The film Kiki, which showcases New York's ball culture, provides an opportunity to examine the progress of and ongoing prejudices faced by LGBT people of color.
Boys Don't Cry's Kimberly Peirce, The Intervention's Clea DuVall, and other Outfest filmmakers call for more diversity and intersectionality in LGBT storytelling.
A relationship that took on the Supreme Court — and paved the way for same-sex marriage — is the basis of Jeff Nichols's Loving.
LGBT representation at the box office is dismal. To counter this, Outfest's filmmakers share a list of queer movies that can educate, entertain, and inspire Tinseltown's moguls to greenlight more LGBT stories.
The stars, including The Intervention's Clea DuVall, came out to celebrate LGBT films.
Marina Rice Bader, director of the Outfest lesbian feature Ava's Impossible Things, on the importance of female voices in film.
Although filmmakers shot a scene featuring the two male leads embracing passionately, they say preview audiences were befuddled at what was happening on screen.