Legendary producer Christine Vachon challenges what makes a film "queer" and looks back on Carol two years after it premiered at Cannes.
Hollywood couldn't handle their queer identities — so it erased them.
The pop icon and her husband made a movie about a conservative straight man who gets a heart transplant from a drag queen.
The director of The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson, David France, and producer Sara Ramirez discuss why the story of an LGBT pioneer's loss matters in modern times.
A crash course into the transforming transgender talent conversation.
The film's New York premiere will have a Q&A addressing the growing drug epidemic.
The Advocate interviewed Nobody's Watching star Guillermo Pfening and director Julia Solomonoff about the award-winning and intersectional role.