Tag Archives: LGBT film

Movie Review: Phoenix directed by Michael Akers

Excellent concept; okay execution. Phoenix tells the story of two men spurned by a mutual lover who find solace in each other’s arms. The concept has the potential to be sexy and psychological; an examination of how we rebound and … Continue reading

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Documentary Focuses on LGBT Youth Of Color

[Pier Kids: The Life] follows the lives of three LGBTQ homeless youth of color that congregate on Christopher Street and the surrounding piers in New York City every night, showing what it means to still be, even in light of … Continue reading

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Meet the Man Behind The Documentary ‘Bridegroom’

Blog Queerty has an short interview with Shane Bitney Crone, the man behind the story of Bridegroom, a documentary that depicts the painful experience of Crone after his partner died from a tragic accident: The video, which depicted the heartbreak … Continue reading

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Movie Trailer: Geography Club

I read the book on which the below movie is based. It was a great book; touching, realistic, sexy as well as heartbreaking. I thought that it captured well the complication of young, closeted gay youth; their struggles with building … Continue reading

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Film ‘Friend of Essex’ Explores the Experience of Young, Black Gay Men

From METROWEEKLY: Amir Dixon wasn’t sure how willing some young black gay men would be to go on record about the struggles they face. But once Dixon established a rapport and a safe space, ”people opened up and shared very … Continue reading

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