Quiz: How Well Do You Know 'The Birdcage?'

QUIZ: How Well Do You Know The Birdcage?

Test your knowledge of this 1996 comedy classic.

The Importance Of Being Alan

The Importance Of Being Alan

Alan Turing brought the Nazi effort to its knees by deciphering its uncrackable Enigma Machine. The new biopic breaths life into this original gay geek.

Holding Out for a Gay Hero

Holding Out for a Gay Hero

Are we bucking the cinematic miserable-queers trope at last?

Spirit Awards Gives 'Love Is Strange' Four Nods, Including Best Picture

Love Is Strange Nabs Four Spirit Award Nods

The critically acclaimed film about older gay men in New York was one of the standouts in this year's Spirit Award nominations.

Op-ed: How Gay Genius Alan Turing Got Me Through Middle School

Op-ed: Where Are the Gay Scientists?

The LGBT community needs more role models like Alan Turing, says young scientist Jack Andraka.

Smoke Signals Gay Actor Lands New Career-Defining Role

Smoke Signals' Gay Actor Turned Doctor Could Redefine Career

Evan Adams is now chief medical officer of Canada's First Nation's Health Authority, a lifelong dream come true he says.

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.

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