Arts & Entertainment
In the Arts & Entertainment section, The Advocate brings readers all the latest news on Hollywood, Broadway, and beyond. From New York to Los Angeles, The Advocate shines a spotlight on the stars of the screen who are lending their voices to support the LGBT community, as well as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals who are moving the cultural needle. Discover A-list interviews, the best gay movies and reviews of theater, music, books and television. Learn how Arts & Entertainment can shape national dialogue and can work to advance equality.
January 28 2006 1:00 AM ET

U.S. troops in Europe won't get chance to see Brokeback Mountain

Matthew Van Atta

The gay love story won't screen in U.S. military theaters because of timing, not subject matter, says Stars and Stripes.

January 28 2006 1:00 AM ET

POWER UP branches out into feature filmmaking

Matthew Van Atta

Entertainment News 2006-01-28 POWER UP branches out into feature filmmaking Lesbian film group POWER UP will produce its first feature film, the feminist comedy The Itty Bitty Titty Committ

Carnal knowledge
January 27 2006 1:00 AM ET

Carnal knowledge

Neal Broverman

In his new book, Cruise Control: Understanding Sex Addiction in Gay Men, psychotherapist Robert Weiss, MSW, explores why such a disproportionately high number of gay men engage in sexually compulsive behavior and how they can be helped.

January 27 2006 1:00 AM ET

Christian protests hurt Jerry Springer opera in U.K.

Matthew Van Atta

Entertainment News 2006-01-27 Christian protests hurt Jerry Springer opera in U.K. There is such a thing as bad publicity after all. Creators of Jerry Springer—The Opera , the musical that

January 27 2006 1:00 AM ET

2006 Stonewall Book Award winners announced

Matthew Van Atta

Entertainment News 2006-01-27 2006 Stonewall Book Award winners announced The American Library Association on Sunday announced the winners of the 2006 Stonewall Book Awards. Each year the ALA bestows o

January 27 2006 1:00 AM ET

Brokeback Mountain too taboo for China?

Matthew Van Atta

Though Brokeback Mountain director Ang Lee hails from Taiwan, his film is unlikely to screen in mainland China.

January 27 2006 1:00 AM ET

Queer-themed movie gets most nominations at Canadian film awards

Matthew Van Atta

Entertainment News 2006-01-27 Queer-themed movie gets most nominations at Canadian film awards Jean-Marc Vallée’s C.R.A.Z.Y. , a French-language drama focusing on the troubled relationship

January 26 2006 1:00 AM ET

NBC closes The Book of Daniel

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Entertainment News 2006-01-26 NBC closes The Book of Daniel A new television show about a pill-popping priest who talks to Jesus has been pulled from the NBC schedule for igniting little fai

January 26 2006 1:00 AM ET

Richard Hatch found guilty of not paying taxes

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Entertainment News 2006-01-26 Richard Hatch found guilty of not paying taxes Richard Hatch, who won $1 million in the first season of television's Survivor , was found guilty Wednesd

January 26 2006 1:00 AM ET

Gay music finds a home at AOL

Mike Grippi

Entertainment News 2006-01-26 Gay music finds a home at AOL AOL Music has launched a site called "G-Sides, Music for the GLBT Community," which it says features "the gay and lesbian artist

January 26 2006 1:00 AM ET

Miramax acquires The Night Listener at Sundance

Mike Grippi

Entertainment News 2006-01-26 Miramax acquires The Night Listener at Sundance Miramax Films is paying $3 million for North American rights to The Night Listener , a mystery thrille

January 26 2006 1:00 AM ET

Comedian Ant gets Logo reality series

Mike Grippi

Series will follow Ant as he crisscrosses America looking for signs of gay life in small towns and rural areas.

January 25 2006 1:00 AM ET

Hollywood director helps save gay and lesbian films

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Roland Emmerich has pledged $150,000 to help support gay and lesbian film preservation through Outfest.

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