Ira Sachs' exploration of three lives, along with their passions, wants, and heartbreaks, can't help but exist in opposition to our current social climate – as the film being slapped with an NC-17 rating confirms.
The Cannes Film Festival kicks off its 76th edition this week and we're once again looking at the festival's unofficial Queer Palme and its nominees.
We're taking a look at some of the highlights of the 2023 edition of New Directors/New Films, which runs from March 9 through April 9, presented by Film at Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art.
There are lots of titles to discover from the 73rd Berlin Film Festival, including an impressive amount of queer-themed titles. Here are seven highlights.
Filmmaker Ari Aster breaks free from genre hooks to deliver a sprawling, admirable, and uneven odyssey built around fear, anxiety, trauma, and mommy issues.
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema provides an ideal opportunity to get a glimpse at contemporary French films, with hits from both the festival circuit and the country's box office, including a number of queer titles.
Naughty Dog's video game "The Last of Us" had such a well-developed story and episodic structure that it fits the television format of HBO's new adaptation like a glove.
This is a film that's haunted by emotions, like the dependencies we form with our parents, the gulf between what we know about them and what we don't, and the inevitability of preparing for a world without them.
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