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    People We Hate at the Wedding Is a Nuptials ‘Comedy’ You Can Skip

    People We Hate at the Wedding Is a Nuptials ‘Comedy’ You Can Skip

    By Gary M. Kramer– It is not easy to love People We Hate at the Wedding—a broad comedy out November 18 on Amazon Prime, about a dysfunctional family gathering for…

    Sex in the Movies: When Less Is More

    Sex in the Movies: When Less Is More

    By Jan Wahl– The film Bros is a good satire that is also fresh and funny. The scenes with the LBGTQ Museum grand opening and the people voting on how…

    Salvatore Showcases Ferragamo and Fabulous Shoes

    Salvatore Showcases Ferragamo and Fabulous Shoes

    By Gary M. Kramer– Gay filmmaker Luca Guadagnino’s affectionate documentary, Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams, narrated by Michael Stuhlbarg, presents the life and work of Salvatore Ferragamo (1898–1960) through interviews, archival…

    Patrick Hoffman Helps Preserve Broadway Performances of the Past and Present

    Patrick Hoffman Helps Preserve Broadway Performances of the Past and Present

    By Jan Wahl– From Ethel Merman to Harvey Fierstein, Julie Andrews to Hugh Jackman, Patrick Hoffman spends his days viewing and filming great Broadway performances of the past and present.…

    My Policeman Depicts a Gay Romance in 1950s Britain

    My Policeman Depicts a Gay Romance in 1950s Britain

    By Gary M. Kramer– The fusty British drama, My Policeman, opening in theaters October 21 and available on Prime Video November 4,recounts the love triangle that develops between characters Tom,…

    Madness in the Movies

    Madness in the Movies

    By Jan Wahl– Vivien Leigh and Lawrence Olivier are the subjects of a fascinating new book, Truly, Madly, vividly written by Stephen Galloway. Consider this revealing passage about the two-time…

    Highlights from My Recent Cruise to Ireland, Amsterdam, and London

    Highlights from My Recent Cruise to Ireland, Amsterdam, and London

    By Jan Wahl– Amsterdam is one hip city. There are rainbow flags everywhere. The smell of pot wafts around cafés. There are gorgeous canals and funky barges with liveaboards tending…

    Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane Talk About Being Bros

    Billy Eichner and Luke Macfarlane Talk About Being Bros

    By Gary M. Kramer– The gay romcom Bros, about gay history museum executive Bobby Leiber (co-writer Billy Eichner) meeting probate lawyer Aaron Shepard (Luke Macfarlane), is a queer throwback to…

    Dignity, Humor … and What Did She Have in That Purse?

    Dignity, Humor … and What Did She Have in That Purse?

    By Jan Wahl– Elizabeth the Second was a monarch who was so complicated that she needed three women to play her in The Crown. She herself was often an enigma,…

    Mill Valley Film Festival 2022 Showcases Some Great LGBTQ Films

    Mill Valley Film Festival 2022 Showcases Some Great LGBTQ Films

    By Gary M. Kramer– The Mill Valley Film Festival opens October 6 with Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, with director Rian Johnson and actors Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom, Jr.,…

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