Writer-producers Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana talk about creating a masterpiece, being robbed of that Best Picture Oscar, and why Hollywood is still afraid of gay-themed films.
Gay journalist Glenn Greenwald called Neil Patrick Harris's quip about Edward Snowden "stupid and irresponsible."
Screenwriter Graham Moore honored Alan Turing in his acceptance speech for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Imitation Game.
Furious over queer villains in The Silence of the Lambs, JFK, and Basic Instinct, activists clashed with police at the 1992 Academy Awards. Has representation changed enough since?
Gaying the Oscars.
Craig Zadan and Neil Meron talk about producing the Oscars for the third consecutive year, making LGBT history again, and bringing entertainment back to the Academy Awards.