From drag kids to lady vampires, we round up the best of New York's queer film fest.
"Every step of the way was a fight to protect this movie in a culture that didn’t have a space for it yet."
The rom-com stars Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding, and Emma Thompson.
She did her best, but when it comes to "The Manchurian Candidate," Meryl couldn't hold Lumière's candle to the OG Mrs. Potts.
The rock legend, who composed the score for the original film, threw shade at the new version's "hugely disappointing" soundtrack.
Director Stephen Kijak's "Sid & Judy" explores how the icon's marriage to Sidney Luft reignited her career—and why her concerts were better than any gay bar.
Get your first look at Jack Whitehall in the live-action movie.
"The Addams Family" matriarch is mysterious and spooky, and all together fabulous. Snap, snap.
"I felt we were in the right hands."
"I can’t tell who initiated the next moment..."
Twenty years after "Boys Don't Cry," Scott Turner Schofield brings a positive trans portrayal to "The Conductor."
With his Cannes-winning performance in "Pain and Glory," the actor pays tribute to his mentor, director Pedro Almodóvar.
"It's October 3rd."
A24 is publishing a "shrine" to the Oscar-winning gay-themed film.
An ode to a recent reunion of the funnest people we know.
The actor-director's revealing documentary "All Male, All Nude: Johnsons" may be the next best thing to "Hustlers."
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Writer and creator Julian Fellowes has plans for Thomas Barrow.
Director Matt Tyrnauer on Trump's infamous mentor: "He was a monster."
Life is a banquet… or a strip club. Either way, these grande dames ain't starving to death.