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Film

Tune In Tonight

Your Pride Month entertainment choices have expanded once again! Tonight, we celebrate the premiere of two new documentaries. Over on HBO, it’s Wig, which focuses on the art of drag and more specifically, the grandiose gathering that was Wigstock. Meanwhile, over on your local PBS affiliate, The Lavender Scare uncovers the shocking efforts of the U.S. government to eradicate LGBTQ […]

Best Picture For The Best Price: FREE!

After seeing Moonlight, we always inspect the sand twice before setting down our towel on the beach. Great advice, really. If you haven’t seen the Oscar winner for Best Picture 2017, then you’ll understand that reference soon enough. Tonight, catch the wonderful flick for free at AMC NorthPark 15 with a panel discussion afterward. It’s presented by the Coalition for Aging LGBT, […]

Wilde About Wigs

Everybody’s favorite botched sex change musical is back on the big screen. And in glorious 35mm. This month’s CinéWilde screening is none other than one of our all-time favorites: Hedwig & The Angry Inch. It all takes place tonight after a showing of A Very Sordid Wedding with a post-show party featuring Mr. Pixie, who himself has played Hedwig. He’ll be performing […]

Tuesday Titillation

The work week is barely underway, but we’re sure you’re already looking for a mental escape. And because it’s Tuesday, we have two documentaries to share with you, each showcasing eclectic groups of performers ranging from drag to burlesque that will take your mind off all that pesky job stuff. First up is Burlesque: Heart of the Glitter Tribe, which focuses a lot on […]

Germanic Verses

What could’ve been? That simple question can be one of the most devastating one we ever ask ourselves. What would our life be like if we’d met someone different? Moved to a different city? Traveled more while we were young? But the what if surround a lost love can be the most devastating of all. That’s a central theme in the […]

Civil Rights. And Wrongs.

In this dark Era of Trump, the timing couldn’t be better for a film about the power of protest. From Selma to Stonewall: Are We There Yet? compares and contrasts the conflicts at the heart of the black and LGBT civil rights movements while following a black heterosexual preacher and a white lesbian activist as they look for common ground […]

Posers

Truth or Dare changed our lives. As budding young twinks, we caught the Madonna documentary and finally felt like we found a community. Our community. Our forever community. A lot of that came from our delusions that we’d be best friends with Madge if only we had the chance to hang out with her. But even more of that undeniable sense […]

No Laughing Matter

Competitive Endurance Tickling. Yep, that’s a thing. It’s a sport that seemed so bizarre that reporter David Farrier set out to do a story on the phenomenon and contacted the company behind the craze. When he received a note back stating they wanted nothing to do with a homosexual, even threatening legal action should he pursue the story further, he […]

Twirl, Girl

Many of us would have loved to have parents immediately accepting of our homosexuality. But wishes like that can be just as dangerous. Just ask Lloyd (Jason Dolley), the 17-year-old character in Helicopter Mom starring the delightful Nia Vardalos (My Big Fat Greek Wedding). Not only does she think her son is gay, she hopes he is, trying to set […]

Craigslisp

There are so many great movies at this year’s Dallas International Film Festival, it’s hard to decide which ones to devote your popcorn consumption to. But the one we’re most excited about is Do I Sound Gay?, a documentary from David Thorpe about what gay sounds like. In the film, he meets with a speech pathologist, as well as celebs […]