Frank J. Avella
It's looking to be a banner year for queer-themed/queer-friendly feature films–potentially record breaking, in fact. Here is a look at the queer films coming out between now and the end of the year.
Over his career, the multi-talented Charles Busch turned his love of camp into a career. With his autobiography, he looks back, as well as looking ahead with his new projects.
Next month Showtime premieres "Fellow Travelers," a mini-series based on Thomas Mallon's novel about LGBTQ+ life during the dark days of the McCarthy Era. Meet the cast of the series led by out hunks Matthew Bomer and Jonathan Bailey.
In his new play "Honor," playwright William R. Duell examines the aftermath of a mass shooting through the eyes of its survivors, most notably a young gay man with survivor's guilt. EDGE spoke to Duell as his play heads into production.
Academy Award–winning documentary filmmaker Roger Ross Williams makes his feature directorial debut with an inspiring, queer-positive film based on real events.
Sebastián Silva's "Rotting in the Sun" begins with life-threatening experience between Jordan Firstman and the director. It is best not to have any idea what happens next. EDGE spoke with Firstman about his meta-role in this mindfuck of a movie.
In the third Kenneth Branagh-as-Hercule-Poirot installment of the actor/director's Agatha Christie cinematic treatments, "A Haunting in Venice," we are treated to a dark and spooky tale.
With his stunning movie star looks and dazzling charm, actor turned writer Constantine Rousouli has managed to create an enchanting show, along with force of nature Marla Mindelle and director Tye Blue.
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