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By Brian Bromberger | April 19, 2022

This year's 65th annual San Francisco International Film will return to theaters (Castro, Vogue, Roxie, Victoria, Pacific Film Archive) in person from April 21 to May 1, with several films and events of note to LGBTQ fans.

By Brian Bromberger | April 12, 2022

At a time when Ukrainians are being killed and dying for their freedom, Austrian writer/director Sebastian Meise's exquisite film 'Great Freedom' couldn't have arrived in Bay Area theaters at a more opportune time.

By Laura Moreno | April 12, 2022

'Hypochondriac' is a much anticipated now-released LGBTQ horror film. Written and directed by Addison Heimann, it features a very talented cast starring Zach Villa and Devon Graye.

By Brian Bromberger | April 5, 2022

'Compartment No. 6,' screening in Bay Area theaters, has the misfortune of occurring in Russia, but boasts a universal theme of connection and acceptance in a world of chaos and anxiety.

By David-Elijah Nahmod | April 5, 2022

In his new documentary 100 Years of Men in Love: The Accidental Collection, actor and Emmy-winning filmmaker David Millbern looks back upon gay couples who had the courage to celebrate their love openly as far back as the 1860s.

By Jim Provenzano | April 4, 2022

The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited, currently showing at the Contemporary Jewish Museum through August 14, brings joy and visual delight to fans of all ages.

By Victoria A. Brownworth | April 3, 2022

It's only been a week, but as freshly-out gay comic Jerrod Carmichael said in hosting 'SNL,' it feels like we've been discussing "It," i.e. Will Smith's onstage assault on Chris Rook, since high school. Our TV columnist covers the mired aftermath.

By Brian Bromberger | March 29, 2022

In 'How To Survive A Pandemic,' acclaimed investigative journalist and Academy Award-nominated gay filmmaker David France takes an insider's look at the historic, multi-national race to research, develop, regulate, and launch COVID-19 vaccines.

By Christopher J. Beale | March 22, 2022

Cameroon-born drag performer BeBe Zahara Benet made herstory as the first winner of 'RuPaul's Drag Race,' and continues to break ground with a live show and a new documentary, both viewable in San Francisco next week.

By Jim Provenzano | March 22, 2022

Remastered and reissued on Blu-ray, Maria Maggenti's 1995 debut feature film, 'The Incredibly True Adventures of Two Girls in Love,' is now available from Strand Releasing. The writer-director shared her impressions on revisiting her indie classic.

By Brian Bromberger | March 22, 2022

Probably few people love films as much as Dave Karger, who has developed a career promoting them. The host of Turner Classics Movies shares his LGBT film faves, and makes some Oscar predictions.

By Victoria A. Brownworth | March 8, 2022

Brittney Griner's busted, John Cameron Mitchell & Kate McKinnon in 'Joe v. Carole,' 'The Andy Warhol Diaries,' Renée Zellweger in 'The Thing About Pam,' and Sandra Oh in 'Killing Eve,' - all this and more in the new TV column.

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