These fearless leading ladies are not messing around.
Photography: Lenny Gerard
Nobody’s perfect―though this classic sure comes close. Plus, rarely seen behind-the-scenes color stills.
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The Boston filmmaker's new Meso-American spectacle features unrequited love.
The filmmaker's new SHOWTIME doc spotlights trans Americans through a humanizing lens.
Charlie Minn's film will focus heavily on the law enforcement's slow response.