A Few Questions for Sundance's New Leader
March 13 2009 12:00 AM ET

A Few Questions for Sundance's New Leader

Kyle Buchanan

Earlier this week John Cooper was chosen to lead one of the country's most prominent film festivals. Cooper tells Advocate.com about his new post.

Why the Long Face?
March 12 2009 12:00 AM ET

Why the Long Face?

Lawrence Ferber

Blinders , a documentary by gay stand-up comedian Donny Moss, explores the dark side of Central Park's iconic horse and carriage businesses.

Little Miss ‘Sunshine’
March 11 2009 12:00 AM ET

Mary Lynn Rajskub: Little Miss Sunshine

Brandon Voss

24 star Mary Lynn Rajskub flirts with Emily Blunt in Sunshine Cleaning and fuels even more lesbian fantasies for her fans.

Daniel Barnz in Wonderland
March 09 2009 12:00 AM ET

Daniel Barnz in Wonderland

Kyle Buchanan

Out filmmaker Daniel Barnz arrives on the scene -- attended by the likes of Felicity Huffman and Patricia Clarkson -- with his first film, Phoebe in Wonderland .

Memorial Pedro Kicks Off Fusion Festival
March 06 2009 1:00 AM ET

Memorial Film Pedro Kicks off Fusion Festival

Kyle Buchanan

Pedro Zemora face a face to the many people with HIV to many young people in the early 1990s. Dustin Lance Black's latest film honors him and kicks off Fusion, a film festival for LGBT people of color in Los Angeles.

Superjunk: Watchmen Goes Full-Frontal
March 06 2009 1:00 AM ET

Superjunk: Watchmen Goes Full-Frontal

Ben Walters

Gay guys who geek out for superheroes are about to get an eyeful. Watchmen director Zach Snyder puts Dr. Manhattan (a buff, CGI'd Billy Crudup) front and center, buck naked for minutes at a time.

Bear in Mind: The Berlin Film Festival 2009
February 26 2009 1:00 AM ET

Bear in Mind: The Berlin Film Festival 2009

Lawrence Ferber

A very adult Rupert Grint, some insightful comments from Dustin Lance Black, and Julie Delpy's blood-soaked lesbian countess drama make for a colorful Berlin Film Festival.

A Win for Lance Black Is a Win for Marriage
February 24 2009 1:00 AM ET

A Win for Lance Black Is a Win for Marriage

Ross von Metzke

With his Oscar night acceptance speech for Milk, Dustin Lance Black didn't just honor the legacy of Harvey Milk. He made him proud, and on the subject of marriage equality, he made it personal.

Here's Lookin' at You, Kidder
February 24 2009 1:00 AM ET

Here's Lookin' at You, Kidder

Harrison Pierce

Since rising to stardom in the '70s, Margot Kidder has left her mark on some of American cinema's most iconic roles. Now making her home in Montana, she returns -- as a lesbian -- in On the Other Hand, Death.

A Strong Statement, For My Wife, Premieres in Los Angeles
February 23 2009 1:00 AM ET

A Strong Statement... For My Wife

Rhiza Dizon

Kate Fleming often dedicated her work to her wife. Last Thursday, however, it was Charlene Strong's turn to pay tribute to her late partner with the premiere of the documentary For My Wife in Los Angeles.

Grabbing for Gold
February 19 2009 1:00 AM ET

Go for the Gold

Regina Marler

Out and proud, Lora Hirschberg is nominated for her first Oscar for sound mixing on The Dark Knight. Her gig at Skywalker Sound allows her to work on projects big ( The Prestige ) and small ( Shortbus ).

Party Before the Storm
February 17 2009 1:00 AM ET

Party Before the Storm

Neal Broverman

Just days before the Oscars, the acclaimed screenwriter of Milk -- Dustin Lance Black -- gets his own golden moment.

You Can’t Get Married When You’re Dead
February 14 2009 1:00 AM ET

You Can't Get Married When You're Dead

Advocate.com Editors

Critics are heralding Milk as an exceptional film. Still, there’s one way in which the film is not exceptional but rather utterly conventional: The gay guy ends up dead.

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