The push for reform within the criminal justice system is often discussed from an inner-city perspective in the media. What is not mentioned is that misuse of power in policing and the courts has a great impact on those in rural communities as well. Returning to his hometown of Grayling, Michigan, director Angelo Madsen Minax […]
Wwriter/director Bretten Hannam brings a refreshing approach to this road movie, making it a captivating journey of self discovery.
For those of us swimming in memories of LGBT film festivals, Tu Me Manques won’t recreate the experience at home, but it is never disingenuous and, even at its least effective, always has its heart in the right place.
An engaging examination of what it means to be free, Someone Like Me reminds us that no one should be forced to hide their true self.
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François Ozon delivers a queer love story that isn't defined by tragedy, yet death permeates every frame.
No Ordinary Man is a stunner of a documentary. It’s a hybrid really, in which the filmmakers Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt add just the right dose of creative fiction to galvanise the largely forgotten history of a trans icon, American Jazz musician Billy Tipton.
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