Flesh Wounds
October 28 2009 12:20 PM ET

Trudy Ring

Gay director Anthony Fabian finds parallels to the gay experience in his new film Skin, the true story of South African Sandra Laing, a black woman born in the 1950s to white Afrikaners who were unaware of their black ancestry.

Little Man, Big Buffet
October 17 2009 5:25 PM ET

Leslie Jordan: Little Man, Big Buffet

Brandon Voss

The Will & Grace scene-stealer serves up wit, warmth, and wisdom in Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat.

These Precious Things
October 08 2009 9:00 AM ET

Lisa Kennedy

Precious director Lee Daniels mines the shadows for cinematic gems in his second directorial effort, and even Oprah Winfrey is a fan.

Talkin' Celluloid With Alan Poul
September 29 2009 1:50 PM ET

Neal Broverman

As he prepares to collect a prestigious award, Six Feet Under producer Alan Poul talks about the films that resonated with him as a kid -- including a Fire Island sex romp with Barbara Hershey.

Cumming and Going
September 28 2009 12:30 PM ET

Cumming and Going

Advocate.com Editors

What would be surprising about the peripatetic Alan Cumming catching a cab in New York City as our interview about his CD and show of the same name -- I Bought a Blue Car Today -- is about to start? “I have this crazy shirt on,” he says, as he provides the cabbie with the desired destination -- “the Century Club on 43rd” -- and asks Brian, his assistant, to (what else?) assist with the cuffs of the shirt. “I have one hand on the phone so it’s hard to do my sleeve. It looks like the shirt has cuff links, but it doesn’t.” He tells Brian, “No, the other way.”Of Cumming’s newish show, The New York Times raved that the multidisciplined artist “exudes the fabulousness of a brash showbiz kid.” It is only the most recent credit on a résumé that traverses from major motion pictures to edgy indie with the rambunctiousness of a cab ride in midtown Manhattan.Advocate.com: Tell us about I Brought a Blue Car Today.Alan Cumming: It tells the story about me coming to America. I’ve chosen songs because I want to act them and they illustrate the points of what I’m talking about, connecting with the audience in a way that I haven’t before. It’s very personal; the songs are chosen so that you think they are me even though I only wrote one of them. The audience can easily imagine that the songs have something to do with my life.Did the live show evolve out of the CD?I use a voice that is mine; I don’t have a character to hide behind. I try to infuse the songs with myself. When playing a character, I’m doing what the character is doing. This is my own voice.Do you anticipate a difference between East and West Coast sensibility?I’ve done the show in New York, Sydney, London. Wherever you go in the world, people are different. The show is very old-fashioned. I sing some songs and tell some stories. People get my jokes. The show is an extension of me as a person; an extension of what the public knows of me. So if you don’t like me, you’re gonna hate me.[Cumming’s voice is abruptly gone. We’ve lost our connection. Maybe it’s the fault of the shirt machinations. Or simply a New York traffic disconnect. After a few minutes, we reconnect.]

Black and Blue
September 26 2009 7:20 AM ET

Karen Black: Black and Blue

Jeremy Kinser

Now starring in The Blue Tooth Virgin, the legendary actress chats with Advocate.com.

David Millbern, Among Friends
September 25 2009 5:00 PM ET

David Millbern, Among Friends

Duane Wells

David Millbern gets bad -- really bad -- in Death Among Friends, but what he most enjoyed about the film was telling an authentic story of LGBT people.

Fame Game
September 24 2009 3:20 PM ET

Lesley Goldberg

Remember her name! Bebe Neuwirth talks about her role in the big-screen remake of the 1980 classic, the upcoming stage musical The Addams Family, and the allure of Kirstie Alley.

Twin Town
September 16 2009 2:10 PM ET

Lawrence Ferber

Director Pascal-Alex Vincent follows handsome twins across the French countryside as they explore their sexuality in the thriller Give Me Your Hand.

Divine Inspiration
September 16 2009 6:00 AM ET

Fred M. Caruso: Divine Inspiration

Brandon Voss

When it came to casting his religion-themed film The Big Gay Musical, Fred M. Caruso handed down two top commandments: "Thou shalt be hot" and "Thou shalt be out."

Strange Days
August 25 2009 9:55 PM ET

Tony Marco

Spike Lee, Stew, and company roll out the film version of the Tony-winning, très gay Broadway musical Passing Strange.  

Strange Days
August 25 2009 9:55 PM ET

Tony Marco

Spike Lee, Stew, and company roll out the film version of the Tony-winning, très gay Broadway musical Passing Strange.  

LaBruce Takes on Zombie Porn
August 16 2009 11:00 PM ET

LaBruce Takes on Zombie Porn

Corey Scholibo

Bruce LaBruce has long blurred the boundaries between art-house and porn films, but his latest project, L.A. Zombie, is in fact a porn flick -- with a message. Check out photos from our day on the set.