We talked to the two stars of the '60s-era film about life in a convent.
Here are the New York LGBT Film Festival's juried selections, and audience favorites.
The actress also said that Steve Bannon looks like a bag of trash.
The film, set in 1968, will focus on Garland's final years of performance in London.
Phantom Thread reunites the actor with There Will Be Blood director Paul Thomas Anderson.
Julianna Notten's middle school love story is a happy, queer, and confident.
Director Bryan Singer "couldn't help" but share a preview.