Over the past couple of years or so I have been watching a numerous amount of LGBT films and because I love writing I have come to the decision to create this blog to simply review different LGBT films. 42 more words
The Stonewall Riots of 1969 was a series of violent demonstrations spearheaded by the LGBT community long considered the single most important event leading to gay liberation in the United States, and the world over. 586 more words
Having both earned Oscars after the buzzes their performances first stirred at the Toronto International Film Festival last year, Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne are set to conquer once again the awards game through their upcoming films which are incidentally both based on true stories tackling LGBT rights landmark cases. 422 more words
The Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival was started in 2005 attracting both the independent spirit of filmmakers and the ascending taste of cineastes. Back in the day, when digital cinema was audacious enough to micro-produce screen materials beyond the skyrocketing dictums of commercialization, there have been debates whether quality and tenacity may be sustained through the years. 703 more words
Please welcome our new Film Critic, Joanna Wagner, who lives in San Francisco, California.
By Joanna Wagner
LGBT Perspectives Film Critic
Suppose you took the movies All About Eve and A Streetcar Named Desire and blended them together with a story about a mother, her family and her queer friends; you would get Pedro Almodóvar’s Oscar-winning 1999 film, All About My Mother. 538 more words