The Year of LGBTQ Films

2017 was such an exceptional year for LGBT film – with the likes of the Oscar-winning “Call Me By Your Name,” the stirring “God’s Own Country,” the AIDS-themed “Beats Per Minute,” “Battle of the Sexes” and many...

Keira Knightly Finds Lady Love in “Colette”

Wash Westmoreland can’t help but feel bittersweet over the new movie he has directed. His “Colette,” starring Keira Knightley as influential writer Sidonie Gabrielle Colette, was a pet project of Westmoreland’s...

Atlanta Will Learn “When The Beat Drops”

Atlanta native Anthony Davis has always had a love for dance. From a young child, the passion was in him, prompting him to take dance classes. Davis is the central focus of the new documentary “When the Beat D...

Actor Tab Hunter dead at 86

Tab Hunter, the closeted Hollywood star who made over forty movies before coming out in 2005, has died at the age of 86 in Santa Barbara, California.He is survived by his long-time partner and spouse, Allan...

“Love, Simon” director options new LGBTQ novel

The director of the popular gay rom-com "Love, Simon" may be adapting another LGBTQ work into film, sources said on Monday.Variety reported that influential director and producer Greg Berlanti has optioned ...

Actor Colton Haynes addresses marriage split rumors

Actor Colton Haynes has reportedly split from his husband. Haynes married Beverly Hills florist Jeff Leatham six months ago.Word of the alleged breakup began to spread after the actor removed various couple...

Summer movie season light on LGBT fare

Summer is rarely the time for character studies, intimate dramas or daring storylines – especially for the major studios. The summer of 2017 looks to be no exception, with scant LGBT fare but sequels galore and...

LGBT Atlanta’s Best Bets for April 21 – 27

Friday, April 21 – Sunday, April 23Join in a weekend-long schedule of events and entertainment as part of Atlanta Bear Pride. Cubs, otters, chubs, chasers and friends from around the globe will be all over ...