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    Lily Tomlin to be honored with foot and handprint ceremony at Chinese Theatre

    Lily Tomlin (Photo courtesy PRNewsfoto/Turner Classic Movies) A bona fide LGBTQ icon is soon to join

    February 16th | by John Paul King

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    Out filmmaker casts ex in lesbian romance ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’

    Celebrated ’19 movie opens in wide release this weekend

    February 14th | by Brian T. Carney

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    Sony reportedly planning to introduce bisexual 'Spider-Man' in next movie

    Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man (Image courtesy Sony Pictures). Sony Pictures is making plans for Spider-Man to come

    February 14th | by John Paul King

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    Academy Museum reveals long-awaited opening date in surprise Oscar-night announcement

    Tom Hanks made the official announcement that the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will open

    February 10th | by John Paul King

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    On Oscar weekend, Spirit Awards reflect diversity with inclusive noms, female directors, and GMCLA

    Lulu Wang's "The Farewell," a film snubbed by the Academy Awards, won Best Feature at

    February 9th | by John Paul King

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    New doc 'Hilma af Klint' reclaims female artist's place in history

    Hilma af Klint (Image courtesy Kino Lorber/Zeitgeist FIlms) For most of the last century, art scholars

    February 4th | by John Paul King

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    Trailer reveals Sean Hayes as 'Lazy Susan'

    Sean Hayes stars as "Lazy Susan" (Image courtesy Shout! Studios) Thanks decades of portraying Jack McFarland,

    February 3rd | by John Paul King

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    Movie announced for unfilmed Tennessee Williams play - 37 years after his death

    Playwright Tennessee Williams (Image courtesy Library of Congress. Photo credit: Walter Albertin) Nearly four decades after

    February 2nd | by John Paul King

    One in Ten, a Washington-based organization whose main function is staging the annual Reel Affirmations...

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    The Our City Film Festival (sponsored by Yachad, a nonprofit for D.C. affordable housing) showcases...

    February 11, 2010 at 9:19 am EST | by 

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    A gay rights activist and one of the more politically outspoken members of the film...

    January 22, 2010 at 2:27 am EST | by 

    Early promos for the new film “A Single Man,” even its trailer, don’t mention the...

    January 14, 2010 at 3:27 pm EST | by 

    These year-end lists always break down into two categories: acts or releases that are ostensibly...

    January 3, 2010 at 10:35 pm EST | by 

    Academy Award winner. Camp icon. Bitch. What hasn’t already been said about Bette Davis? Countless...

    January 3, 2010 at 9:44 pm EST | by 

    Film buffs drawn to the Jewish Community Center’s annual film festival earlier this month stumbled...

    December 25, 2009 at 3:15 am EST | by 
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