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By Kilian Melloy | Monday Dec 10, 2012
Whatever mainstream movies Oscar graces next year, your columnist submits this short list as 2012’s unmissable essentials for GLBT cinema -- For Your Consideration.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Jun 6, 2012
Aside from a few lines of contemporary dialogue here and there, Alan Brown’s film "Private Romeo" uses "Romeo and Juliet" the way musicians use popular music, setting raw emotion to lyrical text and refined rhythms.
Saturday Oct 1, 2011
image+nation, the oldest LGBT film festival in Canada, is proud to celebrate its spirit of openness with this year’s theme: "share your stories with the ones you love."
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Aug 4, 2011
"The Seminarian" delves deep into the soul (and isn’t shy about revealing the body) of a closeted young man studying theology at a conservative school. Writer-director Joshua Lim tells EDGE all about it.
By Kyle Thomas Smith | Friday May 6, 2011
"Stonewall Uprising" succeeds in impressing upon us just how far we’ve come, thanks to the rumbles of a ragtag rabble, despite how much farther the struggle for gay rights still has to go.
By Sean Yoong | Wednesday Mar 30, 2011
Malaysia’s first gay-themed romance film has become a swift box-office success, attracting curious cinema audiences who rarely get to see movies centered on sexuality because of strict censorship in this Muslim-majority nation, its producer said Wednesday
By Steve Weinstein | Thursday Mar 3, 2011
Crayton Robey’s sensational new documentary Making the Boys explores how the seminal gay dramady The Boys in the Band came to be as an off-Broadway sensation & film, & the continuing profound influence of the first-ever honest portrayal of urban gay men.
By Sean Yoong | Thursday Nov 11, 2010
Muslim-majority Malaysia’s first gay romance movie opens with playful scenes of a bare-chested male couple massaging each other on a beach at night - but their euphoria soon evaporates in a story that seeks to placate both conservative government censors and contemporary audiences hungry for edgy material.
By Kevin Taft | Tuesday Jun 22, 2010
Ricky is a Chinese immigrant living in Hong Kong, desperate to find connections to other people. Pascal is a street thief looking for connections of his own. When he happens to steal Ricky’s wallet, their fates collide and a connection... for better or worse... is born.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday May 11, 2010
EDGEH Catches up with documentary filmmaker Stu Maddux at the world premiere of his groundbreaking new movie, Gen Silent.
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