New York's premier LGBT film festival showcases a diverse and compelling collection of narratives, documentaries, shorts, and parties.
The politically charged film, which centers on a gay black college student, is scheduled for release October 17.
Quentin Lee will direct Mindy Cohn and Tamlyn Tomita in a film based on the book about kids trying to get their moms married before Prop. 8 passed.
Filmmaker Terence Davies’ longing and sublime look back at his youth, now on Criterion.
Do kids’ movies like Frozen and The Boxtrolls push the “gay agenda?” I certainly hope so.
The Grand Jury and audiences recognized the best selections of this year's film festival.