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.
David France’s The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson, a deeply compelling look at the murder of a transgender legend, known as “the Rosa Parks of the LGBT movement” has been acquired by Netflix
Award-winning LGBT Documentary POLITICAL ANIMALS will be Released on DVD and VOD on June 6th | Trailer
The award-winning LGBT documentary Political Animals, directed by Jonah Markowitz (Shelter), and co-directed by Tracy Wares (DP: Bomb It, Gay Republicans), will be released on DVD and VOD on June 6th in the U.S. and Canada via Gravitas Ventures.
THE FREEDOM TO MARRY, the untold story of how same-sex marriage became law of the land, will be released digitally on June 6th via Ro*Co Films in the U.S. and Canada.
QDoc, the only film festival in the United States (and one of only two in the world) devoted exclusively to LGBTQ documentaries kicks of Thursday, May 18 at the historic Hollywood Theatre in Portland, Oregon with THE UNTOLD TALES OF ARMISTEAD MAUPIN
The Chicago-set coming-of-age drama Princess Cyd, starring Rebecca Spence (Joe Swanberg’s “Easy”) and Jessie Pinnick (“Shameless”), which world premiered at the 2017 Maryland Film Festival will be released in the US later this year by Wolfe Releasing.
April Mullen’s Below Her Mouth tells the story of an unexpected romance between two women.
TOM OF FINLAND, Dome Karukoski’s biopic about the life and work of Finnish artist and gay icon Touko Laaksonen, best known by his pseudonym Tom of Finland, has been acquired by Kino Lorber for release in the US.
Poster + Trailer for I, OLGA HEPNAROVA Based on Crimes of Olga Hepnarova, a Lonely 23 Year Old Czech Lesbian
Here is the new poster and trailer for the award-winning Czech film I, Olga Hepnarova, based on the crimes of Olga Hepnarova, a young, lonely lesbian who on July 10, 1973, drove a rented truck into a group of people waiting for a tram in Prague, Czechoslovakia, killing 8 of them.
Here is the first official trailer for Handsome Devil, an Irish funny, music-drenched coming-of-age story set in an elite Dublin rugby school from writer-director John Butler.
National Geographic will make the two-hour documentary GENDER REVOLUTION: A JOURNEY WITH KATIE COURIC available to stream for free, beginning today, Tuesday, February 14, for one week.
AGAINST THE LAW, Factual Drama on Decriminalization of Homosexuality in England, to Open London LGBT Film Festival
The world premiere of AGAINST THE LAW, a powerful and timely factual new British drama, directed by Fergus O’Brien and starring Daniel Mays, will open the 31st edition of BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival.
GLAAD, the LGBTQ media advocacy organization, announced today the nominees for the 28th Annual GLAAD Media Awards. Among the nominees are Academy Award-nominee and Golden Globe-winner Moonlight
In addition to the grueling physical and emotional strength it takes to be a firefighter, Brooke Guinan bore the weight of judgment and the weight of hormonal changes to carry out both her desire to be a firefighter and her destiny to transition from male to female.
Here is a new video clip and images from THE JONESES, Moby Longinotto’s feature documentary debut, that tells the story of Jheri Jones, a 74-year-old transgender divorcée, and her family in Bible Belt Mississippi.
After decades of persecution and neglect, Cuba’s LGBT community finds itself in the midst of a new struggle – the fight for equality. The leader of this uprising is Mariela Castro, charismatic daughter of President Raul Castro and a member of Cuba’s National Assembly
DON’T CALL ME SON, Brazilian Drama of Family/Gender Identity, Opens in Theaters November 2 | TRAILER
DON’T CALL ME SON, the Brazilian Drama of Family/Gender Identity, directed by Anna Muylaert is set to open in the U.S. beginning Wednesday, November 2
London’s queer film and arts festival, Fringe!, returns November 15 to 20, for its sixth year with screenings, talks, panels, workshops, performance and parties, taking over nine venues in East London.
The official teaser trailer was released last month for the Tom of Finland movie by Dome Karukoski. A story of Touko Laaksonen, the provocative gay artist known as Tom of Finland.
Beginning Thursday, November 10, Metrograph in New York City will present a one-week revival run, November 10 to 17, of Cheryl Dunye’s The Watermelon Woman, a queer cult classic in a new restoration.
NewFest has added new films to what was already the festival’s largest slate ever. The festival will be hosting the U.S. Premiere of John Butler’s delightful Irish coming-of-age HANDSOME DEVIL