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  • Adam and Steve
    Revisited queer cinema: Adam and Steve by Craig Chester (2005)
    Craig Chester is celebrating the tenth anniversary of showcasing his triple-threats. The actor, who spent on-screen time in films and programs like Swoon, Grief, Frisk, Kiss Me Guido, Law and Order and Sex and The City, wrote, directed and acted...
  • Trans love story transcends familar story
    Trans Star Shows There's Much More to the Story Than "Boy Meets Girl"
    ‘Boy Meets Girl,” a very lauded film at last year’s GLBT film festivals, has snuck into your on-demand systems last week and a DVD will follow April 28.Aside from the winning and natural performance from lead Michelle Hendley, I...
  • Max Lesser
    Actor Max Lesser talks Tribeca Film Festival premiere of 'Ashby'
    As expected, Tribeca Film Festival is delivering quality work again this year.One of the stand-outs is Australian director Tony McNamara’s comedy-drama “Ashby” starring Mickey Rourke and Nat Wolff. The brainy comedy made its...
  • "First Period" - School's in Session
    Totally Rockin' Leads With a Twist Make "First Period" Fun Last Forever
    When a film festival comes around, you need to see a lot of movies. So they really need to impress to stand out.I think I saw about 50 movies in the course of six days last year in preparation for the Frameline Film Festival.Many of the movies...
  • No passport needed to experience a world of cinema at Music Box
    No passport needed to experience a world of cinema at Music Box
    Music Box Theatre is synonymous with Chicago yet this week the city’s landmark cinema takes on a national and international flare with special geographically-inspired film events.The London stage can be experienced tonight thanks to the 7 p...
  • Fashion plays a part at SFIFF
    GLBT Voices Heard at SF International Film Festival
    The San Francisco International Film Festival starts this week and there really is something for everyone.The festival, which runs from April 23-May 7, has tributes to big Hollywood stars like Richard Gere to great talents behind the screen such...
  • Jean-Pierre Darroussin stars in the comedy "Get Well Soon" at ColCoa
    Coffee, croissants and free French films in April
    UPDATED for Friday, April 24, 2015 - My Friend Victoria (Mon amie Victoria), based on a Doris Lessing story, is Friday's free Morning Rerun drama.Love French film? 40-Love (Terre Battue), Blind Date (Un Peu, Beaucoup, Aveuglement), and Love at...
  • Chicago becomes a fashion haven this spring
    Chicago becomes a fashion haven this spring
    This Friday, April 24, Music Box Theatre will become a House of Dior when Frédéric Tcheng’s documentary Dior and I opens. In celebration of the film, Blake Chicago (which carries Dior) will donate a raffle gift card of $500. Everyone who...
  • Bass Clef Bliss film
    BASS CLEF BLISS a touching Autism documentary opens Friday
    In Bass Clef Bliss (, the powerful new feature documentary, we see Therese come to terms with this heartwrenching diagnosis - like so many other parents today -- and then find the courage to persevere, to find a way to...
  • Films starring Fanny Ardant and Catherine Deneuve  will be screened at Col Coa
    Free screening of new French film
    Adventurous Francophile? Adults are invited to a free "blind date" with an exclusive new French film at the ColCoa French Film Festival on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 
6 p.m. in the Renoir Theatre at the Directors Guild, located at 7920...
  • Paul Blart Mall Cop 2
    Paul Blart Mall Cop 2
    I will cheerfully admit that I approached this movie with low expectations. I knew with certainty that what I was about to see was absolutely not any Gone With the Wind, or The Godfather or Imitation Game. And to make matters worse it was a sequel...
  • Documentary shows how Batman encourages, inspires people to do good and overcome
    Documentary shows how Batman encourages, inspires people to do good and overcome
    Kendarius Dupree, 12, of Jackson, wore a black T-shirt with a large Batman symbol on the front and was very excited to see “Legends of the Knight” Thursday night at Union University. The documentary, which featured true stories of how...
  • Movie Review: 'Unfriended'
    Movie Review: 'Unfriended'
    By Kyle Osborne"It looks really bad." That is the spontaneous and universal response I've received from every person to whom I've mentioned the new movie, "Unfriended." And that would include my twenty year-old daughter...
  • Jean Genet
    Revisited queer cinema: Un Chant D'amour or A Song of Love by Jean Genet (1950)
    Jean Genet, the French writer, poet, essayist and filmmaker, remained active well into the eighties, both politically and prolifically writing before dying in 1986, at the age of seventy-five. This April 15th is twenty-nine years since his death...
  • Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2
    'Paul Blart Mall Cop 2' takes New York by storm
    OnApril 13, 2015, The Moms hosted a special screening of "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2," at AMC Lincoln Square.Kevin James, Ryan Sanders of the National Fatherhood Initiative and director Andy Fickman were in attendance.Media personalities...
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