Two hilarious films to be shown at the Classic Gateway Theatre as part of the Festival's GLOW series. The films, "Such Good People" and "Cupcakes," will be an exciting part of the 6th Annual Ft. Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
Award-winning actor Alfred Molina may be most recognized for the heavies he has played on screen, but he's also played gay, as in his new film, in which he an John Lithgow portray a longtime couple.
The sixth Annual Ft. Lauderdale Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (FLGLFF) is doubling the number of films it will present and extending the schedule to seven days this year, announced Mark Gilbert, board chair and interim festival director.
New York filmmaker Rick Flynn addresses and exposes the daunting realities that exist for LGBT abroad in his debut feature documentary "Golf Alpha Yankee."
"The lineup is the point in the surf where the waves actually line up. The way they come in one after the other..."
At one point during "Let's Be Cops," actor Damon Wayans Jr. has a scene in which a huge naked man's groin is inches from his face. That's a good approximation of what filmgoers will experience during this witless high-concept comedy.
"Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez's nine-year-in-the-making follow-up to their original 2005 film adaptation of Miller's graphic novels, lacks the twisted spirit of its predecessor.
"When the Game Stands Tall" fumbles along trying to get us to care, but for some reason can't ever get its touchdown.
In a country with an increasingly shrinking safety net and not-full equality for married gays, what happens to this longtime gay couple is the kind of story you might hear about on MSNBC.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, who are like a contemporary Brit 'Odd Couple,' are back together again, reprising their roles of touring enthusiastic amateur gastronomes whilst verbally sparring and trying to out 'impersonate' each other.
"If I Stay" falls somewhere between the silliness of the "Twilight" franchise and the effective earnestness of "The Fault in Our Stars."
Filmmaker Christina Voros set out to go behind the mystique of the industry. She interviews several of the directors, who are very matter of fact about their work and how they want to simply be the best in their genre.