Nominees announced for 34th annual GLAAD Media Awards by Drag Race stars Salina EsTitties & Sasha Colby

Today, the world's largest LGBTQ+ media advocacy organization, GLAAD, announced the 295 nominees across 33 categories in its 34th Annual GLAAD Media Awards (see below for complete list of English and Spanish language nominees). Some of this year's nominees were ru-vealed by Drag Race season 15 stars Salina EsTitties and Sasha Colby in a "GLAAD Drag... Continue Reading →

Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival marks 30th anniversary during World Pride – full lineup announced

The lineup for the 30th anniversary of Queer Screen’s Mardi Gras Film Festival—running February 15th until March 2nd, 2023—has just been announced including several world and Australian premieres. A total of 166 films will screen over 16 days in cinemas, outdoors, and on demand at home alongside a program of panel discussions, workshops, industry networking... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: “everything good has to end” Young Royals stars Omar Rudberg & Edvin Ryding on the third & final season of the hit Netflix series

Following the news that the hit Swedish high school-set series Young Royals will return to Netflix for its third and final season, The Queer Review editor James Kleinmann spoke with its stars Edvin Ryding and Omar Rudberg—who play teenaged star-crossed lovers Prince Wilhelm and Simon in the show—about their reaction to the announcement. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ka2HYT1k99Q "Everything... Continue Reading →

LGBTQ+ highlights at Sundance 2023

The Sundance Institute has just announced the lineup of feature films for the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, running January 19th–29th in person in Park City, Salt Lake City, and the Sundance Resort, with select titles available nationwide online January 24th – 29th via the festival's digital platform. Of the 101 features revealed so far, 20%... Continue Reading →

Film Review: Spoiler Alert ★★★★

Even if you didn't know the full title of the bestselling memoir by entertainment journalist Michael Ausiello that this film is based on—Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies—within the opening moments you'll find out where it's eventually headed. We see a heathy looking, but distraught Michael (Jim Parsons) in a hospital bed lovingly facing an ailing... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Jim Parsons & Ben Aldridge on starring in powerful real-life gay love story Spoiler Alert

When Emmy-winning actor and producer Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) read entertainment journalist Michael Ausiello's 2020 bestselling memoir, Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies, a deeply moving, warts-and-all gay love story about Michael's 14-year relationship with his late husband Kit Cowan, Parsons immediately saw the cinematic potential in it. Jim Parsons as Michael Ausiello and... Continue Reading →

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