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FilmOut LGBTQ+ Film Festival Presents 22nd Edition

FilmOut LGBTQ+ Film Festival Presents 22nd Edition

Aug 3, 2022

FilmOut San Diego's 22nd Annual LGBTQ Film Festival will take place from September 8-11, 2022. Dozens of films will be screened during the four-day festival.

Watch: Trailer Drops for Gay Rugby Flick 'In From the Side'

Watch: Trailer Drops for Gay Rugby Flick 'In From the Side'

By Kilian Melloy | Aug 1, 2022

Film festival hit "In From the Side," about two players on a gay English rugby team becoming involved in an affair, is coming to theaters. A new trailer for the film's UK release has dropped.

Queering Cinema: Dirk Bogarde in 'Victim'

Queering Cinema: Dirk Bogarde in 'Victim'

By Robert Nesti | Aug 1, 2022

"Victim" was a seminal film in queer film history — a suspense thriller about the blackmailing of gay men in England. But what led the secretive Dirk Bogarde to star in the film?

'Elité' Hottie Manu Ríos Just Landed A Role in Upcoming Queer Cowboy Film

'Elité' Hottie Manu Ríos Just Landed A Role in Upcoming Queer Cowboy Film

By Emell Adolphus | Jul 30, 2022

'Elité' Hottie Manu Ríos just landed a role in Pedro Almodovar's upcoming gay western. Almodovar describes the film as an "answer to 'Brokeback Mountain.'"

Madonna's Very Madonna Philosophy About Her Biopic

Madonna's Very Madonna Philosophy About Her Biopic

By Emell Adolphus | Jul 29, 2022

The Queen of Pop says she will direct her own biopic to keep her story away from misogynistic men.

Review: 'The Virgin Suicides' Remains Gorgeous Cinema in 4K Ultra HD

Review: 'The Virgin Suicides' Remains Gorgeous Cinema in 4K Ultra HD

By Greg Vellante | Jul 29, 2022

Just added to The Criterion Collection in 4K Ultra HD, Sofia Coppola's debut film is filled with remarkably intimate and insightful illuminations of young female lives.

Review: Eco-Fantasy 'Okja' Stunning in 4K Ultra HD

Review: Eco-Fantasy 'Okja' Stunning in 4K Ultra HD

By Greg Vellante | Jul 29, 2022

Bong Joon Ho's fantasy-laced film remains grounded in the reality of corporate evil and empathy-enriched friendship, becoming something fascinatingly complex.

Review: 'A Love Song' Tender, Devastating

Review: 'A Love Song' Tender, Devastating

By Megan Kearns | Jul 29, 2022

Dale Dickey and Wes Studi give exceptional, lived-in performances in Max Walker-Silverman's beautifully tender, quietly powerful film: A meditation on grief, romance, aging, and connection.

Watch: Trailer for NC-17 Marilyn Monroe Movie 'Blonde' Starring Ana de Armas Drops

Watch: Trailer for NC-17 Marilyn Monroe Movie 'Blonde' Starring Ana de Armas Drops

Jul 28, 2022

Netflix is sharing the first trailer for the highly anticipated Marilyn Monroe film "Blonde," starring Ana de Armas and directed by Andrew Dominik, which comes with a NC-17 rating.

Review: Great Voice Cast Anchors 'DC League of Super-Pets'

Review: Great Voice Cast Anchors 'DC League of Super-Pets'

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 27, 2022

This straightforward cartoon with a sense of humor about itself and an all-star voice cast is somewhat refreshing.

Review: Hulu's Dark Comedy 'Not Okay' is Trite and Boring

Review: Hulu's Dark Comedy 'Not Okay' is Trite and Boring

By Derek Deskins | Jul 27, 2022

"Not Okay" is unnecessary tedium that will be forgotten as quickly as it takes to refresh an Instagram feed.

Review: 'Vengeance' a Satire on True Crime Podcasts

Review: 'Vengeance' a Satire on True Crime Podcasts

By Padraic Maroney | Jul 27, 2022

"The Office" star B.J. Novak takes on true crime podcasting in his satirical feature directorial debut "Vengeance."

Aronofsky, Wilde Films Set for Venice Film Festival

Aronofsky, Wilde Films Set for Venice Film Festival

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 26, 2022

Darren Aronofsky's "The Whale," the Marilyn Monroe drama "Blonde," Luca Guadagnino's "Bones and All," with Timothée Chalamet, and more will all have their world premieres in competition at the Venice International Film Festival this fall.

Review: 'Anything's Possible' - Bill Porter's Trans Teen Directorial Debut

Review: 'Anything's Possible' - Bill Porter's Trans Teen Directorial Debut

By Brian Bromberger | Jul 26, 2022

The best way to approach Billy Porter's new film is to view it as a fantasy of what it should be like for young Black trans women, rather than the often realistic trauma scenario.

Love and Thunder: The Evolution Of Thor's Masculinity in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Love and Thunder: The Evolution Of Thor's Masculinity in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Jul 26, 2022

Who is the man behind Thor? His hyper-masculinity is played for laughs, but take a look beneath for a surprising message.

Noah Baumbach's 'White Noise' to Open Venice Film Festival

Noah Baumbach's 'White Noise' to Open Venice Film Festival

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 26, 2022

Director Noah Baumbach's adaptation of Don DeLillo's 1985 novel "White Noise" has been selected to open the Venice International Film Festival in August, festival director Alberto Barbera said Monday.

aGLIFF. Austin's LGBTQ+ Film Fest Announces Opening Night And First Five Films

aGLIFF. Austin's LGBTQ+ Film Fest Announces Opening Night And First Five Films

Jul 26, 2022

Austin's oldest film festival and premiere LGBTQ+ film fest of the Southwest, aGLIFF announces the Opening Night and five additional films for the 35th annual festival PRISM 35 taking place in-person August 24 - 28, 2022 in Austin, TX.

Spielberg to Debut 'The Fabelmans' at Toronto Film Festival

Spielberg to Debut 'The Fabelmans' at Toronto Film Festival

Jul 25, 2022

Steven Spielberg is bringing his highly personal film "The Fabelmans" to the Toronto International Film Festival this fall, organizers said Friday.

Jordan Peele's 'Nope' Debuts at No. 1 with $44 Million

Jordan Peele's 'Nope' Debuts at No. 1 with $44 Million

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 24, 2022

Jordan Peele 's UFO thriller "Nope" topped the North American charts in its first weekend in theaters with an estimated $44 million in ticket sales.

Queering Cinema: Joan Crawford in 'Torch Song'

Queering Cinema: Joan Crawford in 'Torch Song'

By Robert Nesti | Jul 24, 2022

In 1953, Joan Crawford returned to MGM to star in "Torch Song," and a camp classic was born.

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