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.
Danielle Solzman joins Courtney for Disclosure!
Carolyn Mauricette joins Courtney for Climax!
Lenin M. Sivam’s emotionally harrowing drama Roobha examines love, identity, and intolerance.
Henry Golding is beguiling in Khaou's 'Lilting' follow-up.
If anyone knows the power of a monster in the closet, it’s the gays.
Mark Wahlberg stars in latest drama from Brokeback Mountain writers Diana Ossana and Larry McMurtry.
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.
Read reviews on dreamy erotic tales from Brazil and queer history docs from the U.S.
Flavio Alves's tender drama The Garden Left Behind follows a young undocumented trans woman living in New York City.
Shudder embraces Pride Month with an updated Queer Horror collection featuring Scream, Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street.
Film critic Paolo Kagaoan joins Courtney to discuss Sean Baker's Tangerine!
Catch up on hidden gems like Bliss and Rakifi.