Award-winning actor Alfred Molina may be most recognized for the heavies he has played on screen, but he's also played gay, as in his new film, in which he an John Lithgow portray a longtime couple.
The sixth Annual Ft. Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (FLGLFF) is doubling the number of films it will present and extending the schedule to seven days this year, announced Mark Gilbert, board chair and interim festival director.
New York filmmaker Rick Flynn addresses and exposes the daunting realities that exist for LGBT abroad in his debut feature documentary "Golf Alpha Yankee."
"The lineup is the point in the surf where the waves actually line up. The way they come in one after the other..."
At one point during "Let's Be Cops," actor Damon Wayans Jr. has a scene in which a huge naked man's groin is inches from his face. That's a good approximation of what filmgoers will experience during this witless high-concept comedy.
Award-winning filmmaker Rolla Selbak goes behind the scenes with today's best female filmmakers in her new series, "The Grrl's Guide to Filmmaking."
Philip Noyce's adaptation of Lois Lowry's beloved novel might not be perfect, but it is a beautiful and thought-provoking alternative to a summer of superheroes and aliens.
"Life After Beth" has an intriguing premise that blends romance, comedy and horror, but no clear sense of direction, resulting in a hollow hybrid of genre tropes.
This is summer fun at its loudest, dumbest, and most ridiculously, cartoonishly violent. It's sure to be a big hit.
It's like the directing team set out to make a respectable version of "Gummo." But respectability never improves anything.
Lenny Abrahamson's completely bizarre, but unquestionably genius, comedy is actually based on a real life Frank who used to wear a large papier-mâché head all the time.
Director Julin Hernndez delves through love, isolation, desperation, the artistic struggle, and a whole lot more with "I Am Happiness on Earth."