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Cineffable's Lesbian and Feminist Film Festival (27th - 30th October 2006) all took place in Montmartre, the old bohemian quarter of Paris, which now is inexplicably full of fabric shops. It was also …
A huge hit in Canada, C.R.A.Z.Y. basically swept the Genie Awards, winning almost a dozen awards, including Best Motion Picture. On the surface, you could classify it as a coming-of-age movie, or a ga…
Brad, a college professor, is a gay man who is on the verge of suffering a mid-life crisis on his 40th birthday. He's a bit of a nerd, suffering daily humiliations, like getting busted oggling shirtle…
I’ve told myself that don’t watch soaps, but Queer as Folk is just another example of how I lie to myself more often than is healthy. Let’s just say that my early 90s addiction to 90210 and Melrose Pl…
Films about transgendered people aren't exactly filling up the multi-plexes. For that reason alone, Beautiful Boxer is pretty special. But to its credit, it is actually a pretty charming and absorbing…
A Soldier's Girl is based on a tragic true story, about the affair between a soldier, Pvt. Barry Winchell, falling for a "local girl" who is a transgender nightclub singer named Calpernia Addams.…
Like the Southern home cooking featured so prominently in the film, Fried Green Tomatoes sticks to your ribs. Its characters take up residence in your mind and stay with you for years to come. Now, wi…
Now, one of the things I love about going to film festivals is seeing movies "cold"... i.e. glancing over the schedule, eyeing the cast of a film, for instance, and circling it, saying to yourself, "S…
Stephen (Greg Lauren) and Danny (Christopher Gartin) are a totally open gay couple who met while they were both Army Rangers. (Isn't that where true love usually happens?) Anyway, after leaving the Ar…
Modern gay romantic comedies seem to walk a thin line between pretty good (but not great) and utter crap. And unfortunately most of them are crap. That's true, of course, of mainstream straight romanc…
Since QAF was a U.S. interpretation of a hugely popular British TV series (that had nothing to hide), critics were afraid that the Showtime version would get all squirrelly and be more tame. Not to wo…
I have to admit when the title of this movie popped up on screen with the word "Family" written in a rainbow of letters, my eyes rolled. In the first 20 minutes, we are introduced to Rachel, a 30-some…
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