Close-Knit, directed by Naoko Ogigami, is Japan's first mainstream movie about a transgender woman.
In a film based on her semiautobiographical novel, Japanese actress and cult theater director Junko Emoto tells the story of an all-female theater troupe.
The documentary A Womb of Their Own tells the rare stories about trans masculine people and their pregnancies. Director Cyn Lubow wants to celebrate the varieties of gender and fluidity, the filmmaker tells us.
West North West, directed by Takuro Nakamura, follows a Tehran exchange student Naima and her romantic triangle. Nakamura was kind enough to answer some of our questions about the film.
The Rainbow Lounge in Fort Worth, Texas, was raided by police in 2009. Eight years later, it mysteriously burned down.
Boys for Sale is a documentary about male sex workers in Tokyo's gay neighborhood, Shinjuku. Ten young men, mostly straight, opened up about their lives behind the bar counter.
Behind the Curtain: Todrick Hall is an autobiographical documentary about the out performer Todrick Hall. Director Katherine Fairfax Wright talks about why he's such a fascinating subject.