August’s proudest moment in Montreal is the annual pride parade. Perfect weather and joyful crowds.
This film tells the coming out story of a teenager in high school as he communicates with an anonymous classmate through email.
Reviews of The Morning After the Life Before, The Detective, The Dame, and the Devil, and This is Not She.
Oh The Times They…Aren’t Changing
An incident involving drunken freshmen men and two women reveals some of the fault lines in mixing too much alcohol with complicated changing sexual values.
The events in Orlando are the latest manifestation of ongoing ignorance. Karan has a proposal how to address this ignorance in all its forms.
Finding a spot in Tokyo that is open to gay foreigners reveals both what is cross-cultural and what is specific in lgbtq culture.
Animated film praised for handling difficult topics suffers from its own prejudices and stereotypes.
Great script and challenging characters make for complex play.
Dada Masilo reinvents the classic by mixing ballet and African dance, but the challenges in this excellent show don’t stop there.
The Danish Girl focuses on an artistic couple’s transition when Einar Wegener puts on a dress and stockings to pose for his wife.
The myth of equality and the reality of equality are two different things for a brown, gay immigrant and other peoples of colour.
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When Sinj came to Montreal to be a filmmaker, he wondered if and where he would find his people.
An unlikely love affair between a businessman and a young hustler.
Fascinating documentary looks at how sex ed reflects the often moralistic and rigid values of American society.
Dark and documentary-like, Xavier Dolan’s new film pits a homosexual man against his cruel and inhumane abuser.