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  1. James Franco's 'I Am Michael,' Based on True Story of Pastor Who Renounced Homosexuality, to Screen at Russian LGBT Fest

    9:54 am 10/2/2015

    The hot-button title, which premiered at Sundance, also stars Zachary Quinto and Emma Roberts.Read more

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  2. Can 'Freeheld' Help Fight a Homophobic Workplace? Julianne Moore, Ellen Page Say "It's Not That Simple"

    5:00 am 9/29/2015

    "It's easy to get discouraged and think you can't make a difference," said Michael Shannon. "Fight against that instinct. Go and push forward, no matter what."Read more

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  3. 'Carol' Selected as Centerpiece of New York's LGBT Film Festival

    1:33 pm 9/22/2015

    NewFest, in partnership with Outfest, runs Oct. 22 to 27, and is presented by HBO.Read more

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  4. 'Girls Lost' ('Pojkarna'): TIFF Review

    7:52 am 9/19/2015

    Three Swedish teenage girls at the bottom of the high school social hierarchy learn what it's like to walk tall as boys in this fairytale about sexual awakening.Read more

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  5. 'Stonewall': TIFF Review

    1:58 pm 9/18/2015

    Roland Emmerich's drama revisits the 1969 riots in New York's Greenwich Village that ushered the fledgling gay rights movement into a bolder new era.Read more

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  6. 'Downriver': TIFF Review

    1:03 pm 9/17/2015

    Newcomer Reef Ireland stars with Kerry Fox in this drama about a teenager released from juvenile prison, seeking to atone for his role in the death of a child.Read more

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  7. 'Freeheld': TIFF Review

    2:01 am 9/14/2015

    Julianne Moore plays a dying New Jersey detective battling to leave her pension to her partner, played by Ellen Page, in Peter Sollett's fact-based drama.Read more

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  8. 'About Ray': TIFF Review

    4:38 pm 9/12/2015

    Elle Fanning stars opposite Naomi Watts and Susan Sarandon as a transgender New York teen impatient to begin hormone replacement therapy.Read more

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  9. TIFF: 'Freeheld' Star Julianne Moore Says LGBT Discrimination Rooted in Distance, Not Hate

    2:48 pm 9/11/2015

    "It's much easier to discriminate when you perceive someone or something as 'other,'" explained Moore. "Sometimes it's a matter of education. I hope it is anyway."Read more

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  10. Will 'Hedwig' Return as a Star-Launching Show? Taye Diggs, Composer Reflect on "Spiritual" Broadway Run (Q&A)

    5:00 am 9/7/2015

    Before the final performance on Sept. 13, THR speaks with Diggs and Stephen Trask on how the repeatedly extended revival aligned with diverse casting onstage and transgender topics in the media.Read more

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