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    Cooper Koch Talks About the New Queer Thriller They/Them

    Cooper Koch Talks About the New Queer Thriller They/Them

    By Gary M. Kramer– Out gay actor Cooper Koch delivers a breakout performance in They/Them, a fabulous queer horror film now out on Peacock. Koch plays Stu, one of more…

    Activist, Actress, and Filmmaker Lee Grant Remains Outspoken and Daring, Even in Her 90s

    Activist, Actress, and Filmmaker Lee Grant Remains Outspoken and Daring, Even in Her 90s

    By Jan Wahl– I recently spoke with actress, activist, and filmmaker Lee Grant for the San Francisco Bay Times; she won the Academy Award as the horny, frustrated Beverly Hills…

    Sister Dana sez, “Happy TRANSGENDER HISTORY MONTH to everyone!”

    Sister Dana sez, “Happy TRANSGENDER HISTORY MONTH to everyone!”

    Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “Happy TRANSGENDER HISTORY MONTH to everyone! And even though it’s almost halfway through, there is plenty more…

    Billy Porter Talks About His Directorial Debut, Anything’s Possible

    Billy Porter Talks About His Directorial Debut, Anything’s Possible

    By Gary M. Kramer– Billy Porter brings style and verve to his directorial debut with the upbeat romance Anything’s Possible. The film, which dropped July 22 on Prime Video, has…

    Hot Summer Reads

    Hot Summer Reads

    By Jan Wahl– She’s how Oscar Wilde made his trip to America … and San Francisco! You might not know her name, but she ran one of the largest publishing…

    Sister Dana sez, “See y’all at the UP YOUR ALLEY fair!”

    Sister Dana sez, “See y’all at the UP YOUR ALLEY fair!”

    Words of Wisdumb from a Fun Nun– By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “See y’all at the UP YOUR ALLEY fair! You don’t have to have a kink or fetish…

    Bay Area Filmmaker Debuts New Documentary on Andrea Dworkin

    Bay Area Filmmaker Debuts New Documentary on Andrea Dworkin

    By Gary M. Kramer– Andrea Dworkin was an outspoken writer and radical feminist who was outraged by how women are treated in society. Bay Area filmmaker Pratibha Parmar’s documentary My…

    Critically Acclaimed Deal with the Dragon Is More Provocative Now Than Ever

    Critically Acclaimed Deal with the Dragon Is More Provocative Now Than Ever

    Kevin Rolston creates a complex world—dark, funny, and completely unpredictable—in Deal with the Dragon, a genuine tour de force. As the title suggests, Rolston’s play is the result of his…

    The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 42!

    The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 42!

    By Jan Wahl– Judgement at Nuremberg, with Judy Garland and Montgomery Clift killing it as survivors of Nazi cruelty. The Sorrow and the Pity, a documentary spectacular about France’s vicious…

    Sister Dana sez, “Now that Pride Month is over, should we be less proud?”

    Sister Dana sez, “Now that Pride Month is over, should we be less proud?”

    By Sister Dana Van Iquity– Sister Dana sez, “Now that Pride Month is over, should we be less proud? Absolutely not! LGBTQ Pride is 24/7 and 365! It ain’t never gonna end!”…

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