GLAAD announced the nominees for the 31st GLAAD Media Awards honoring ‘media for fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of LGBTQ people and issues.’
Portrait of a Lady on Fire and Parasite lead the film nominations for the Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics’ 11th Dorian Awards.
The French historical drama film Portrait of a Lady on Fire by Céline Sciamma is the winner of the European University Film Award 2019.
The indie LGBT film As I Am directed by Anthony Bawn, and starring Andre Meyers along with Jeremiyah Dunbar, will be released in theaters in December.
The Guatemalan film Tremors (Temblores) by Jayro Bustamante which recently won the Grand Jury Prize at NewFest: NY LGBT Film Festival will open in the U.S. in November.
The documentary Queen of Lapa will have its New York premiere at NewFest. The film Is an intimate and captivating portrait of activist Luana Muniz, one of the most influential transgender Brazilians in history.
The documentary Gay Chorus Deep South, winner of the Audience Award for Best Documentary at Tribeca Film Festival, released a power new official trailer, weeks before it opens in theaters.
The long-running queer performance art collective’s legendary evenings are chronicled in a new documentary A Night at Switch n’ Play which will premiere in New York City at NewFest 2019.
Katherine and Nick North’s short documentary film, Just Another Beautiful Family, follows their own family of 7, which on the surface looks like a typical suburban family, with a twist: Nick is transgender.
Global Digital Releasing has acquired writer / director Anderson Cowan’s feature film debut, GROUPERS starring Peter Mayer-Klepchick and Cameron Duckett for release in Fall 2019.
Arturo Montenegro’s family drama Everybody Changes (Todos cambiamos), will represent Panama at the 2020 Academy Awards in the Best International Feature category.
Reeling LGBTQ film festival kicks off the 37th edition in the Fall in Chicago with an exciting slate of 35 features and 13 shorts programs, nearly all of them Chicago premieres.
The 2019 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival closed with the quirky Sundance film “Before You Know It,” and announced the winners of the jury and audience awards.
Lucio Castro’s directorial debut End of the Century (Fin de siglo) will have its Los Angeles premiere at the Outfest LGBTQ Film Festival on Friday, July 19.
The Brazilian gay social-realist drama SÓCRATES, – winner of the Independent Spirit “Someone to Watch” award, will make its New York premiere this Summer.
Mike Doyle’s new romantic comedy Sell By starring Scott Evans, Kate Walsh, Augustus Prew, Zoe Chao, Michelle Buteau, Christopher Gray, Colin Donnell and Patricia Clarkson will screen at the Outfest 2019 film festival.
Wonder, a poignant short film about an 11-year old boy from the hood questioning the traditional gender system, makes its World Premiere at the Outfest Los Angeles Film Festival
Damn These Heels, the longest running LGBTQ Film Festival in the Mountain West, will run July 12 to 14, 2019 at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center in Utah.
Late one night in 1984, drag queen Lady Bunny and a few friends staged an impromptu drag show in Tompkins Square Park which would become known as Wigstock. WIG explores the origins of this iconic festival.
Over $40,000 in prizes were given to the winners of the 2019 Inside Out LGBT Film Festival with top honors going to Megan Wennberg for DRAG KIDS for Best Canadian Feature.
This year, Sheffield Doc/Fest 2019 presents Films, Live Events and Alternate Realities experiences and installations focusing on LGBTQI+ communities and individuals.
The new trailer is released for queer dramedy Funny Story directed by Michael Gallagher and starring Matthew Glave and Emily Bett Rickards.
The 29th annual Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival, championing innovative LGBTQ filmmakers from across the globe, revealed its short film lineup.
Elton John Biopic ROCKETMAN to Open Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival + Full Film Lineup Revealed
Elton John biopic ROCKETMAN will kick off this year’s 29th annual Inside Out Toronto LGBT Film Festival (Inside Out), and the festival will close with the Canadian premiere of the Sundance crowd-pleaser LATE NIGHT.