In Matt Wolf's short, sweet film "Bayard and Me," Walter Naegle, a gay man in New York, recalls his relationship with Bayard Rustin (1912-1987). Rustin was the openly gay civil rights leader who worked closely with Dr. Martin Luther King in organizing the March on Washington in 1963. Because of his homosexuality, Rustin has often been left out of history.
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Ben Carson said Sunday Muslims seeking public office must first renounce some central tenets of Islam. Otherwise, Carson said, "Why in fact would you take that chance?"
Marvel had a scene depicting bisexuality from the extended cut of Thor: Ragnarok left on the cutting room floor.
Upcoming film accused of whitewashing history
The world was stunned when mother/daughter movie stars Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher died unexpectedly in late December. Fisher suffered a massive heart attack on December 23 and succumbed four days later. Reynolds passed the following day after a stroke. Some have speculated that Reynolds died of "broken heart syndrome."
In actress Chloë Grace Moretz’s new film, The Miseducation of Cameron Post, the titular female character gets caught having sex with the school prom queen, leading to her right-wing aunt and uncle to send her to a gay conversion therapy camp. The movie won this year’s Sundance Film Festival grand jury prize, PinkNews reports.
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Straight-identifying Darren Criss, 31, who won ‘best actor for limited series or movie’ at this year’s Emmy awards for portraying 27 year old gay serial killer Andrew Cunanan, recently swore off further gay roles in an interview with Bustle magazine.
A 20-year-old young man from the Jersey Shore, Constanti Moraitis, who appeared as Dmitri Kane in gay porn films, apparently took his own life on Sunday evening. The young man had appeared in films for Next Door Casting and Collegedudes.com.
So, you think you know everything there is to know about movie musicals? What self-respecting queen can’t quote every line from “The Sound of Music,” “Mame” or “Funny Girl?” Actually, there are many out there who didn’t inherit this profoundly gay trait, but don’t surrender your “gay cards” yet, because there’s help out there.
Egyptian filmmaker Sam Abbas has recently kick-started a production company named ArabQ Films, where he makes movies with LGBT themes.
Former journalist and documentary filmmaker John Scagliotti has devoted his 40-year career to sharing the history of the LGBTQ community.
BBC America will celebrate National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11 with the U.S. premiere of “Queers,” a day-long festival of eight dramatic monologues exploring the lives of British LGBT people, both past and present.
Director Silvio Nacucchi talks about his strange gay parenting tale
(Mirror) Get out your scorecards because Hollywood awards season is here! GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics has named its nominees for its milestone 10th Dorian Awards for the best in film and television of 2018 and LGBT-themed flicks feature prominently among the nominees.
Once again, the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF), opening Nov. 4, will feature more than 100 screenings, including world, regional and Florida premieres of the best in indie, short and documentary films.
In 2007 John Kapellas, a gay man who lives in San Francisco, was forced to permanently retreat to his apartment after his body began to develop painful rashes whenever he was exposed to natural or artificial light. Kapellas now spends all of his time indoors with a flashlight as his only source of light. It is in this strange dark world that he has built a whole new life for himself.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Catholic University student group postponed a screening of a movie about gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk after school officials raised questions about a flier linking the event to LGBT awareness month.
Max Emerson is a busy guy. The model/writer/director/producer and YouTube personality’s first feature film is premiering in theaters in Los Angeles on June 1 and available on video on demand on June 5.
Sunshine Cathedral, SunServe and Women in Network in support of LGBT filmmaking are partnering with Tabatha Mudra and the filmmakers at 1310 Bandits to kick off Pride month with a screening of the new film “Kali Mah Tina.”