WATCH The Tyra Sanchez Documentary Shows Why Fatherhood Is Fabulous
October 01 2012 4:00 AM ET

WATCH: For Drag Dad, Is Fatherhood Fabulous?

Daniel Reynolds

In this exclusive first look at part of a new documentary on Tyra Sanchez, a winner of RuPaul's Drag Race, learn the real story of a struggle to become a good father.

See Your Favorite Stars in Shorts in Theaters Today
September 28 2012 8:06 PM ET

See Your Favorite 'Stars in Shorts' in Theaters Today

Sunnivie Brydum

A spectacular collection of seven star-studded short films from ShortsHD, 'Stars in Shorts' opens in theaters nationwide today.

Twitter Asks MTV Why the Bleep Did You Censor Mean Girls
September 28 2012 3:31 PM ET

Twitter Asks: MTV, Why the [Bleep] Did You Censor 'Mean Girls'?

Lauren Jow

Mean Girls fans were upset that MTV bleeped certain terms in the movie.

Rebel Wilson Is Big Fun in Our Interview
September 28 2012 8:00 AM ET

Rebel Wilson: Big Fun

Jeremy Kinser

The breakout star of Bridesmaids and the thrilling new musical comedy Pitch Perfect discusses beating Adele, belting Gaga, kissing girls, and being hit on by the homeless.

Gay Author Celebrates James Bond Just in Time for Bond Day and Skyfall
September 26 2012 4:00 AM ET

Why Gays Love James Bond

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Author Mark O'Connell thinks gays have plenty of reason to celebrate 007.

Philippines Chooses Indie Film of an Old Gay Man as Oscars Entry
September 21 2012 3:54 PM ET

Indie Film of 75-Year-Old Gay Man Chosen as Philippines' Oscars Entry

Lauren Jow

Rene quietly ponders the solemn night, accompanied by crickets chirping and his dog’s eager barking.

First LGBT Themed 3D Film Makes Festival Premiere
September 20 2012 8:21 PM ET

First LGBT-Themed 3D Film Makes Festival Premiere

Jeremy Kinser

The first-ever LGBT-themed 3D film program launches with the premiere of the short Leviticus 20:13.

WATCH Hugh Jackman Anne Hathaway Discuss Les Mis
September 20 2012 3:08 PM ET

WATCH: Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway Discuss Les Mis

Jeremy Kinser

Hugh Jackman describes singing live in Les Misérables as a daunting but liberating experience in a new extended look at the film adaptation of the popular musical.

WATCH New Documentary Celebrates Being Out in the Open
September 17 2012 12:54 AM ET

WATCH: New Documentary Celebrates Being 'Out in the Open'

Trudy Ring

The film features straight and gay celebrities who talk about accepting themselves and one another.

Four Films That Tackle the Greatest Taboo
September 13 2012 3:30 AM ET

Four Films That Tackle the Greatest Taboo

Diane Anderson-Minshall

Once homosexuality was the love that dared not speak its name, but with Ellen and Anderson on daytime and a dozen LGB (and occasionally T) characters on prime-time TV now, it's time to look at what might replace homosex in cinema's canon of taboo. Namely: consensual incest. With the recent release of the lesbian film Mary Marie, we look at four films that tackle incest and still made it to the screen. Mary Marie (2012): With the ethereal quality of The Virgin Suicides, Mary Marie is a sweet and disarming, dreamlike film in which Mary (Alana Kearns-Green) and her sister Marie (Alexandra Roxo) live in an insular state of perpetual childhood and semi-incestuousness. After their mother dies, the two girls do everything together, including sleeping and bathing, but when a handyman enters their (now adult) lives, the twosome must confront childhood's end or deal with the possibly violent repercussions of a love triangle. The two stars wrote the film, which is lovely and hard to define but a worthy look at extreme codependence.  

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