Looking back at Pasolini, who would have been ninety one today.
Festival director Bryan Wendorf speaks on native formats, archival classics and his embrace of digital.
A Polish filmmaker speaks to touchy issues regarding her new Berlinale-impressing film.
Old horse young cat: a conversation with Don Bachardy of CHRIS AND DON: A LOVE STORY.
While bringing a particular focus to history, Outfest Los Angeles doesn’t so much offer ‘something for everyone’ as it highlights those who never thought they would see themselves on screen at all.
As LGBT festivals celebrate Vito Russo’s ‘Celluloid Closet,’ a look at the recent LGBT bookshelf turns up great finds.
Saluting the opening of LGBT film festival season with a selection of streaming classics and emerging gems.
A queer cinema renaissance has emerged in the last 30 years, with many masterpieces.
Tilda Swinton has worked with dozens of directors of all backgrounds, but none has mattered more in shaping her work than Derek Jarman.
As a writer I often feel as though I’m in trouble.
Sound, color and meaning combine to make Derek Jarman’s “Blue” much more than “a mid-level gallery gimmick.”
Derek Jarman’s “The Tempest” reinterprets Shakespeare’s canonical work with his avant-garde sensibility.