Queerly Digital

  • 100 Men: Charting Gay History

    In “100 Men,” his new and unusual documentary, New Zealand filmmaker Paul Oremland, now in his 60s, looks back upon forty years of gay history by interviewing men he's had sex with over the years.

  • Hooked: New Film Shows Plight of Homeless LGBT Youth

    Newly out on DVD, Max Emerson's “Hooked” is a powerful drama about a homeless New York street hustler. The film's world premiere, at Newfest, New York's LGBT film festival, was a benefit for The Ali Forney Center, a homeless shelter and advocacy group for LGBT kids in New York City. Director Emerson promises that 50 percent of the film's profits will be donated to not-for-profit affiliated organizations, including the Forney Center and GLAAD. 

  • Queerly Digital: Lesbian vampires to usher in the Halloween season

     

  • Queerly Digital: LGBT Cinema on DVD/Blu-Ray

    In celebration of its thirtieth anniversary, the classic gay romance "Maurice" comes to DVD/Blu-Ray in a new deluxe, two-disc special edition.

  • Queerly Digital: LGBTQ Cinema on DVD/Blu Ray

  • Queerly Digital: Maurice - Gay Classic Returns In New Special Edition

    In celebration of its thirtieth anniversary, the classic gay romance "Maurice" comes to DVD/Blu-Ray in a new deluxe, two-disc special edition.

  • Queerly Digital: Queer Cinema on DVD/Blu Ray

    Welcome to Queerly Digital, a regular column about LGBTQ cinema on DVD and Blu-ray. The column has been on hiatus for awhile due to some health issues on my end. Nothing life threatening, just some chronic issues which needed to be addressed. I'm now on the mend and the column is back--look for it once a month right here at SFGN.

  • Queerly Digital: Russian Doll

    Lesbian owned Wolfe Video offers this crime thriller which offers a better sub-plot than its main story.Melanie Brockmann Gaffney stars as Viola, a Boston detective still mourning the loss of her wife two years earlier. She and her partner EJ (Sarah Hollis) are trying to find and save the life of Darlene (Aly Trasher), who's been kidnapped after stumbling onto a murder plot involving a play called The Russian Doll which is currently in production--the playwright/star (Peter S. Adams) has lived off the play for decades. Only he's not the playwright--he stole The Russian Doll from its true author, driving the author to commit suicide.

  • Queerly Digital: Sebastian and Don't Call Me Son

    Welcome to Queerly Digital, a regular column about Queer themed films on DVD or Blu Ray.

  • Queerly Digital: The Halloween Horrors Edition

    Welcome to Queerly Digital, a regular column about LGBT cinema available for home viewing. This time we celebrate Halloween with a few scary titles available for your viewing pleasure.