Frank J. Avella

From 'Maestro' to 'Dicks' - Queer Fall Ahead with Slew of Mainstream, Indie Movies
From 'Maestro' to 'Dicks' - Queer Fall Ahead with Slew of Mainstream, Indie Movies

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.

by Frank J. Avella | Sep 29, 2023

EDGE Interview: Charles Busch Talks of Turning Camp into a Career
EDGE Interview: Charles Busch Talks of Turning Camp into a Career

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.

by Frank J. Avella | Sep 25, 2023

Meet the Cast of Showtime's Much Anticipated 'Fellow Travelers'
Meet the Cast of Showtime's Much Anticipated 'Fellow Travelers'

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.

by Frank J. Avella | Oct 22, 2023

EDGE Interview: William R. Duell on Survivor's Guilt, Catharsis, and His New Play 'Honor'
EDGE Interview: William R. Duell on Survivor's Guilt, Catharsis, and His New Play 'Honor'

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.

by Frank J. Avella | Sep 19, 2023

Director Roger Ross Williams Breaks Down Barriers with 'Cassandro' Starring Gael García Bernal
Director Roger Ross Williams Breaks Down Barriers with 'Cassandro' Starring Gael García Bernal

Academy Award–winning documentary filmmaker Roger Ross Williams makes his feature directorial debut with an inspiring, queer-positive film based on real events.

by Frank J. Avella | Sep 15, 2023

Across the Pond and Back: 'Brokeback' in London and Groundbreaking 'Here Lies Love' in NYC
Across the Pond and Back: 'Brokeback' in London and Groundbreaking 'Here Lies Love' in NYC

How did "Brokeback Mountain" adapt to the stage? And what is so groundbreaking about "Here Lies Love?"

by Frank J. Avella | Sep 7, 2023

EDGE Interview: Influencer Jordan Firstman Enjoys 'Rotting in the Sun' with Sebastián Silva
EDGE Interview: Influencer Jordan Firstman Enjoys 'Rotting in the Sun' with Sebastián Silva

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.

by Frank J. Avella | Sep 5, 2023

Review: 'A Haunting in Venice' Spooky, Funny as Branagh Returns to Poirot
Review: 'A Haunting in Venice' Spooky, Funny as Branagh Returns to Poirot

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.

by Frank J. Avella | Sep 11, 2023

Constantine Rousouli Lives His 'Best Gay Life' After Creating Bonkers Zany 'Titanique'
Constantine Rousouli Lives His 'Best Gay Life' After Creating Bonkers Zany 'Titanique'

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.

by Frank J. Avella | Aug 2, 2023

5 Queer-tacular Films You Must See This Summer
5 Queer-tacular Films You Must See This Summer

At EDGE we've selected five of the most hotly anticipated queer-tastic films you will want to see this summer.

by Frank J. Avella | Aug 6, 2023


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