History of Our Future: gay martyrdom & heroism in The Imitation Game & The Circle

Two approaches to the gay martyrdom and heroism in The Imitation Game and The Circle.

Crimes of the Chicken Hawk

How Foxcatcher promotes gay pathology

By Armond White

Age of Innocence

The Way He Looks is a trailblazing look at gay youth

By Armond White

Derek Jarman’s Art Conversation

The pioneering filmmaker starts a conversation between tradition and identity

By Armond White

Outing Compassion

Gregg Araki connects sex to sympathy in White Bird in a Blizzard

By Armond White

Gay Until Graduation?

Dear White People’s campus identity crisis is funny but frustrating

By Armond White

When Heterosexism Attacks

Hollywood bias ruins Gone Girl and Men Women & Children (but Adam Sandler gets it right)

By Armond White

A Feel-Good Vibrator

Pride promotes solidarity over pathology

By Armond White

Fliers, Crashers and Soarers. Oh My!

Elizabeth Streb’s pop action in Born to Fly

By Armond White

Hate Noir

The return of the repressed in the new thriller, A Walk Among the Tombstones, which stars Liam Neeson

By Armond White

Good DILF Hunting

Starred Up, starring Jack O’Connell, turns prison reform into P.C. porn

By Armond White

Make Way for a Gay Way Back Machine

Love is Strange teaches respect for gay elders

By Armond White

Desire on Cinema’s Dance Floor

Julián Hernández, Mexico’s great gay film master, returns with I Am Happiness on Earth

By Armond White

Famous Flames

James Brown biopic honors pioneers of flamboyance

By Armond White

Rock Hard Eros

As the new Hercules, The Rock updates classical male icons

By Armond White

The Urge to Merge

A new direction for gay movies as Outfest combines with NewFest

By Armond White

Hiding and Coming Out

A new masterpiece, Me and You, continues the Bernardo Bertolucci mystery

By Armond White

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