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    Gay Filmmaker Francois Ozon’s Frantz Is Both a Handsome Romantic Melodrama and Ghost Story

    Gay Filmmaker Francois Ozon’s Frantz Is Both a Handsome Romantic Melodrama and Ghost Story

    By Gary M. Kramer Frantz, by gay French filmmaker François Ozon, is a black and white costume drama, set in 1919 Germany. A loose remake of the Ernst Lubitsch drama…

    Hula Master Patrick Makuakāne and Dancers to Perform at San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Concert Paradise Found

    Hula Master Patrick Makuakāne and Dancers to Perform at San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Concert Paradise Found

    San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC) events are always among the best of the year, but we are especially excited about Paradise Found, which will be presented March 30–April 1…

    Sister Dana Sez, “Last Week Was Saint Patrick’s Day.”

    Sister Dana Sez, “Last Week Was Saint Patrick’s Day.”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “Last week was St. Patrick’s Day. How many of us wore green on that great day? And how many of us awoke the next…

    Sister Dana Sez, “I Hope After Drinking Copius Amounts of Green Beer…”

    Sister Dana Sez, “I Hope After Drinking Copius Amounts of Green Beer…”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “I hope after drinking copious amounts of green beer on St. Patrick’s Day, they don’t find me in an Irish blackout chasing after an imaginary…

    Forceful and Moving New Documentary Chronicles Fight for Marriage Equality

    Forceful and Moving New Documentary Chronicles Fight for Marriage Equality

    By Gary M. Kramer The fight for gay marriage was a long and hard won battle. While the outcome is common knowledge, how marriage equality happened step-by-step is less well…

    2017 Academy Awards: Who Will Likely Win but Who Should Win

    2017 Academy Awards: Who Will Likely Win but Who Should Win

    By Gary M. Kramer The 2017 Academy Awards are this weekend. But who will win, and who should win? Here are some educated guesses. Best Picture Nominees: Arrival, Fences, Hacksaw…

    Sister Dana Sez, “And the Oscar for Best Actor in a Presidential Farce…”

    Sister Dana Sez, “And the Oscar for Best Actor in a Presidential Farce…”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana sez, “And the Oscar for the Best Actor in a Presidential Farce or Musical Major Mess-up Movie goes to Donald Jackass T-rump. Accepting the award…

    Sister Dana Sez,”Flowers, candy, red hearts, and romance is what VALENTINE’S DAY is all about, right?

    Sister Dana Sez,”Flowers, candy, red hearts, and romance is what VALENTINE’S DAY is all about, right?

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity Sister Dana Sez: “Flowers, candy, red hearts, and romance is what VALENTINE’S DAY is all about, right? Well, maybe not—at least not in the historical sense. In…

    LGBT Movie Standouts at The Mostly British Film Festival

    LGBT Movie Standouts at The Mostly British Film Festival

    By Gary M. Kramer The Mostly British Film Festival, unspooling February 16–23 at the Vogue Theater, 3290 Sacramento Street, in San Francisco, showcases a number of films by gay directors,…

    Academy Award-Nominated Documentary I Am Not Your Negro Reminds Viewers of James Baldwin’s Greatness and Still-Relevant Work

    Academy Award-Nominated Documentary I Am Not Your Negro Reminds Viewers of James Baldwin’s Greatness and Still-Relevant Work

    By Gary M. Kramer Raoul Peck’s rousing, provocative documentary, I Am Not Your Negro, opening February 3 in San Francisco, is a tone poem and a clarion call. This urgent,…

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