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Review: 'The Goddess Of Fortune' is Assured Filmmaking from Ferzan Özpetek

Review: 'The Goddess Of Fortune' is Assured Filmmaking from Ferzan Özpetek

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 23
Italian/Turkish queer filmmaker Ferzan Özpetek's latest gay dramedy is another sheer joy.

Review: 'Alice Junior' Should Be Compulsory Viewing In All High Schools

Review: 'Alice Junior' Should Be Compulsory Viewing In All High Schools

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
The tale of how a vibrant trans teenager finds acceptance and love.

Review: 'Two of Us' a Richly Detailed Emotional Journey

Review: 'Two of Us' a Richly Detailed Emotional Journey

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 20
This film depicts a love for all ages.

Review: 'Forgotten Roads' a Sheer Joy to Watch

Review: 'Forgotten Roads' a Sheer Joy to Watch

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 18
This Chilean drama from first time filmmaker Nicol Ruiz Benavides is a joyous tale about it never being too late for self-discovery and personal freedom.

Review: 'Rialto' Explores the Pressures We Impose On Our Own Masculinity With Nuanced Performances

Review: 'Rialto' Explores the Pressures We Impose On Our Own Masculinity With Nuanced Performances

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 16
A mid-life crisis has Colm seeking out a 19-year-old hustler, even though neither man considers himself gay.

Review: 'Pier Kids" a Powerful and Compelling Documentary

Review: 'Pier Kids" a Powerful and Compelling Documentary

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 16
Life for the homeless LGBTQ kids that hang out on Chelsea Piers on Manhattan is far from rosy, but at least there there is a supportive community to which they feel they belong

Review: 'Cured' a Timely Reminder of the Bad Old Days

Review: 'Cured' a Timely Reminder of the Bad Old Days

MOVIES | By Karin McKie | Sep 15
This taut, informative 80-minute documentary illuminates the hidden history about how LGBTQ activists fought to remove the classification that being gay was a disease.

Review: 'Minyan' Charms

Review: 'Minyan' Charms

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 15
A tale about coming out as gay and Jewish.

Review: 'Dry Wind' A Tempestuous Sexual Fantasy

Review: 'Dry Wind' A Tempestuous Sexual Fantasy

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 15
Don't miss this stunning Brazilian film; it's surreal and sexy, literary and cinematically powerful — and explicit in all the right places.

Review: 'Killing Patient Zero' Sets the Record Straight

Review: 'Killing Patient Zero' Sets the Record Straight

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 15
Lynd's totally unmissable movie should be compulsory viewing for anyone that wants to feel a sense of community and appreciate how our past helps to shape our future.

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