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By Irene Javors
Play The Part: Marlene Dietrich, on view at the International Center of Photography (ICP), is an exhibit that focuses on Dietrich’s evolving public persona as reflected in 250 photographs spanning the years 1905-1978.

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By Allen Ellenzweig
Based on the autobiographical novel Arrête avec tes Mensonges by Phillipe Besson, Lie With Me presents Stéphane Belcourt (Guillaume de Tonquédec), a renowned novelist, returning to his French hometown for the first time in 35 years to be feted by the local gentry.

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By Allen Ellenzweig
Jake is caught between his demanding father’s (Ryan Mah) expectations for a sports-star son and these new sexual feelings bubbling to the surface.

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By Allen Ellenzweig
The eight-episode miniseries Fellow Travelers written by TV and movie writer Ron Nyswaner (Philadelphia; episodes of Ray Donovan and Homeland), examines the attraction between two men employed by powerful U.S. Senators during the 1950s Red Scare.

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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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