Bold & Beautiful – SLUG LGBTQ+: Lux Saint Diamond

Bold & Beautiful – SLUG LGBTQ+: Lux Saint Diamond
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For Lux Saint Diamond, who has been performing since they were 19, drag is healing, strength and individuality. … read more

Film Review: I Care A Lot

Film Review: I Care A Lot
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I Care A Lot is a gleefully wicked ride that has remarkable chutzpah and deftly zigs every time you think it’s going to zag. … read more

A Tiny Ripple of Hope Brings A Story of Love and Sacrifice to Slamdance

A Tiny Ripple of Hope Brings A Story of Love...
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A Tiny Ripple of Hope is a powerful and emotional new documentary which premiered at the 2021 Slamdance Film Festival. … read more

Film Review: Flora & Ulysses

Film Review: Flora & Ulysses
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Flora & Ulysses isn’t going on a best-of-the-year list, but it’s a welcome family film that adults will even enjoy watching on their own. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: ISAAC

Slamdance Film Review: ISAAC
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ISAAC is a film that gives you breadcrumbs and allows you to make meaning, and while that might be daunting, that final moment of clarity is worth chasing. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Mia Misses Her Revenge

Slamdance Film Review: Mia Misses Her Revenge
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Mia Misses Her Revenge opens various conversations regarding men and the benefit of having supportive friends helping through bad breakups. … read more

Dickinson: Season Two Has Fun Taking Poetic License With Its Historical Setting 

Dickinson: Season Two Has Fun Taking Poetic License With Its...
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If you like period costume dramas, then Dickinson, might be just the show for you—but it’s certainly not the one you’re expecting it to be … read more

It’s not a gallery: The Valentine’s Exhibit

It’s not a gallery: The Valentine’s Exhibit
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The artwork, lighting and steady house music provided a fluid and inviting atmosphere for the It’s not a gallery space.  … read more

Film Review: Willy’s Wonderland

Film Review: Willy’s Wonderland
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Willy’s Wonderland is not unwatchable, but it’s not even the best new Nicolas Cage movie I’ve seen in the past three weeks. … read more

Film Review: Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar

Film Review: Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar
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As long as you have at least one person beside you who’s feeling as stupid as you are for laughing, Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar is it. … read more