Into the Woods: Christine Baranski On Playing Cinderella's Stepmother

The actress returns to her comedic and musical roots with her turn as Cinderella's Stepmother in Into the Woods

NewFest: Jobriath A.D.

Kieran Turner's documentary about the gay rock icon you've never heard of

By Jerry Portwood

Ready to be Remembered

Director Jeffrey Schwarz discusses the making of the 'Vito' documentary

By Jerry Portwood

Bikini Kill Announces Bikini Kill Records

Exciting news for all you riot grrrls out there: Bikini Kill's Self-Titled EP will come out in the fall of 2012 to …

By Jerry Portwood

Road Tripping

Documentarian Jonathan Caouette's 'Walk Away, Renee' chronicles his cross-country journey with his mother

By Peter Frost

Outfest: United in Anger

Jim Hubbard's documentary reveals the inspiring founding of ACT UP

By Eddie Shapiro

Outfest: Our Paradise

Gael Morel's French-language homicidal hustler movie may be bloody, but it's never boring

By Eddie Shapiro

Outfest: I Want Your Love

Travis Mathews' film has more explicit sex than many porn titles out there

By Eddie Shapiro

ON DVD: 'The Beat Hotel'

A fascinating documentary about Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Brion Gysin, et al in a Parisian hotel that was the …

By Jerry Portwood

Outfest Turns 30

The Los Angeles GLBT film fest returns, with three films that focus on disabilities

By Eddie Shapiro

Need to Know: Silas Howard

Silas Howard—half of the directing duo behind the indie gem, ‘Sunset Stories’—discusses his latest film.

By Alex Panisch

Franco-phile: James Franco to Collaborate on 'Homo-Sex-Art-Film'

Travis Mathews teases with a collaboration with the noted homo-friendly actor

By Diego James

'The Invisible War' Exposes a Little-Known Cover Up in the United States Military

Director Kirby Dick explains the documentary 'The Invisible War,' which reveals the epidemic of rape in the U.S. …

By Jerry Portwood

Light it Up

'Sparkle' is more than a send-off -- it's a celebration.

By Adam Rathe

Téchiné's Gay Family Albums

Armond White says French filmmaker André Téchiné’s 'Unforgivable' should make him a familiar name for film-loving gays …

By Armond White

The Evil of Banality

Novelist Bruce Benderson talks to the director of 'Michael,' this year's most provocative movie.

By Bruce Benderson

EXCLUSIVE: Internet Sensation Chris Crocker Stars In HBO Documentary

Be the first to see's exclusive promo video for the biopic about the ladyman behind 'Leave Britney Alone' …

By Joseph Alexiou