Japanese director Toshio Matsumoto died this week, so celebrate his life with ‘Funeral Parade of Roses,’ his influential film about the Tokyo drag scene
Tag: LGBTQ Film
It’s one of the realest depictions on-screen of the AIDS epidemic—it was back then, and it still is to this day
If you can harness anger, you can turn it into a constructive force for good—as Harvey Milk discovered, both in the movie ‘Milk’ and in real life
It was the unlikely little movie that nobody would believe in at first, and now it’s an icon of drag cinema. How did The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert ever get made?
Apart from a few minor swears and some brief video game violence, ‘Gaming in Color’ lacks the raunchiness and gore to warrant an R-rating. So what gives?
Despite the popularity of films like Cinderella, Pitch Perfect 2 and Home, Hollywood is doing a bad job representing women, people of color, and LGBT folks.
TLA Releasing is sending two sun-seeking travelers to the Bahamas in celebration of the success of their gorgeous, critically acclaimed film, Children of God. Children of God, the first feature written and directed by Kareem Mortimer, is set on the scintillating shores of the Bahamas, weaving the West Indian culture into […]