Armond White

If you want to find out all the latest news on New York City-based film and music critic Armond White, then look no further than OUT magazine. Armond White is known for his provocative and idiosyncratic film criticism. He has written for Variety, The New York Times, the Columbia Journalism Review, The Nation, Slate, and First Things, and he is currently writing for both National Review and OUT magazine. Although White has been described as the “world’s most contrarian film critic," he states that he has never said anything about a movie out of meanness, and he simply compares movies to superior ones.

Kate Winslet and P.J. Hogan take the runway. 

September 23 2016 10:09 AM

The 1964 film Goodbye Charlie said hello to sexual liberation.

September 21 2016 11:10 AM

A critical perspective on con-artist doc that takes queerness to the gutter press.

September 09 2016 11:25 AM

Armond White declares movies are serious fun. Hear him roar.

September 02 2016 9:30 AM

Geoff was the first movie character whom baby boomers of the period could immediately identify and relate to as openly queer.

August 19 2016 12:52 PM

Andrew Ahn’s debut movie probes gay and ethnic identity.

August 19 2016 10:29 AM

If you don't know who Orry-Kelly was, you should.

August 10 2016 1:11 PM