is an impressive debut novel. It features a varied, and sharply-drawn, cast of characters. Fuentes’ prose is genial and engaging.

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By Richard Schneider
Some citizens of Palm Springs, CA, are fighting a proposed sculpture that’s part of an AIDS memorial and that may or may not look like a human anus.

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By Richard Schneider
Let’s say you’re a conservative activist whose idée fixe it is to fight “transgenderism” in public schools, and you want to do something truly gonzo to make your point and get people fired up.

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By Steve Warren
As inspiring as it is informative, Mama’s Boy, streaming now on Max, made me cry more tears—happy and sad—than any film in years.

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By Steve Warren
The six characters and the actors who play them are humanized to some extent, but there’s too little time to get to know them. Still, if Framing Agnes weren’t so good, I would not be left wanting more.

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By Martha K. Davis
This year, the 40th anniversary of the appearance of DTWOF, another incarnation of Bechdel’s work is available on Audible: a ten-episode podcast series based on early episodes of the comic strip.

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By Cassandra Langer
Danish filmmaker Magnus Gertten’s documentary Nelly & Nadine tells the incredible story of two women who fell in love in Ravensbrück on Christmas Eve, 1944.

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