Film / TV

At The Box Office | August 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, July 2017 Issue. The Little Hours In theaters | 90 minutes | R | Comedy, Romance Foul-mouthed, sexually repressed nuns break out of their monastic habits [...]

Film Hawk

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By Hans Pedersen, July 2017 Issue. Based on the life of producer and film consultant Robert Hawk, the new documentary Film Hawk is now available on tribecashortlist.com. Hawk [...]

“secs & EXECS”

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By Megan Wadding, June 2017 Issue. Mindy Sterling, who is best recognized as Dr. Evil’s loudmouth, right-hand lady, Frau Farbissina from the Austin Powers films, is [...]

At The Box Office | July 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, July 2017 Issue. Laerte-se Now available on Netflix | 100 minutes | Documentary Tracing the life of Brazilian cartoonist Laerte Coutinho, who came out as a [...]

At The Box Office | June 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, June 2017 Issue. Staying Vertical Available on DVD May 30 | 98 minutes | Unrated | Comedy, Drama Openly gay, award-winning French director Alain Guiraudie [...]

“What Happens at The Abbey”

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By Nikole Tower, June 2017 Issue. In the very same month that West Hollywood’s most iconic gay bar celebrates its 26th anniversary E! is premiering “What Happens at The [...]

At The Box Office | May 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, May 2017 Issue. Power Rangers Now playing in theaters | PG-13 | 124 minutes | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi From Beauty and the Beast to Star Trek, LGBTQ [...]

Kiki

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By Hans Pedersen, April 2017 Issue. Kiki is fierce, dazzling and sassy all at once. In this documentary Swedish director Sara Jordenö explores the lives queer youth of color [...]

At The Box Office | April 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, April 2017 Issue. Almost Adults Now playing on iTunes | 90 minutes | Comedy, Drama Best friends – Cassie, who’s straight, and Mackenzie, who’s gay [...]

Departure

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By Hans Pedersen, April 2017 Issue. From the imagination of writer and director Andrew Steggall comes the thought-provoking and cathartic feature that’s centered around the [...]

At The Box Office | March 2017

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By Hans Pedersen, March 2017 Issue. The Watermelon Woman Now playing on iTunes | Unrated | 90 Minutes This 1996 indie, written and directed by Cheryl Dunye, is a rare gem [...]

Shared Rooms

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By Hans Pedersen, January 2017 Issue. If you’re looking to don some gay apparel this holiday, you may remember our joyful list of holiday films with LGBTQ themes, including [...]

Spa Night

November 17, 2016 // 0 Comments

By Hans Pedersen, December 2016 Issue.  Spa Night unveils the collision between two worlds when an Asian-American teenager on the brink of manhood witnesses same-sex hookups [...]

At The Box Office | December 2016

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By Hans Pedersen, December 2016 Issue. Fire Song Now Playing on DVD/iTunes | 96 minutes Shane (Andrew Martin) is a gay Anishinaabe teen living in Ontario, whose family is [...]

First Girl I Loved

October 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

By Hans Pedersen, November 2016 Issue. If you watched the coming-of-age romance First Girl I Loved with no prior knowledge of it, you might find the tale to be so radiant [...]
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