Sandra Oh & Stephanie Beatriz to be honoured at 19th annual Outfest Fusion QTBIPOC Film Festival running April 8-17th – full lineup announced

Sandra Oh will receive Outfest's James Schamus Ally Award and Stephanie Beatriz will be honoured with the organization's Fusion Achievement Award this Friday, April 8th at the opening Gala of the 2022 Outfest Fusion QTBIPOC Film Festival, which runs in-person until April 13th and then continues online through April 17th. The opening night gala at... Continue Reading →

Fire Island: a first look at director Andrew Ahn & writer-star Joel Kim Booster’s modern-day queer spin on Austen’s Pride & Prejudice

Dreaming of that summer vacation in the Pines? Searchlight Pictures has just released a tantalizing array of first look holiday snaps from the set of director Andrew Ahn's Fire Island, premiering on Hulu this Pride Month, on Friday, June 3rd. Written by and starring Joel Kim Booster as Noah, Fire Island, is a queer modern-day rom-com inspired... Continue Reading →

Jane Campion’s queer western The Power of the Dog leads the pack as LGBTQ critics reveal 2022 Dorian Film Award nominations

GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics has just revealed the nominations for its 2022 Dorian film awards. Jane Campion’s queer western leads the pack, with nine nods for The Power of the Dog, including best film, LGBTQ film, director, and three for acting. Jonas Poher Rasmussen's animated documentary Flee, Rebecca Hall's 1920s set drama... Continue Reading →

Inspired by Jonathan Larson’s legacy High School students from across the US unite to perform Louder Than Words from tick, tick…BOOM!

“Jonathan Larson is the composer who made me want to write", Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda told The Queer Review earlier this week at the New York premiere of his feature directorial debut tick, tick…BOOM! The film is an adaptation of the autobiographical musical by Jonathan Larson, who revolutionsed musical theatre as... Continue Reading →

Lee Laa Ray Guillory wins Queer|Art’s Illuminations Grant for Black Trans Women Visual Artists

New York's Queer|Art—founded in 2009 by filmmaker Ira Sachs to support a generation of LGBTQ+ artists that lost mentors to the AIDS Crisis of the 1980s—has just announced that Lee Laa Ray Guillory is the winner of the organization's second annual Illuminations Grant for Black Trans Women Visual Artists. The New Orleans-based interdisciplinary artist will... Continue Reading →

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