"There is so much in this documentary that isn’t anywhere else, I don’t really don’t know where to begin."
Matt Skallerud's insight:
There was a surprise amongst the recent line-up announcement for the Adelaide Film Festival. A locally-made documentary that many didn’t even know was in the pipeline called Remembering the Man from directors Nickolas Bird and Eleanor Sharpe.
He Loves Me is a cinematic exploration of the mentality and psychological state of gay couples and the formation of their unique lifestyle. In the case of He Loves Me, the questions asked deal with a certain lifestyle observed in big cities and usually associated with vices, sex addiction, drug taking etc. It is about the moment when all these vices take control and the truth is difficult to reach. When this happens, what is it that can bring us back to reality. Could it be nature? A simple life?
Of all the cultural forms that gay men have created and elaborated since coalescing into a social group around the late 19th century, Polari, a full-fledged gay English dialect with roots among circus folk, sailors, and prostitutes, has to be one of the most fascinating—not least since it has faded along with the need for discretion and secrecy. While some words remain in common use—zhush or zhoosh (to adjust or embellish something to make it more pleasing) and trade (highly masculine or straight-acting sex partners) come to mind—the richness that we know once defined Polari is difficult to capture in 2015.
After a burst of TV shows focusing on trans women and their families, British director Gaby Dellal’s film About Ray, due out in mid-September, will provide a welcome look at a young transgender man (albeit one played by a cis woman).
"Lost n' Found" is a 12-episode American web sitcom about two best friends hilariously navigating the LGBT landscape in LA.
As human beings we all find ourselves at a cross-roads at many points in our lives. Do we take this job or stay at our current? Do we move across the country? What kind of rice is best for my watered-down iPhone?
Oh, and there's the elephant in the room question that we all, male or female, mammel or bird, ask ourselves?
"What if I'm gay?"
These are the kind of questions, aspiring 20-something actress Marty (Ashley Ann Alvarado), poses to herself everyday in the our new comedy webseries, "Lost n' Found."
qFLIX Philadelphia, Philadelphia's only LGBT film festival, kicks off Tuesday. Produced by Thom Cardwell and James Duggan, the 6-day festival will bring 50 films from all over the world to screens here in Center City.
U.S. streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu are leading the way with depictions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people on television, most notably with transgender characters, and are far outpacing network and cable television,...
Anthony J. Wilkinson the creator of "My Big Gay Italian Wedding" and "My Big Gay Italian Funeral" is brining the third part of the trilogy "My Big Gay Italian Midlife Crisis" Off-Broadway to The Theatre Center this fall. Previews will be held November 12th, 19th and 25th 2015 at 8pm and the shows official opening will be December 3rd, 2015 at 8pm. Midlife Crisis will play in the Anne L. Bernstein Theatre, sharing the space with "Perfect Crime."
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