Del Shores is securing funding for a movie adaptation of his 2003 award-winning play, “The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife” to be filmed in Atlanta beginning in March. Jim Brams, who is the...
Now that “Burlesque” is a Thanksgiving leftover, there are still cinematic holiday treats for LGBT audiences. As usual Santa has more for gay men than lesbians (Hey, y’all had “The Kids Are All Right” and “Chloe” this year!), but that’s just because he’s gay.
“Black Swan” raised gay women’s anticipation with its trailer showing groping and a liplock between Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis, and Portman alone under the covers. Is she…?
Yes, she is, and yes, they are, but if context matters to you, “Black Swan” is not a lesbian movie. A paranoid thriller set in the ballet world (which makes it of interest to some gay men, although it’s even less gay than “Mao’s Last Dancer,” if that’s possible), it’s a mash-up of “The Red Shoes,” “The Turning Point” and “All about Eve,” but with a twist.
'Howl,' 'Sex in an Epidemic' and 'A Marine Story' among those showing tonight
Tonight's line-up features documentaries, lesbian drama and a film by Atlanta filmmakers
The 2010 Out on Film Festival opens with "You Should Meet My Son" tonight at Landmark Midtown Art Cinema