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By Luke Hicks
From Pablo Larrain’s ‘Ema’ to Ryan Murphy’s ‘The Prom’ to Paul Verhoeven’s ‘Benedetta,’ 2020 is shaping up to be a wonderful year for LGBTQ cinema.
By Farah Cheded
In trading dialogue for lyrics, ‘Transparent’ both profits and loses. Our take:
From Pose to Blood Orange to Drag Race, this influential queer documentary lives on.
The queer Canadian filmmaker offers a funny yet critical take on gender and sexuality.
Here are some of the LGBTQ+ flicks we’re looking forward to checking out in the near future.
Filmmakers from around the world offered a wide range of queer narratives this year.
‘Happiest Season’ will add crucial voices to the increasingly representative romantic comedy genre.
After winning a legal battle that lifted the ban on the film in Kenya, Wanuri Kahiu’s film reminds us why stories of oppression are as important as ever.
By Sheryl Oh
Fueled by desperation, anger, and even unlikely love, an all-star cast leads the charge of a vital story of self-acceptance.