Lasting Legacy: How pioneering filmmaker Derek Jarman juggled being a radical & a classicist

The pioneering filmmaker starts a conversation between tradition and identity

The Circle Illuminates Switzerland’s Post-WWII Underground Gay Scene

The documentary-reenactment hybrid unveils secret publications and glamorous parties amid a fear of discovery and …

By Dennis Hinzmann

The Urge to Merge

A new direction for gay movies as Outfest combines with NewFest

By Armond White

Leveling the Field

Ira Sachs propels queer cinema forward with his latest drama, Love is Strange, pairing a post-gay story with …

By R. Kurt Osenlund

Great Scott

Scott Haze, pal and muse of James Franco, is on the verge of his own ubiquity.

By R. Kurt Osenlund

PHOTOS: Outfest 2014's Opening Night Gala

Check out photos of the stars at the Opening Night Gala for Outfest 2014, held Thursday at the Orpheum Theatre in …

By Daniel Reynolds

Neil Patrick Harris Makes Us Squirm in Gone Girl

In case you ever wanted to know what the Anti-Barney Stinson would be like

By Alex Panisch

Hiding and Coming Out

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

By Armond White

Life on the Runway

Dressing Yves Saint Laurent as artist and role model

By Armond White

Exclusive: Watch the Trailer for the New Film Starring Michael Urie & Randy Harrison

The new comedy Such Good People premieres in L.A. on July 7

By Out.com Editors

The Gayest Movie of the Year: All About Yves

Plus: Jersey Boys’ gay character; Jane Lynch’s new show

By Michael Musto

Alfred Molina & John Lithgow as Gay Grooms

The Love is Strange trailer includes Marisa Tomei & Cheyenne Jackson

By Out.com Editors

P-town Film Festival, Day 1

Dispatches from Land’s End: Last Weekend, and the opening night party with Patricia Clarkson

By Matthew Breen

Turning Friend of Dorothy into Friend of Bob

Clint Eastwood portrays things—people—as stereotypes even if he’s not meaning to be defamatory. Is this his movie to …

By Armond White

Queer Films at Provincetown Film Fest

All the LGBT programming at the 2014 Provincetown International Film Festival

By Matthew Breen

Showgirls: Better than You Remember It and You Know It

Is Showgirls an auteurist pièce de résistance, or merely merde?

By Greg Garry

Venus in Fur’s Power Play

Roman Polanski gives his wife, Emmanuelle Seigner, the role of her life.

By R. Kurt Osenlund

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