Director So Yong Kim's indie feature stars Riley Keough and Jena Malone as women whose abiding love blurs the lines of friendship. And it's both timeless and very much of the moment.
Don't miss the diverse and dynamic selection of the Outfest Fusion LGBT People of Color Film Festival.
The vision of Martin Luther King Jr. is progressing as we stand up for our rights, says filmmaker and minister Gil Caldwell.
"I could tell from TV and movies and school discussions that I wasn't the only gay in the world."
The black and gay writer died 30 years ago. But a new documentary, I Am Not Your Negro, gifts his words on race and rebellion to a new generation of Americans.
Many of the winners and presenters spoke out against President Trump's Muslim ban.
Mahershala Ali's acceptance speech at the Screen Actors Guild Awards was a tearful response to Trump's immigration ban.