The newly-appointed executive director of the nation's most prestigious LGBT film festival (pictured: left) talks to The Advocate about the state of queer film.
The Philadelphia actor and the Kids Are All Right director will headline the LGBT film organization's awards ceremony this fall.
See the list of films honored by this year's jury and audience.
The Advocate asked the filmmakers at Outfest for the LGBT people, events, and stories they would love to capture for the silver screen.
See the highlights of the Los Angeles-based LGBT film festival, which will run July 9-19.
There are 166 films screening at the Los Angeles film festival, as well as a host of star-studded special events.
Outfest announced the centerpiece galas of its 2015 LGBT film festival, which will be kicked off by a documentary on the lesbian comedian.
The L.A.-based nonprofit will present its Trailblazer Award to the Boys Don't Cry actress.
The Grand Jury and audiences recognized the best selections of this year's film festival.
Jason Collins, Dan Bucatinsky, George Takei, and Melissa Goodman examine how the world has changed since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality.