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Review: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

Review: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 18, 2021

Stephanie Lamorre's heart-touching documentary on Two-Spirit teenager Sherente Misihitasin is a welcome contribution to the burgeoning dialogue about the transgender community.

Review: Documentarian Edgar Wright Strives to Illuminate 'The Sparks Brothers'

Review: Documentarian Edgar Wright Strives to Illuminate 'The Sparks Brothers'

By Karin McKie | Jun 18, 2021

The most underrated, influential, and overlooked band of the modern era.

Review: Candid 'Just A Girl Who Decided To Go For It' Proves Rita Moreno is a Legend

Review: Candid 'Just A Girl Who Decided To Go For It' Proves Rita Moreno is a Legend

By Rob Lester | Jun 18, 2021

A candid, warts-and-all look at the long career of a true star of stage, screen, TV and nightclubs, with emphasis on the unfortunate legacy of limited opportunities due to Hollywood typecasting and stereotyping due to ethnicity.

Review: Mother Earth is Not Playing in Creepy 'Gaia'

Review: Mother Earth is Not Playing in Creepy 'Gaia'

By Kevin Taft | Jun 18, 2021

"Gaia" is a skin-crawling eco-horror movie that presents a good argument for leaving modern society behind, but also a really good reason to get the fuck out of the forest.

Watch: When Gay Actors Were Cast in Gay Roles

Watch: When Gay Actors Were Cast in Gay Roles

By Robert Nesti | Jun 17, 2021

In Hollywood's long history, there have been instances of gay actors playing gay roles. Here's a list.

Review: Rediscovered French Gay Classic 'Equation to an Unknown' a Dive into Erotic Dreams

Review: Rediscovered French Gay Classic 'Equation to an Unknown' a Dive into Erotic Dreams

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 17, 2021

Dietrich de Velsa's fanciful and frolicksome 1980 film, long lost, has been rediscovered. PINKLABEL.tv presents a 2K scan of a new answer print, adding to its library of erotic classics.

Review: Arvin Chen Strikes a Lyrical Tone with 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?'

Review: Arvin Chen Strikes a Lyrical Tone with 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?'

By Jake Mulligan | Jun 17, 2021

It's a great title. It's also one of the best films I've seen on the festival circuit in a very long time.

Review: 'Raw! Uncut! Video!' Chronicles the Rise and Fall of a Homegrown Gay Porn Studio

Review: 'Raw! Uncut! Video!' Chronicles the Rise and Fall of a Homegrown Gay Porn Studio

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 17, 2021

This look back at our queer history is not for the faint of heart.

In The Works? 10 Musicals That Should Be Made Films

In The Works? 10 Musicals That Should Be Made Films

By Christopher Ehlers | Jun 16, 2021

With the critically lauded, massively adored "In the Heights" film burning up screens this summer, we're all reminded that there's nothing quite like a big movie musical. Here are 10 musicals that deserve the big-screen treatment.

Best Side Story: An Interview with Rita Moreno

Best Side Story: An Interview with Rita Moreno

By Gregg Shapiro | Jun 16, 2021

An award-winning actress, writer, activist, dancer, mother, singer, feminist, Latina, and EGOT, Rita Moreno discusses her recent memoir and the new documentary about her amazing life.

Review: 'Rebel Dykes' Explores Queer London in the 1980s

Review: 'Rebel Dykes' Explores Queer London in the 1980s

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 16, 2021

Filmmakers Harri Shanahan, Sian A. Williams, and Siobhan Fahey revisit London in the 1980's with this fascinating documentary.

Review: His Name is 'Luca,' and He's a Charmer

Review: His Name is 'Luca,' and He's a Charmer

By Kevin Taft | Jun 16, 2021

"Luca" is undeniably the gayest movie Disney has ever made, even if they don't come out and say it - and that's a good thing.

Frameline45: Homos, Where the Heart Is

Frameline45: Homos, Where the Heart Is

By Brian Bromberger | Jun 15, 2021

Whether consciously or not, the theme of Frameline45 in its programming of narrative films is traditional values, mainly home and family.

Pixar's 'Luca' Invites You to Summer in the Italian Riviera

Pixar's 'Luca' Invites You to Summer in the Italian Riviera

Jun 15, 2021

The team spent years developing the story and the look of "Luca" at Pixar headquarters, figuring out ways to make the animation software that is engineered to achieve realism, hit the more poetic, storybook style that Casarosa wanted.

Review: Quirky 'French Exit' Frustrates, Charms

Review: Quirky 'French Exit' Frustrates, Charms

By Kevin Taft | Jun 15, 2021

A cross between the quirky-quirk characters of Wes Anderson and the drolly quirky banter of Whit Stillman, this new Michelle Pfeiffer-led comedy is equal parts frustrating and oddly compelling.

Review: The "Indiana Jones 4-Movie Collection" Showcases a Legend in Stunning 4K

Review: The "Indiana Jones 4-Movie Collection" Showcases a Legend in Stunning 4K

By Sam Cohen | Jun 15, 2021

Steven Spielberg's popular adventure series has received a stellar 4K Blu-ray release from Paramount Home Entertainment. Fans are bound to love this new set.

Review: Once More unto the Breach in 'Godzilla vs. Kong'

Review: Once More unto the Breach in 'Godzilla vs. Kong'

By Jake Coyle | Jun 15, 2021

The ultra-heavyweight prize fight between the Coke and Pepsi of the MonsterVerse doesn't break any new ground. That might be its salvation.

Review: 'The Railway Children' is Part Fairy Tale, Part Morality Tale

Review: 'The Railway Children' is Part Fairy Tale, Part Morality Tale

By Frank J. Avella | Jun 15, 2021

This enchanting, atmospheric film is part fairy tale, part morality lesson and all heart.

Review: Larry Peerce's Groundbreaking Exploration of Ignorance, Prejudice and Racism 'One Potato, Two Potato' Worth a Revisit

Review: Larry Peerce's Groundbreaking Exploration of Ignorance, Prejudice and Racism 'One Potato, Two Potato' Worth a Revisit

By Frank J. Avella | Jun 15, 2021

"One Potato, Two Potato" is worth a look for daring to take on explosive subject matter at the dawn of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.

Filmmaker Jenni Olson Honored

Filmmaker Jenni Olson Honored

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Jun 15, 2021

On June 18 filmmaker and film curator Jenni Olson will be honored with the prestigious Teddy Award, the Berlinale's queer film award, during the 71st Berlinale's Summer Special Festival.

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