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Gay-Themed God's Own Country' Among Films Celebrated in London

Gay-Themed God's Own Country' Among Films Celebrated in London

Dec 11
The gay-themed film "God's Own Country" won four gongs, including Best British Independent Film, at the 20th annual British Industry Film Awards.

Inarritu Debuts Groundbreaking VR Exhibit at Cannes

By Jake Coyle | May 22
Much of the power of "Carne y Arena" comes from not just from the virtual reality placement of the viewer amid the immigrants, but of their individual experiences.

10 Things to Look Forward To At the Movies This Fall

By Jake Coyle and Lindsey Bahr | Sep 3
After a bruising three months when moviegoers often had to strain to find something good to see, this year's fall film season looms like an oasis. It's about to get better at the multiplex.

Tickets On Sale Now for The Massachusetts Independent Film Festival

Aug 4
The Massachusetts Independent Film Festival (MassIFF) opens Friday, Aug. 26, 2016 at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge, and continues through Sunday, Aug 28.

Film's Dark Vision of Future Hong Kong Unsettles Beijing

By Kelvin Chan | Mar 23
It's the Hong Kong movie that Beijing doesn't want you to see. Made on a shoestring budget, "Ten Years" became a surprise hit with local audiences for its dystopian view of the former British colony's future under Beijing's rule.

Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Fete Carol and Screenwriter Phyllis Nagy at Annual Winners Toast

Mar 8
Members of the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association gathered Sunday in Los Angeles to celebrate their 2015 Dorian Award winners across film and TV.

'Chevalier' Named Best Picture at London Film Festival

By Jill Lawless | Oct 18
Greek director Athina Rachel Tsangari's comedy of manhood "Chevalier" was named best picture at the London Film Festival on Saturday, during a ceremony that honored Cate Blanchett with a major career award.

Time to Get Your Frameline On!

By Kevin Langson | Jun 18
In the world of queer cinema, Frameline is the fabulous personality who needs no introduction; everyone perks up and pays attention when she speaks.

Films @ SXSW/One: Gay Athletes, War Crimes & Ecological Damage

By Kevin Langson | Mar 20
EDGE's film commentator Kevin Langston blogs on the films he watched on the first day of the SXSW Festival. Here's his report.

'Birth of a Nation' :: 100 Years On, Debate Lingers

By Hillel Italie | Feb 13
One hundred years ago this spring, Hollywood came of age in a blaze of wonder and fury. But one of the greatest glories in movie history is also one of its lasting shames.

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