Gay Love in '60s Zurich: Watch a Scene from Swiss Oscar Contender The Circle

Stefan Haupt's film blends documentary and drama, recreating an untold story of gay life in 1960s Zurich

Catching Up With Alicia Silverstone

With two films and a Broadway play about porn stars on the horizon, our second-favorite Cher is back in a big way. …

By Adam Rathe

Monty Python’s Graham Chapman Misremembered in ‘A Liar’s Autobiography’

It’s not a Python movie; it’s something completely different

By Alex Panisch

Bringing up Gayby

The not-so-immaculate conception of this year's most unusual parenting comedy.

By Zack Rosen

REVIEW: 'How to Survive a Plague'

David France's documentary turns AIDS-era into a suspenseful, must-see tale

By Aaron Hicklin

Stephen Chbosky Explains Why 'Perks' Had to Be PG-13

The director says Logan Lerman is 'perfect,' Ezra Miller is 'such a force of nature'

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

Logan Lerman on 'Perks'

The actor spoke with 'Out' while in New Orleans, where he was filming the sequel to 2010’s 'Percy Jackson & the …

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

WATCH: 'Lincoln' Trailer

Steven Spielberg's election-year ode to the 16th president may change history

By Jerry Portwood

Zachary Quinto

The actor boldly goes where few men have gone before.

By Editors

Zachary Quinto: Star Man

He's played superheroes and pointy-eared space travelers, and would die to step into transgender rock star Hedwig's …

By Aaron Hicklin

The Five Gayest Movies This Fall

Whether it's some boy-on-boy action, Zac Efron dancing in his tighty-whiteys, or a serious contemplation of gay history, …

By Editors

The Tell-All

Filmmaker Ira Sachs learned the hard way that secrets can be the most perverted truth.

By Jerry Portwood

Colman Domingo: Fall Guy

With a new stage play and several high-profile movies, Colman Domingo has the season sewn up.

By Aaron Hicklin

Kyra Sedgwick: The Great Beyond

As her long-running, career-defining series draws to a close, Kyra Sedgwick hangs up the miniskirts for a spirited next …

By Michael Martin

Christophe Honoré Doesn't Treat Deneuve Like a 'Porcelain Doll'

Mother/daughter duo Catherine Deneuve and Chiara Mastroianni star in the French filmmaker's latest

By Jerry Portwood

'Sparkle' Costume Sketches

Designer Ruth Carter's '60s-style looks for Whitney's last film.

By Editors

WATCH: 'Keep the Lights On Trailer'

Drugs, sex, hustlers, love,'s all in the new trailer for the must-see gay film of the fall

By Editors