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Review: 'Firebird' a Gay Military Drama with a Great Cast, No Surprises

Review: 'Firebird' a Gay Military Drama with a Great Cast, No Surprises

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 27
Director Peeter Rebane's "Firebird" is a tale of forbidden love behind the Iron Curtain of Soviet-occupied Estonia in the 1970s and '80s.

Review: 'Walking With Shadows' is Predictable and Flat

Review: 'Walking With Shadows' is Predictable and Flat

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 22
This film about a gay men who marries to meet his religious family's religious expectations under-delivers on its dramatic possibilities and plods to a predictable destination.

Review: 'Milkwater' a Captivating Character Study

Review: 'Milkwater' a Captivating Character Study

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 21
Morgan Ingari's comedy is a stirring, poignant character study of a young woman caught in one of life's dead zones, where she's not making progress — and not even sure she's feeling a need to.

Review: 'P.S. Burn This Letter Please' a Colorful Glimpse Into 50s/60s Drag

Review: 'P.S. Burn This Letter Please' a Colorful Glimpse Into 50s/60s Drag

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 21
"P.S. Burn This Letter Please" is a glimpse into NY's gay drag scene in the 1950s and '60s

Review: Affecting 'Jump, Darling' Succeeds Because of Cloris Leachman

Review: Affecting 'Jump, Darling' Succeeds Because of Cloris Leachman

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 20
Cloris Leachman's exquisite swan song is poignant and affecting.

Review: 'Charlatan' Diagnosis the Problem with Blind Faith

Review: 'Charlatan' Diagnosis the Problem with Blind Faith

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 19
This dour story has layers of meaning just under the surface.

Review: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

Review: Touching 'Being Thunder' a Welcome Contribution to Trans Cinema

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 18
Stephanie Lamorre's heart-touching documentary on Two-Spirit teenager Sherente Misihitasin is a welcome contribution to the burgeoning dialogue about the transgender community.

Review: Arvin Chen Strikes a Lyrical Tone with 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?'

Review: Arvin Chen Strikes a Lyrical Tone with 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?'

MOVIES | By Jake Mulligan | Jun 17
It's a great title. It's also one of the best films I've seen on the festival circuit in a very long time.

Review: 'Raw! Uncut! Video!' Chronicles the Rise and Fall of a Homegrown Gay Porn Studio

Review: 'Raw! Uncut! Video!' Chronicles the Rise and Fall of a Homegrown Gay Porn Studio

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 17
This look back at our queer history is not for the faint of heart.

Review: 'Rebel Dykes' Explores Queer London in the 1980s

Review: 'Rebel Dykes' Explores Queer London in the 1980s

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 16
Filmmakers Harri Shanahan, Sian A. Williams, and Siobhan Fahey revisit London in the 1980's with this fascinating documentary.

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