Devil’s Path, from writer/director Matthew Montgomery, follows two men who meet up in a popular wilderness park for a casual hookup.
GLAAD announced the nominees for the 30th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Sundance Film Festival. Among the nominees: The Favourite, Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Boy Erased, Love Simon.
Evangelical Christians and drag queens step into the spotlight to dismantle stereotypes in the trailer for the documentary The Gospel of Eureka.
Ganda [gʌn-daː] – meaning “beauty” in Tagalog On October 11, 2014, Jennifer Laude was last seen with a United States Marine and later found dead in a motel bathroom.
Finnish-Syrian LGBT romantic drama A Moment in the Reeds, the feature debut of Finnish writer/director Mikko Makela is a moving gay romance between a young Finnish academic and a struggling Syrian refugee, set against an idyllic Finnish summer.
Logo Documentary Films today announced its 2018 slate which includes Light in the Water, When the Beat Drops and Quiet Heroes.
The 2018 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival, taking place July 12-22, 2018, announce the complete programming lineup
Ideal Home written and directed by Andrew Fleming (The Craft, Dick, Hamlet 2) and starring Steve Coogan, and Paul Rudd, as a hilarious bickering gay couple will open in theaters
BELIEVER Follows Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds on His Quest for LGBTQ Acceptance in the Mormon Community
Imagine Dragons frontman and Mormon Dan Reynolds recently embarked on a new mission: to explore and influence how The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints treats its LGBTQ members.
Matt Tyrnauer’s vibrantly nostalgic documentary, Studio 54, featuring interviews with many of the legendary nightclub’s famous patrons, as well as those who worked behind the scenes during its heyday will open the 2018 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival.
6 Indie Filmmakers to Compete in Seattle International Film Festival’s 2018 Fly Filmmaking Challenge
The Fly Filmmaking Challenge organized in partnership with Washington Filmworks, returns to the 2018 Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) after a three year hiatus.
LGBT romantic drama Sebastian releases on February 6, 2018 worldwide on DVD & VOD via Wolfe. In this urban gay love story, sexy Argentinian hunk Sebastian (Alex House) arrives in Toronto on a one week visit and meets his cousin’s boyfriend, Alex (writer-director, James Fanizza).
Powerful working-class trans teen drama Just Charlie traces with nuance and sensitivity one young person’s struggle with gender identity through the lens of a gritty, sports loving blue-collar community and a tough family struggling to accept it.
The powerful documentary Believer, directed by Don Argott, follows Mormon Dan Reynolds, frontman for the Grammy Award-winning band Imagine Dragons, as he takes on a new mission to explore how the Mormon Church treats its LGBTQ members.
Here is the trailer for Trudie Styler’s debut film Freak Show featuring an electric ensemble cast.
Here is the new trailer for LGBTQ musical drama Saturday Church, about a 14-year-old shy and effeminate boy, who finds himself becoming the“man of the house” after the death of his father.
The 2017 NewFest, New York LGBT Film Festival wrapped earlier this week, and for the first time ever, the festival awarded prizes adjudicated by a jury.
NewFest, announced the full 2017 lineup featuring more than 140 LGBT narrative features, documentaries, episodic series and shorts.
Netflix debuted the trailer for The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson, documentary on the self-described “street queen” of NY’s gay ghetto found floating in New York’s Hudson River in 1992.
The biopic Tom of Finland directed by Dome Karukoski has been selected as Finland’s submission for best foreign film at the 2018 Oscars.
2017 Reeling LGBTQ Film Festival Unveils Lineup, Opens with HELLO AGAIN, Closes with SATURDAY CHURCH
Reeling, the second-oldest LGBTQ film festival in the world, celebrates its 35th anniversary edition from September 21 to 28 at Landmark Theatres’ Century Centre Cinema in Chicago.
Award-winning filmmaker Dome Karukoski brings to screen the life and work of one of the most influential and celebrated figures of twentieth century LGBTQ culture in Tom of Finland
Cecilia Aldarondo Delves into the Secrecy Her Uncle’s Death In MEMORIES OF A PENITENT HEART | Trailer
Twenty-five years after her uncle died of AIDS, filmmaker Cecilia Aldarondo delves into the secrecy surrounding his death in the documentary Memories of a Penitent Heart.
The Wound (Inxeba), which had its African premiere in competition at the Durban International Film Festival, won both Best Director for John Trengrove and Best Actor for Nakhane Touré at the festival.