by Lawrence Ferber 37m ago Jones blazed through the 1980s as a musician, model, actress, and muse, thanks to her visionary style and fierce attitude. Directed by Sophie Fiennes, this documentary tracks the international star from her beginnings to recent eye-popping comeback concerts. (April 13, Kino Lorber) In William Macy’s third directorial offering, Love, Simon’s […]

by Bryan van Gorder 38m ago Amazon has added dozens of LGBT films that screened at Outfest in L.A. to its Prime Video service. The films were published to Prime Video directly by their filmmakers or rights-holders, who will earn royalties based on customer viewing time. Titles include Sinner In Mecca, winner of the 2015 […]

by Lamar Dawson 30m ago 1975’s Grey Gardens introduced us to Little Edie Beale and her mother, Big Edie, two of the staunchest women of the 20th century. Next month, a prequel documentary takes us back to the Beales, three years before Albert Maysles’ camera made them stars. That Summer sees the ladies’ glam cousin, […]

by Christopher Rudolph 47m ago At the opening ceremony for the 2018 season at Dollywood, the queen of country, Dolly Parton, took the stage and talked to the crowd about her upcoming projects—including the movie, Dumplin’, which features RuPaul’s Drag Race resident glamour toad, Ginger Minj. Santiago Felipe/Getty Images Last summer it was announced that […]

by Jeff Taylor 26m ago The first trailer for a controversial film starring Matt Bomer as a transgender sex worker has been released. In Anything, directed by Tim McNeil, Bomer plays Freda Von Rhenburg, a trans woman who befriends lonely widower Early Landry (John Carroll Lynch). The film, premiering in New York and L.A. on […]

by Lamar Dawson 20m ago Riding the wave of Love, Simon’s success—and just in time for Pride—Netflix is premiering its own gay-teen romantic comedy this June. Alex Strangelove tells the story of Alex Truelove (Daniel Doheny), a well-rounded senior with a wonderful girlfriend named Claire (Beach Rats’ Madeline Weinstein), and a bright future ahead of […]

by Lamar Dawson 9m ago Steve Coogan is cowboy-ed up and Paul Rudd bearded in the trailer for Ideal Home, the new romantic comedy from The Craft director Andrew Fleming. Ideal Home/Remstar Studios The film finds celebrity chef Erasmus (Coogan) and husband Paul (Rudd) in a bickering, but loving relationship. Their extravagant life gets turned […]

by Brandon Voss 43m ago What happens when a scream queen is a queen? “Social Justice Strangers,” a new video from LGBT sketch comedy YouTube troupe Enemies of Dorothy, spoofs the recent slasher flick The Strangers: Prey at Night, a sequel to the 2008 horror film The Strangers. In the clip, a home invasion hits […]

by Brandon Voss 6h ago Sir Ian McKellen is the subject of a documentary feature, McKellen: Playing the Part, in theaters this spring. “It used to be that it was my secret—my life, my profession,” McKellen says in a new trailer for filmmaker Joe Stephenson’s authorized doc. “What side of Ian McKellen am I going to […]

by Lawrence Ferber 4/6/2018 After two years of mourning her husband, Mossad agent Naomi (Neta Riskin) is sent back into action to safeguard Mona (Golshifteh Farahani), an informant healing from cosmetic surgery she hopes will let her start a new life. But will either survive the secrets and lies between them? (April 6, Menemsha Films) […]

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