Topics :: GLBT media depictions

Transparent: New Dark Comedy About A Family Facing Their Truths

By David-Elijah Nahmod | Sunday Sep 28, 2014
"One family, no apologies" is the tag line printed across Amazon Prime's promotional poster for their new series "Transparent." Ten thirty-minute episodes have been produced for the freshman season.

Burning Blue

By Kevin Taft | Saturday Sep 27, 2014
A valiant, but not wholly successful effort to combine the intensity of "Top Gun" with the romance of "Brokeback Mountain."


By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Sep 24, 2014
Playwright Martin Sherman's 1979 drama about the Nazi persecution of gays remains powerful in the opening production of Zeitgeist Stage Company's 14th Season.


By Roger Walker-Dack | Friday Sep 19, 2014
If you love excellent Brit comedies, then you will love this movie. It's currently a smash hit in the UK, and looks likely to repeat that success in the U.S.

'The Walking Dead' to Introduce Gay Character?

By Rhuaridh Marr | Saturday Sep 6, 2014
There has been a lot of discussion lately surrounding AMC's "The Walking Dead" and its gay characters - or, more precisely, lack thereof.

Rowhouse Showdown :: SoCal Boys Show Us How to Get It Done

By Joel Martens | Friday Sep 5, 2014
Joshua Altman and Geoffrey Taft are a couple whose work flipping properties has led to stardom as TV's new renovation mavens. They're featured on "Roadhouse Showdown," airing on A&E's new FYI network.

Ira Sachs on 'Love is Strange'

By David Lamble | Saturday Aug 30, 2014
An interview with "Love is Strange" director Ira Sachs explores his philosophy and methods as American queer film's most adroit chronicler of relationships.

The Last Match

By Michael Cox | Friday Aug 29, 2014
"The Last Match" doesn't fit into a nice little package. Though it may be one of the sexiest films of the year, it is also a compelling social critique and an captivating examination of complex human relationships.

'Love is Strange' and Alfred Molina is Lovely

By Chris Carpenter | Sunday Aug 17, 2014
Award-winning actor Alfred Molina may be most recognized for the heavies he has played on screen, but he's also played gay, as in his new film, in which he an John Lithgow portray a longtime couple.

Lea DeLaria Puts 'Spotlight on Diversity' in LGBT Media Panel

By Winnie McCroy | Friday Aug 15, 2014
Lea DeLaria will join other LGBT actors and creators on August 17 in Los Angeles when The Box Scene Project and BAYCAT hold their "Spotlight on Diversity: A Conversation & Celebration of LGBT Media Representation."