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Review: Film Adaptation of 'Everybody's Talking About Jamie' Preserves the Play's Wit, Warmth

Review: Film Adaptation of 'Everybody's Talking About Jamie' Preserves the Play's Wit, Warmth

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Sep 15, 2021

"Jamie" shines in the long-awaited feature film adaptation of the hit West End musical.

Review: 'The Extinction Of Fireflies' Could Use More Cinematic Spark

Review: 'The Extinction Of Fireflies' Could Use More Cinematic Spark

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 11, 2021

Playwright James Andrew Walsh directs his own script for the big screen, a comedy about group of friends gathered at a remote seaside home for a long weekend. The sparks fly, but they have no place to go.

Review: Sexual Tension, Sparkling Joy Propel Polyamorous Romance 'Ma Belle, My Beauty'

Review: Sexual Tension, Sparkling Joy Propel Polyamorous Romance 'Ma Belle, My Beauty'

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 9, 2021

Can love lost be reclaimed? That's the theme of this polyamorous love story, which is suffused with anger and desire - and also with sparkling moments of joy.

Review: 'Crystal Diaries' a Raw, Powerful Response to Drugs and Tragedy in LA's House & Ball Community

Review: 'Crystal Diaries' a Raw, Powerful Response to Drugs and Tragedy in LA's House & Ball Community

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 8, 2021

After 26-year-old Gemmel Moore died in the West Hollywood home of Ed Buck -- reported to have a fetish for injecting Black men with meth -- Moore's friends in the House & Ball Community took action. This film is one result.

Outfest Los Angeles Announces 2021 Lineup

Outfest Los Angeles Announces 2021 Lineup

MOVIES | Jul 27, 2021

This year's hand-picked films represents nearly every genre and includes the voices and stories from the entire rainbow of the queer community including a significant number of first-time directors.

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