Bruce LaBruce, the art film provocateur director of Hustler White and Otto; or, Up with Dead People, explains why being censored isn’t the worst thing for a filmmaker.
Out actors, horny extras, and dirty jocks keep the fur flying as Advocate.com visits the set of Outfest selection BearCity, a romantic comedy set in the bear scene, on the last day of filming in New York City.
Actor Nicholas Downs and writer-director J.C. Calciano putting a new spin on the gay romantic comedy in the Outfest selection Is It Just Me?
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has kissed dudes, done drag, supported gay marriage, and made plans to sing on Broadway, but the Inception star doesn’t care if the press thinks he’s gay.
Director David Sigal serves up a starry, spicy slice of New York’s LGBT history in his Outfest selection Florent: Queen of the Meat Market.
The Facts of Life’s Mindy Cohn takes the good and takes the bad as “the oldest living fag hag” in the outrageous Outfest selection Violet Tendencies.
The accomplished artist who inspired A Single Man discusses Tom Ford’s film version of the classic novel, his prolific painting career, and why Liza Minnelli was miscast as Sally Bowles.
In I Am Love, her first film as a credited producer, Oscar-winner Tilda Swinton stars as a wealthy housewife blindsided by a passion that threatens to destroy her carefully cultivated existence.
With a new documentary in theaters and a summer of stand-up dates, septuagenarian comic Joan Rivers explains why AIDS jokes are funny and why gay celebrities should only come out for publicity.
Award-winning filmmaker Reed Cowan discusses his personal struggle and the true stories that shaped his new documentary, 8: The Mormon Proposition.
With husband and filmmaking partner David Heilbroner, celebrated documentarian Kate Davis tackles the ugly truth about the Stonewall riots in Stonewall Uprising. Why? Just ask her ex-girlfriend.
Stars of yesterday (Bo Derek, Suzanne Somers), today (Gabourey Sidibe, Noah Mills) and always (Liza Minnelli, Johnny Weir) align at the premiere of Sex and the City 2.
Michael Patrick King, writer, director, and producer of Sex and the City 2, lifts the veil on his Middle Eastern-flavored sequel, his TV comeback, and his very own Mr. Big.
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