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    Off the Wahl: Motorcycle Women in Movies

    Off the Wahl: Motorcycle Women in Movies

    By Jan Wahl– Riding in the SF Pride Parade has been one of my greatest experiences and honors. Meeting the Dykes on Bikesâ (who proudly lead the parade) is also…

    Talking with the Director of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

    Talking with the Director of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

    By Gary M. Kramer– Jonathan Butterell makes a splashy feature film directorial debut with Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, a crowd-pleasing screen adaptation of the hit West End musical he directed…

    New Version of Berlin Alexanderplatz Has Soul, Heart, and Spirit

    New Version of Berlin Alexanderplatz Has Soul, Heart, and Spirit

    By Gary M. Kramer– A new adaptation of Alfred Döblin’s Berlin Alexanderplatz arrives on DVD August 31. (It is also available on demand.) This sweeping, 3-hour epic about good and…

    Writer and Director François Ozon Talks About His New Gay Romance

    Writer and Director François Ozon Talks About His New Gay Romance

    By Gary M. Kramer– Out gay filmmaker François Ozon’s Summer of 85, available August 17 on DVD, is an absorbing and sensitive teenage romance that shifts into a crime drama.…

    Swan Song Is a Gay Road Movie That Never Leaves Town

    Swan Song Is a Gay Road Movie That Never Leaves Town

    By Gary M. Kramer– Swan Song, opening August 6, isthe third entry in out gay writer/director Todd Stephens’ “Sandusky” trilogy. It is based on an iconic man Stephens knew in…

    Opposites Connect in Eytan Fox’s Gay Israeli Drama Sublet

    Opposites Connect in Eytan Fox’s Gay Israeli Drama Sublet

    By Gary M. Kramer– Out gay filmmaker Eytan Fox’s poignant dramady Sublet, now out on DVD, has The New York Times travel writer Michael (John Benjamin Hickey) arriving in Tel…

    Frameline’s Focus on Taiwan Program Offers Some Worthwhile Films

    Frameline’s Focus on Taiwan Program Offers Some Worthwhile Films

    By Gary M. Kramer– The Frameline Film Festival is winding down, but there is still time to catch some films streaming on the fest’s site through June 27. A highlight…

    What to Watch at Frameline45

    What to Watch at Frameline45

    By Gary M. Kramer– The 45th edition of the Frameline Film Festival will take place June 10–27 both in theaters—at the Fort Mason Flix Drive-in, the Castro, and the Roxie—as…

    Tove Is an Uneven Biopic of the ‘Moomin’ Books Creator

    Tove Is an Uneven Biopic of the ‘Moomin’ Books Creator

    By Gary M. Kramer– Tove, a handsomely mounted biographical drama, chronicles the life of the bisexual artist and author of the Moomin books, Tove Jansson (Alma Pöysti), from 1944–1952. The…

    Altered Innocence Features a Mixtape of LGBT Coming of Age Films

    Altered Innocence Features a Mixtape of LGBT Coming of Age Films

    By Gary M. Kramer– A collection of recent and classic international short films about gay, lesbian, trans, and straight characters all coming of age, Altered Innocence Volume 1—out May 25…

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