Fall promises plenty of LGBT film fare

Films about French lesbians, gay historical figures and HIV med smugglers are high on our movie list for fall, but a big part of the buzz is what’s shaping up as quite likely the fiercest Best Actress race ever.

Let’s assume Oprah Winfrey will run in the supporting category for “Lee Daniels’ the Butler” and Harvey Weinstein will find a diplomatic solution to the co-lead status of Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts in “August: Osage County.”

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Actor’s Express celebrates 25th season with gay-favorites

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The 2012-2013 marks the 25th anniversary of Actor's Express and from the schedule released today, there are plenty of options for gay audiences to applaud. A dead president in tight jeans, (potential) full nudity in "Equus" and a tantalizing love affair in "Kiss of the Spider Women" as well as more.

"Kiss of the Spider Woman," winner of seven Tony Awards, kicks off the season of the Atlanta theater on Aug. 22 and is directed by openly gay artistic director Freddie Ashley.