AFI FEST showcases Heath Ledger in Casanova: Chaos in Hollywood area. AFI FEST: ‘Casanova’ movie chaos The worst thing I can say about the 2005 edition of the AFI Los…
Go West: Gay movie about Romeo and Romeo romance directed by a European Film Award winner has sparked religious and nationalist outrage in Bosnia.
Lior Ashkenazi is perfect as a guilt-ridden Mossad hitman in Eytan Fox’s flawed but gripping (gay-ish) political-psychological drama Walk on Water.
Delaware’s Rehoboth Beach Film Society has had to fight (anti-gay?) puritanism, as a complaint about big-screen ‘explicit sex’ has led to a police investigation.
Was Alexander the Great gay? Inflamed Greek attorneys threaten to ‘take the case further’ if Oliver Stone doesn’t spell out that his 2004 epic is ‘pure fiction.’
Starring Colin Farrell as a maybe (maybe not) gay Alexander the Great, Oliver Stone’s movie about the megalomaniac Macedonian conqueror is a grandiose but dismal effort.
Stephen Daldry’s uneven drama The Hours is immensely helped by the performances of Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman + Philip Glass’ haunting score.
Starring Liam Neeson as the polemical sex researcher, Bill Condon’s otherwise well-made Kinsey movie biopic suffers from an excess of scruples.
Miscast cast (Michael Douglas, Tobey Maguire et al) + heavy directorial hand hinder Curtis Hanson and Steve Kloves’ Wonder Boys movie adaptation.
A less effusive Shakespeare in Love rehash, Stage Beauty fails to delve into the complexities of gender and sexual identity.
Gay Republicans and their mind-boggling support for the party that despises them + the horrors of the Rwanda genocide are this year’s disturbing AFI FEST winners.
Foreign Language Film Oscar get entries from 49 countries, but 2 internationally acclaimed Gael García Bernal movies have ended up as Academy Award orphans.
Beyond Paradise: The Life of Ramon Novarro: Biography of tragic gay actor discusses his personal life and career. (Pictured: The Ben-Hur star with Greta Garbo in the 1931 blockbuster Mata…