Chanya Button’s tale of the romance between Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf is a little too slapdash to address its myriad concerns.
The Wachowskis took their high-concept empathy to TV with a gloriously ambitious Netflix show that was gone far too soon.
Abel Ferrara eulogizes fellow scandalizer Pier Paolo Pasolini in a suitably grimy tone poem featuring Willem Dafoe.
The Matrix Revolutions, the Wachowskis’ final film in the trilogy, is just as flawed as Reloaded, but carries heaps of visual and thematic weight.
A look at how Hollywood has helped (and hurt) the acceptance of bisexuality as an identity.
HBO’s latest series puts its characters through exaggerated adolescent antics, with little substance to show for it.
I sit down with two subjects from the upcoming AIDS documentary 5B to talk about Pride and the plague years.
The FX series returns for a second season as bright and entertaining as ever. Now with more Billy Porter!
For June, we celebrate Pride Month by diving into the filmography of cinema’s most prominent transgender filmmakers.
Céline Sciamma’s queer period romance is an intimate visual feast, filled with uncanny empathy and admirable aesthetics.
Hulu’s new documentary on the life of pioneering sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer balances lifelong tragedies with her undying sense of joy.
Molly Shannon and Amy Seimetz shine in this warm, tender, humanizing portrayal of the famously enigmatic poet.
A pioneering work of Black Queer Cinema, Cheryl Dunye’s vibrant “Dunye-mentary” reckons with traditional queer narratives and the racism of Old Hollywood.
While the third season plays it a bit safer with its “heroes,” the Fab Five still deliver the same uplifting, French-tucked energy to their makeovers.
Netflix’s latest festival darling dangerously fetishizes the trans experience and reduces it to a leering obsession with genitalia.
Gregg Araki’s ten-episode sex comedy for Starz serves up a heaping helping of sex, twentysomething angst, and doomsday prophecies.
Bloody and queer in equal measure, Knife + Heart is a searingly intriguing gay porn slasher from Yann Gonzalez about horror, love and allyship.
Old flames, bad breakups, and a murder mystery fills up a serviceable Orville that deals with the limits of cultural pluralism.