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  1. Cannes: '120 Beats Per Minute' Director Says "I Was an ACT UP Militant"

    6:06 am 5/20/2017

    Robin Campillo's new film looks back at AIDS activism in Paris in the early 1990s.Read more

  2. '120 Beats Per Minute' ('120 Battements par minute'): Film Review | Cannes 2017

    5:40 am 5/20/2017

    Robin Campillo follows 'Eastern Boys' by mining his past as a member of AIDS activist group ACT UP in 1990s Paris in '120 Beats Per Minute,' a drama of politics, passion and loss.Read more

  3. 'Ellen's' Coming Out, 20 Years Later: GLAAD President on the Importance of Freedom (Guest Column)

    5:00 am 4/28/2017

    Sarah Kate Ellis opens up about how Ellen DeGeneres' " "watershed moment" helped pave the way for inclusion and acceptance.Read more

  4. 'Saturday Church': Film Review | Tribeca 2017

    1:50 pm 4/23/2017

    Debuting writer-director Damon Cardasis threads introspective songs and dance interludes into a tender coming-of-age story of queer identity exploration in 'Saturday Church.' Read more

  5. 'The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson': Film Review | Tribeca 2017

    4:45 pm 4/21/2017

    Director David France follows 'How to Survive a Plague' with 'The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson,' which re-examines the mysterious death in 1992 of one of the trailblazers of the LGBT rights movement.Read more

  6. Caitlyn Jenner Talks Trump, Republicans' Approach to Trans Issues

    9:05 am 4/21/2017

    Diane Sawyer interviews her on tonight's '20/20,' two years after their memorable sit-down during which Jenner revealed she was transitioning.Read more

  7. Marsha P. Johnson Doc Explores Trans Icon's Mysterious Death (Exclusive Video)

    12:30 pm 4/19/2017

    Johnson was found floating in the Hudson River in 1992, and though the police pegged her death as a suicide, her comrades have always firmly rejected that claim.Read more

  8. 'Gently Down the Stream': Theater Review

    5:30 pm 4/5/2017

    Harvey Fierstein and Gabriel Ebert play May-December lovers in 'Gently Down the Stream,' Martin Sherman's tender reflection on the contemporary freedoms of gay men and the painful struggles of the past that made them possible. Read more

  9. Harvey Fierstein on His New Play and the Problem With Today's LGBT Youth (Q&A)

    5:00 am 3/30/2017

    "Young people growing up right now see Zachary Quinto or Neil Patrick Harris in major motion pictures or on television and think it's always been this good," the 'Gently Down the Stream' star tells THR.Read more

  10. 'Freedom to Marry' Doc Shows Fight for Marriage Equality (Exclusive Clip)

    11:35 am 3/8/2017

    "I don't think this is in the bag. I think we're gonna have to fight to win."Read more

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