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    Closeted Teens Fake Date in Queer Irish Comedy

    Closeted Teens Fake Date in Queer Irish Comedy

    By Gary Kramer– Out gaywriter/director David Freyne’s charming sophomore feature Dating Amber, now available on demand, is, the filmmaker said in a recent Zoom interview, “as autobiographical as I’m going…

    Docs That Rock!

    Docs That Rock!

    By Jan Wahl– Some of my favorite movies are fascinating documentaries. They educate, inspire, entertain. I can be taken to a new realm of knowledge, history can be opened up,…

    Ammonite Presents a Vigorous Lesbian Romance

    Ammonite Presents a Vigorous Lesbian Romance

    By Gary Kramer– Ammonite is the sophomore feature by out gay writer/director Francis Lee (God’s Own Country). This romantic drama is set in the 1840s in the British coastal town…

    Young Hunter Explores Gay Male Teen Sexuality with a Twist

    Young Hunter Explores Gay Male Teen Sexuality with a Twist

    By Gary Kramer– Out gay Argentine filmmaker Marco Berger applies his patented style—long, lingering, homoerotic shots of two guys, more silence than dialogue—to a kind of thriller narrative in his…

    French Miniseries Proud Is Worth Cheering

    French Miniseries Proud Is Worth Cheering

    By Gary Kramer– Now available on DVD is Proud, an engaging, three-part French mini-series from 2018 about fathers and sons, gay life in France, and the politics and social change…

    Films to Watch During Frameline’s Final Weekend

    Films to Watch During Frameline’s Final Weekend

    By Gary Kramer– Frameline 44 ends Sunday, but there are several films worth checking out this weekend. Here is a rundown (in chronological order) of what to watch. In director…

    Highlights of Frameline 44

    Highlights of Frameline 44

    By Gary Kramer– The 44th edition of the Frameline Film Festival will take place virtually September 17–27 this year. The festival opens with a screening of S–t and Champagne, about…

    Looking at A Different Story Decades Later

    Looking at A Different Story Decades Later

    By Gary Kramer– Now available on Blu-ray and DVD is the 1978 queer romantic comedy-drama A Different Story. The film received mixed reviews upon its original theatrical release—its sexual politics…

    Gay USA Screening and Panel Will Revisit 1977 SF Pride Parade

    Gay USA Screening and Panel Will Revisit 1977 SF Pride Parade

    By Gary Kramer– The San Francisco GLBT Historical Society Museum and Archive is hosting a special screening of the late, great, gay filmmaker Arthur J. Bressan, Jr.’s landmark 1977 documentary…

    Ambitious Boys State Shows Teens Learning About Government

    Ambitious Boys State Shows Teens Learning About Government

    By Gary Kramer– The new documentary Boys State, directed by Amanda McBaine and Jesse Moss, is as ambitious as the young men the filmmakers follow. Four teenagers in Texas are…

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