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Matt Shepard is A Friend of Mine

By Louise Adams | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
Fifteen years after his murder gained international attention, friend Michele Josue tells about the person behind the martyr in her 85-minute documentary.

The Way He Looks

By Scott Douglas | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
Even the bad guy can be forgiven in this one, as he helps the movie progress to a final understanding where even he comes to have a change of heart.


By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
Bruce LaBruce (The Raspberry Reich," "Otto; or, Up With Dead People") is back with another sure-to-be controversial take on love and sexuality.

Snails in the Rain

By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
A gorgeous young student's life reaches a place of anxious suspension, as his future, his relationship, and his sexuality all confound him in Yariv Mozer's taut, moody film.

Such Good People

By Kevin Taft | Monday Sep 29, 2014
Lifeless direction betrays the good intentions of fine actors in a comedy that wants to be whacky, but can't get it up.

Tru Love

By Jake Mulligan | Sunday Sep 28, 2014
This may not be any great shakes, but it's a much better movie than its goofy title would suggest.

The 10 Year Plan

By Padraic Maroney | Sunday Sep 28, 2014
Using every romantic comedy cliche invented, "The 10 Year Plan" finds itself as a back up plan rather than a premium choice.


By Kilian Melloy | Friday Sep 26, 2014
Ben Whishaw and Cheng Pei Pei butt heads and hearts, throw down, and find a way to talk to each other despite language gaps and cultural barriers in Hong Khaou's poignant film "Lilting."

GLAAD Slams Hollywood for Poor Portrayal of LGBT Community

By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Jul 22, 2014
GLAAD is criticizing Hollywood's portrayal of the LGBT community in a new report this week, saying filmmakers are failing to represent gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals.

The Normal Heart

By Kilian Melloy | Thursday May 22, 2014
Larry Kramer’s "The Normal Heart" is "semi-autobiographical" in nature. In this case, what that means seems to be that Kramer ripped snippets out of his diaries and stitched them together into a story, with himself as both hero and bugbear.