For years, the only time you could see LGBT people in film was either in broad comedy or melodramatic tragedies. Our repository of queer images trended toward the foppish best friend or the disease-stricken pariah. But with major LGBT films raking in awards in recent years—Brokeback Mountain, Moonlight, Call Me by Your Name—America has finally begun to recognize that the queer experience is just as rich a basis for cinematic experience as any other. Finally, we are in the golden age of queer film representation!

Perhaps -- and only if Spacey would "fully own what he did," Rapp says of the man he accused of sexual assault.

October 21 2018 4:52 AM

Richard E. Grant stars as the man who befriends Melissa McCarthy's literary scammer in the film about an unlikely friendship at the height of AIDS.

October 19 2018 2:29 PM

Is A Star Is Born a timeless love story, or a disturbing romanticization of addiction and codependency?

October 19 2018 4:04 AM

André Aciman opens up about his beloved book in the latest Advocate Asks podcast. 

October 18 2018 12:58 PM

Before marriage equality was even a pipe dream, filmmakers like Shan Sayles and Monroe Beehler were creating beautiful works of gay love.

October 17 2018 4:02 AM