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The Bitter Tears Of Petra Von Kant

Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s Subversion of German Expressionism in ‘The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant’


The 1971 masterpiece explores the complicated history of German cinema.

Water Queer Cinema

Bodies of Water: Swimming and Hydrophilia in Queer Cinema


Here’s a video essay about the metaphorical bond between water and Queer Cinema, from their shared sense of liberation to their mutability.

Star Wars The Force Awakens Queer Coding

The Difference Between Queer Coding and Queerbaiting


Here’s a video essay about the difference between queer coding and queerbaiting and what that difference can teach us about the history censorship and queer representation in Hollywood.

Aviva Glowing

Boaz Yakin’s ‘Aviva’ is a Genderfluid Story Told Through Bodily Expression


Love is sex is dance is gender. We explore what Boaz Yakin is saying in the bodily expression, choreography, cinematography, and editing of ‘Aviva.’

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The Real LGBT Stars of Old Hollywood


Read about the LGBT members of Hollywood that shaped the industry, even if their personal lives weren’t always out in the open.

Portrait Of A Lady On Fire

How Current Cinema is Decoding Lesbian Stereotypes Forged by the Hays Code


Celine Sciamma’s lesbian love story made by a lesbian filmmaker is more historic than you may realize.

Lgbtq Movies

14 LGBTQ+ Movies to Watch For in 2020


From Pablo Larrain’s ‘Ema’ to Ryan Murphy’s ‘The Prom’ to Paul Verhoeven’s ‘Benedetta,’ 2020 is shaping up to be a wonderful year for LGBTQ cinema.

Transparent Finale

‘Transparent’ Review: The Series Finale Is Characteristically Chaotic


In trading dialogue for lyrics, ‘Transparent’ both profits and loses. Our take:

Paris Is Burning

‘Paris is Burning’ and the Legacy of New York Ballroom Culture


From Pose to Blood Orange to Drag Race, this influential queer documentary lives on.