Film Review: Living

Film Review: Living
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Living is an uplifting and heartfelt film that is never cloying and never dwelling on its sad moments, provoking plenty of genuine warmth. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: With Peter Bradley

Slamdance Film Review: With Peter Bradley
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In the Slamdance documentary With Peter Bradley, director Alex Rappoport focuses on what’s important both to Bradley and to the audience–the art. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: New Religion

Slamdance Film Review: New Religion
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Having time and the ability to perceive it allows us a sense of history. In Keishi Kondo’s New Religion, history is enviable when you have so little of it. … read more

Who’s Annie Stars Annie Pisapia, Sophia Peer and The Burger King of Queens

Who’s Annie Stars Annie Pisapia, Sophia Peer and The Burger...
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Who’s Annie? is a meta, comedic take on Annie Pisapia and Sophia Peer’s real life friendship and working relationship. … read more

 
 
This is Where We Meet: Nina Ognjanović on Where the Road Leads

This is Where We Meet: Nina Ognjanović on Where the...
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Nina Ognjanović’s self-assessment makes of her debut feature, Where the Road Leads, as a coming-of-age western, makes perfect sense. … read more

Bold & Beautiful: Hoe Shi Minh

Bold & Beautiful: Hoe Shi Minh
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An artist and performer in more ways than one, Hoe Shi Minh has been singing and dancing her way through life and doing it extravagantly. Having discovered Ru Paul’s Drag

Down the Rabbit Hole with Space Happy Director Louis Crisitello

Down the Rabbit Hole with Space Happy Director Louis Crisitello
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Space Happy expresses a DIY tone, as well as showcasing a feeling of “unachievable fame” that lingers throughout the film. … read more

SLUG Style: Lukas Mann

SLUG Style: Lukas Mann
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Lukas Mann appears together with his sphinx cats, Laurel and Reid, in this Pets issue–themed SLUG Style photoshoot, and the results speak for themselves. … read more

Film Review: The Son

Film Review: The Son
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The Son has its positive elements, but its straightforward approach to a story we have seen time and time again is a daring and disappointing decision. … read more

Gross Indecency Reveals the Trauma and Trials of Oscar Wilde

Gross Indecency Reveals the Trauma and Trials of Oscar Wilde
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For a show taking place in 1895, Gross Indecency felt modern with its themes of homophobia and forbidden love at the forefront. … read more