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‘Cured’: Film Review

Patrick Sammon and Bennett Singer's doc 'Cured' recounts the fight to change homophobic bias in the psychiatric profession.

Outfest Sets Lineup for Virtual Film Festival With Malibu Drive-in Events

Los Angeles' LGBTQ film festival is shifting to a virtual event this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic with a roster that includes more than 160 films including 35 world premieres, 10 North…

‘Straight Up’: Film Review | Outfest 2019

Multihyphenate James Sweeney's feature debut 'Straight Up' is an amusingly prickly and personal ambi/asexual rom-com.

‘Sell By’: Film Review | Outfest 2019

In 'Sell By,' a frustrated painter and a successful fashion influencer find themselves in a slump in their five-year relationship.

‘Queer Japan’: Film Review | Outfest 2019

Graham Kolbeins returns to Outfest with 'Queer Japan,' a documentary that celebrates the country's diversity of queer experience.

‘Queering the Script’: Film Review | Outfest 2019

In 'Queering the Script,' writer-director Gabrielle Zilkha documents the history of queer women on television and the influence of their fans.

‘Pier Kids’: Film Review | Outfest 2019

Elegance Bratton's raw, affecting documentary, 'Pier Kids,' which premiered at Outfest 2019, gives voice to neglected members of the LGBTQ community.

‘Label Me’: Film Review | Outfest 2019

In 'Label Me,' debuting director Kai Kreuser measures the incremental emotional thaw in a transactional exchange between a gay-for-pay Syrian hustler and his affluent German regular.

‘The Archivettes’: Film Review | Outfest 2019

The world's largest collection of materials by and about lesbians is the subject of the concise documentary 'The Archivettes.'

‘Holy Trinity’: Film Review | Outfest 2019

In 'Holy Trinity,' the life of a queer dominatrix is upended when she discovers she can communicate with the dead in this feature from writer-director Molly Hewitt.

Outfest 2018 Audience Award Winners Include ‘Tucked,’ ‘Man Made’

Outfest 2018 winning films include 'Tucked,' 'Man Made,' 'We the Animals' and 'When the Beat Drops.'

‘Cuernavaca’: Film Review | Outfest 2018

Alejandro Andrade Pease makes his feature debut with 'Cuernavaca,' a story of preadolescent loneliness in Mexico.