Koch Doc Shows a Definitely Brilliant, Supposedly Closeted NYC Mayor

Neil Barsky's documentary is a brilliant portrait of a larger-than-life closeted gay man who ran A

WATCH: Zachary Quinto in Adorable Animal Rescue Film

WATCH: Zachary Quinto in Adorable Animal Rescue Film

The short film "Dog Eat Dog" features the actor, who also found his rescue dog at an animal shelte

Get Ready for the 2013 Toscars!

Get Ready for the 2013 Toscars!

The Sixth Annual Toscars announces the highly anticipated panel of celebrity judges.

Brides of Sodom Star Domiziano Arcangeli Brings Homoeroticism To Horror

Domiziano Arcangeli Makes Horror Hot

He partied with Elizabeth Taylor at 5. He posed semi-nude for Helmut Newton at 12. And he inspired legendary filmmaker Federico Fellini. Oh, and he's made 150 films. What hasn't Domiziano Arcangeli done?

Cloud Atlas Director Lana Wachowski Says Censored Version of Her Movie 'Sucks'

Cloud Atlas Director Says Censored Version of Her Movie 'Sucks'

The movie stars Tom Hanks, Hugh Grant, Halle Berry, Sandra Bullock, and Susan Sarandon in a story that jumps through time — but in China it loses 30 minutes.

Rare Warhol Film at MOMA

Rare Warhol Film at MOMA

San Diego Surf is one of two movies Warhol made in California, and one of the last films made with his direct involvement.

God Loves Uganda Director Outed While Making the Doc

God Loves Uganda Director Outed While Making the Doc

Documentarian Roger Ross Williams says, 'They tried to pray the gay away'

Eytan Fox Makes Us Fall in Love With Yossi Again

Israeli Filmmaker returns to his character from Yossi & Jagger 10 years later.

WATCH: Daniel Radcliffe: Gay Sex Scenes Not 'Shocking'

WATCH: Daniel Radcliffe: Gay Sex Scenes Not 'Shocking'

Radcliffe thinks his gay sex scenes in the Allen Ginsberg biopic Kill Your Darlings are just as unshocking as any straight sex scenes.

Sundance: Director's Debut Explores Lesbian Prostitution

  Concussion, starring Deadwood's Robin Weigert, examines a lesbian's dramatic mid-life reawakening.   

The Gay Jewish French Mailman Who Finds Happiness

In Mikael Buch's 'Let My People Go,' the first-time filmmaker introduces a 'gay Buster Keaton' who

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