J.C. Calciano’s Is It Just Me? is a gay romantic-comedy of chat rooms, miscommunication and false identity.
For this week’s entry of Queerly Ever After, we take a look at 2002 French TV-movie You’ll Get Over It.
For this Queerly Ever After, we take a look at the 2012 film Morgan.
In Pray Away, viewers are led into the minds of those who founded, lead, and propagated one of the biggest conversion therapy developers.
In the documentary, The Sound of Identity, Lucia Lucas is the first transgender woman to headline a major opera production
Queerly Ever After #54 focuses on 1998’s Like It Is, a clunky-yet-endearing romantic drama set in Blackpool, England.
In the latest installment of Queerly Ever After, we take a look at 2016’s Fair Haven, a well-acted conversion therapy drama.
Directed by Zaida Bergroth, Tove allows the brilliant artist and author behind the Moomins to finally take center stage herself.
Film Inquiry sat down to talk with filmmaker Danielle Lessovitz ahead of the release of her new film, Port Authority.
In the latest installment of Queerly Ever After, we take a look at 2013’s Five Dances, a film about two men who find love in a dance studio.
In the latest Queerly Ever After, the focus is on My Big Gay Italian Wedding (2018), a gay rom-com set in the Italian countryside.
“I told y’all not to let the smooth taste fool you.” Those are the words of a winner, baby, as Symone is crowned the winner of season 13.
As far as reunions go, RuPaul’s Drag Race’s season 13 Reunited episode missed the memo on contestant drama, but the lip syncs are so stellar.
The moments that made this episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race worthy of a watch can be counted on one hand as the Top Four continues into the season 13 finale.
The Queerly Ever After column celebrates its 50th entry with Christophe Honoré’s 2007 film Love Songs (Les Chansons D’Amour).