Why the Best New Film About Lesbians Can't Quite be Called a Lesbian Film

The Best New Film About Lesbians Isn't a Lesbian Film

There’s a message in Life Partners, a movie about young women’s relationships. But not hearing the message loud and clear may be the whole point.

Hot Sheet: November 21, 2014

Hot Sheet: If That Mockingjay Don't Sing...

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Cher, Wonder Woman, Alvin Ailey, Mary J. Blige, and the penultimate chapter of the Hunger Games saga, Mockingjay — Part 1.

Mike Nichols, Director of 'Birdcage' and 'Angels,' Dead at 83

Mike Nichols, Director of Birdcage and Angels, Dead at 83

The respected director's work included some gay-themed and gay-beloved projects.

WATCH: 6 Unforgettable Mike Nichols Films

Our 6 Favorite Mike Nichols Films

On hearing about Mike Nichols's passing, we remembered his most iconic, campy, and deeply moving films that seemed to speak specifically to us.

I'm on My Way

I'm on My Way

Selma's scenes of struggle and violence in the 1960s conjure contemporary comparisons for out actor Colman Domingo.

Hot Sheet: November 14, 2014

Hot Sheet: Of Bats and Boys

Our top 10 arts and entertainment highlights this week include Jennifer Hudson, Aaliyah, Channing Tatum, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, and those campy adventures of Batman in the '60s.

How Foxcatcher Promotes Gay Pathology

Bennett Miller’s films depict gayness as part of a character’s perverse idiosyncrasy, like Philip Seymour Hoffman’s stunt performance in the 2004 Capote.

The Backstory on 'Pride'

The Backstory on Pride

Jonathan Blake was one of the members of the group Lesbians and Gays Support Miners, and its story inspired the wonderful movie Pride by Matthew Warchus.

Op-ed: 'Big Gay Love' Advice for Asians in America

Op-ed: 'Big Gay Love' Advice for Asians in America

The director of Big Gay Love shares the struggles of being an Asian man in the American gay community.

Brazilian Film Is Trailblazing Look at Gay Youth

The Way He Looks represents the birth of gay self-acceptance on the mainstream screen.

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