EXCLUSIVE: The Falls: The Testament of Love

The sequel to last year's 'The Falls' will have its world premiere at the Portland Lesbian & Gay Film Festival …

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Man of Many Faces

He’s played Boy George, paid homage to Christopher Isherwood, and done Dickens. Now Douglas Booth is tackling the …

By Francesca Babb

Kelly McGillis’s Second Act

She continues her big screen resurgence in Jim Mickle’s latest film, 'We Are What We Are'

By Alex Panisch

There Will Be Blood

Kimberly Peirce is one of the few women directors still fighting for a foothold in the Hollywood boys’ club. Her remake …

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

Waxing Poetic

In the searing new drama Kill Your Darlings, Dane DeHaan channels Beat figure and murderer Lucien Carr.

By Nick Haramis

Will There Be Blood?

Director Greg Dyrsten educates the public about the ban on gay men donating blood in the documentary 'Gay Positive' …

By Katherine Owen

WATCH: New Trailer for TOM

The latest clip for the Tom of Finland movie shows Touko hard at work (and damn, we want his job)

By Jesse Steinbach

6 Must-See Fall Movies

C.O.G. Based on David Sedaris’s short story of the same name, C.O.G. stars Jonathan Groff (Glee, Boss) as a …

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Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt

As the Silver Screen's New Leading Man

By Aaron Hicklin

Remembering 9/11 with The Rugby Player

The documentary about Mark Bingham, one of the heroes on the plane that crashed on Sept. 11, celebrates his vitality and …

By John Hutt

Tom of Finland: A Film About Liberation

Dome Karukoski, director of the newly-announced Tom of Finland biopic, sees an explosion of inspiration in the artist's …

By Andrew Belonsky

Tom of Finland Film Gets a Director

The upcoming film will be the Finnish director's first English-language film.

By Matthew Breen

Five Very Good Reasons to See Adore

The movie, starring Naomi Watts and Robin Wright, also has a pretty amazing nipple count

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Alan Ball’s New Stripper Gig

His fleshy vampire series will be ending in 2014, but the show’s gay creator has new projects up his sleeve

By Matthew Breen

Robert Pattinson in New James Dean Biopic

But not as Dean, as photographer Dennis Stock

By Matthew Breen

Sir Ian McKellen To Play Sherlock Holmes

McKellen will play the detective as an old man, in a new film by Bill Condon

By Matthew Breen