Anna Kendrick…Into the Woods and full of neuroses

On musicals, Twitter, and getting home in one piece

The Long Education of Daniel Radcliffe

The young actor puts his decade-long stint as the world’s most famous schoolboy behind him with a career-defining turn …

By Aaron Hicklin

Koch On Display

The documentary is a brilliant portrait of a larger-than-life closeted gay man who ran America's biggest city

By Yehudit Mam

WATCH: Zachary Quinto in 'Dog Eat Dog'

Petsami features the short film with the actor, who also found his rescue dog at an animal shelter

By Jerry Portwood

Need to Know: 'Five Dances'

Alan Brown's gay-themed dance film stars Ryan Steele, premieres during Dance on Camera fest

By Jerry Portwood

The Amazing Randi is 'An Honest Liar'

Famed magician James 'The Amazing' Randi, who came out in 2010 at age 81, shares his life in the film project 'An Honest …

By Andrew Villagomez

Roger Ross Williams: 'They Tried to Pray the Gay Away'

'God Loves Uganda' director was outed while making the film

By Jerry Portwood

At Sundance: Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman: 'Lovelace'

The directors explain how porn legend Linda Lovelace was the original 'reality star'

By Jerry Portwood

'Big Gay Love' Stars Jonathan Lisecki from 'Gayby’ & Nicholas Brendon

The romantic comedy about an overweight gay man and the superficial gay dating scene hopes to be out summer 2013

By Andrew Villagomez

Daniel Radcliffe on Sex in 'Kill Your Darlings'

The actor explains why all English men aren't gay

By Editors

The Return of Yossi

Israeli Filmmaker Eytan Fox makes us fall in love with his character Yossi all over again.

By Jerry Portwood

The Gay Jewish French Mailman Who Finds Happiness

In Mikael Buch's 'Let My People Go,' the first-time filmmaker introduces a 'gay Buster Keaton' who finds his own way to …

By Jerry Portwood

Oscars 2013: 'Lincoln' Leading With Nominations

'Lincoln' scores 12 Oscar nominations. 'Les Misérables' receives high nominations—including Best Picture

By Andrew Villagomez

Chris Colfer's Lightning Strikes Select Theaters

The multi-hyphenate's film 'Struck By Lightning' opens on January 11

By Andrew Villagomez

Mandingo Fantasies Never Die

Tarantino explores more than slavery and his favorite topic -- violence -- in 'Django Unchained'

By Yehudit Mam

Kimberly Peirce: 'Why Are We Growing Domestic Terrorists?'

The director's adaptation of 'Carrie' has been moved from March to Halloween in the wake of the Newtown shootings …

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

Forget 'Glee.' Chris Colfer Gets Grim

We caught up with the actor as he prepares to unveil 'Struck By Lightning,' a dark teen comedy he wrote and stars in …

By Adam Rathe