Originally Posted on Sundance When she was shooting Los Tiburones (The Sharks) in a coastal town about 150 kilometers from Montevideo, Uruguay, Lucía Garibaldi had
Originally Posted on Film and TV Now. Imagine Pedro Almodovar directing an adaptation of Todd Haynes’ FAR FROM HEAVEN – and you have a visual sense of
Breaking Glass Pictures Acquires North American Rights to Feature Comedy “Waking Up Dead” Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired North American rights to Terracino’s upcoming feature
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By: Aaron Mannino, originally posted on Cinema Seventy-Six West North West (西北西) says more with silence “it is so easy to start a war, but
FILM REVIEW | 15 Years – A very sexy gay love story By: Tim Baros | Originally posted on The Gay UK 4 out of
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Try This at Home As her new film South Mountain’s release pivots from theatrical to VOD, Hilary Brougher ponders themes of home in the age of
Logo’s NEWNOWNEXT lists 15 Years at #4 on their list of “Queer Movies We Can’t Wait to See” Author: Lawrence Ferber While many of 2020’s
New Release THE SHARKS reviewed in Variety. Author: Guy Lodge Uruguayan newcomer Lucia Garibaldi’s coming-of-age drama has humid promise, but circles around its darkest psychological
Review for the festival darling SOUTH MOUNTAIN, starring Talia Balsam (HBO’s DIVORCE) and Scott Cohen (THE AMERICANS). Author: Harvey Karten New York State’s Catskill Mountains,