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 Review :: Queering The Script

Review :: Queering The Script

By Louise Adams | Aug 18
This documentary talks about the importance of LGBTQ+ television representation, as well as the particularities and power of queer fandom.

 Review :: Burn Down The House

Review :: Burn Down The House

By Louise Adams | Aug 18
Come on, vogue in this queer immigrant French dance documentary.

 Review :: Transfinite

Review :: Transfinite

By Noe Kamelamela | Aug 18
The shorts in "Transfinite" celebrate trans folks as literal magical beings.

 Review :: Gay Chorus Deep South

Review :: Gay Chorus Deep South

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 18
After the 2016 elections, the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus launched its Lavender Pen Tour, bringing a musical message of love and unity to four deeply anti-LGBTQ states. This documentary follows the Chorus on that journey of hope and healing.

'After the Wedding' Was a Family Affair for Julianne Moore

'After the Wedding' Was a Family Affair for Julianne Moore

By Ragan Clark | Aug 17
Julianne Moore is accustomed to working with her husband, director Bart Freundlich, on set, but it was a real family affair when their daughter joined them for their latest collaboration.

 Review :: Blinded by the Light

Review :: Blinded by the Light

By Kevin Taft | Aug 16
The feel-great, dance-in-your-seat movie of the year!

 Review :: Good Boys

Review :: Good Boys

By Greg Vellante | Aug 16
Exploring the middle school experience of three tween boys, "Good Boys" is a hilarious exploration of hormones, romantic confusion, and plenty of unexpected exploits that's lifted by the performances of its three leads.

 Review :: The Front Page

Review :: The Front Page

By Greg Vellante | Aug 15
While being a film that director Billy Wilder wasn't enthusiastic about or pleased with, "The Front Page" is a reimagining of the classic Broadway play that is still worthy of a watch.

 Review :: A Foreign Affair

Review :: A Foreign Affair

By Greg Vellante | Aug 15
"A Foreign Affair" is a film that might be forgotten in director Billy Wilder's oeuvre, but it's definitely worthy of rediscovery. And thanks to this restored Blu-ray from Kino Lorber, now it can.

 Review :: Where'd You Go, Bernadette?

Review :: Where'd You Go, Bernadette?

By Frank J. Avella | Aug 14
Writer-director extraordinaire Richard Linklater is trying to focus a light on why artists do matter in his engrossing and unique new film.

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