Topics :: GLBT Film

Crazy Bitches

By Padraic Maroney | Wednesday Oct 1, 2014
Lacking real scares or genuine laughs, "Crazy Bitches" is a crazy mess.

Limited Partnership

By Louise Adams | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
The first federal lawsuit seeking equal treatment for a same-sex couple in the U.S. is recounted in Thomas G. Miller's 73-minute documentary timeline of interviews and news clips.

Out in the Night

By Louise Adams | Tuesday Sep 30, 2014
Seven African-American lesbians were pilloried for fighting back when sexually harassed in Manhattan's West Village in 2006, as well as being sensationalized in the media with pejorative monikers like the "seething Sapphic septet."

The Foxy Merkins

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Sep 29, 2014
From Madeleine Olnek and the crew who brought you "Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same" comes the new lesbian comedy "The Foxy Merkins."

Folsom Forever

By Louise Adams | Monday Sep 29, 2014
This documentary chronicles the ongoing evolution of the biggest outdoor kink and fetish event in the world, held in San Francisco every September since 1984.

Drunktown's Finest

By Roger Walker-Dack | Monday Sep 29, 2014
It's a tough life for three twenty-somethings in a Navajo community in New Mexico, as they search for love and acceptance in a town that has gained notoriety for having one of the highest rates of alcohol abuse in the country.


By Kevin Taft | Monday Sep 29, 2014
A contemplative and lovely little film, "Boys" shows the fear of first love without all of the cliche trappings.

Born to Fly

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sunday Sep 28, 2014
Her body of work is part dance, part extreme sports, part performance, and completely avant-garde and is uniquely original; it's visually stunning and exhilarating to watch, but acutely dangerous to perform.

Burning Blue

By Kevin Taft | Saturday Sep 27, 2014
A valiant, but not wholly successful effort to combine the intensity of "Top Gun" with the romance of "Brokeback Mountain."


By Jake Mulligan | Saturday Sep 27, 2014
Based on this film's maudlin tone, half-hearted star performances, and unearned sentiment on display here, director Patrik Ian-Polk is no Lee Daniels.