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Yen Tan’s new film follows two small-town gay men struggling to move on from past relationships, each wondering if there’s hope for love again.
Cory Krueckeberg’s directoral debut is a sweet, sexy tale about a country boy and a big-city guy who forge a friendship that turns into something more... much more. Krueckeberg tells EDGE all about it.
It’s time for the summer movie season, arguably the best chance during the celluloid year to catch a superhero or two in action, a slew of sequels and other "rapturous" Hollywood films.
Out French writer/director François Ozon’s diverting new film "In the House" alternates between two stories. The filmmaker talks all about it.
The 56th San Francisco International Film Festival heads into its final week with a distinct array of narrative and documentary fare, both entertaining and disturbing.
He may have been a legendary film star -- if he’d lived. Was Trent Durkin a closeted gay actor?
The 56th San Francisco International Film Festival (April 25-May 9 at the Castro Theatre, Sundance Kabuki, and New People Cinema in San Francisco, and Berkeley’s Pacific Film Archive) is spiked with queer interest, along with treats fresh from Sundance.
A few years ago, filmmaker Broderick Fox was, pretty much literally, a broken man. Now he’s whole, healthy -- and the living canvas for an intricate, powerful tattoo. Fox’s own life is the canvas for his resonant new film.
For the third year, Target and AFI joined forces for the "Target Presents - AFI Night at the Movies" event that took place on Apr. 25, 2013 at the Arclight Theatres in Hollywood. And what a star-studded night it was.
The Independent Film Festival Boston opened on Thursday with "The Spectacular Now," which is a great film in Jake Mulligan’s estimation.