The LGBT Films of Sundance 2014

Here's What Is LGBT About Sundance This Year

Check out 23 LGBT films that will screen at the Sundance Film Festival.

WATCH: Veronica Mars Trailer Premieres Online

WATCH: Veronica Mars Trailer Premieres Online

The LGBT-friendly cult classic returns to screens in a brand-new feature film.

Gal Gadot Responds to Wonder Woman Criticism

Gal Gadot Responds to Wonder Woman Criticism

The actress addressed the criticism of her appearance she’s received since it was announced she lassoed the role of the iconic female superhero in Batman vs. Superman.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Joins Film Adaptation of LGBT-Inclusive Comic Book

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Joins Film Adaptation of LGBT-Inclusive Comic Book

The Don Jon star tweeted his involvement in an upcoming big-screen adaptation of the popular '90s graphic novel series Sandman, which frequently included LGBT characters.

Queer Fan Art: 'The Hobbit'

Queer Fan Art: The Hobbit

With the Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug opening this weekend, we decided to take a look at some of the fan art from J.R.R. Tolkien’s novels.  From the Hobbit to The Silmarillion to The Lord of the Rings, these beloved characters have sparked an extensive fandom and collection of gay art.

WATCH: Trailer for the Wachowskis' 'Jupiter Ascending' Premieres Online

WATCH: Trailer for the Wachowskis' Jupiter Ascending Premieres Online

Hitting theaters in July, Jupiter Ascending is the next film in transgender director Lana Wachowski's impressive oeuvre and stars Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis.

George Takei Documentary to Premiere at Sundance

George Takei Documentary to Premiere at Sundance

The iconic actor turned LGBT rights activist announced that a new documentary on his life will debut at the popular film festival.

'Kidnapped for Christ' to Premiere at Slamdance

Kidnapped for Christ to Premiere at Slamdance

The documentary portrays abuse of LGBT and other young people at a so-called Christian reform school.

Redbox Picks Up 'Bridegroom' Despite Rule Against Documentaries

Redbox Picks Up Bridegroom Despite Rule Against Documentaries

The president of Redbox announced that all 44,000 of its kiosks will stock gay-themed documentary Bridegroom.

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