Jessica Clark, the British actress who plays Lilith on the HBO TV series True Blood, is not only beautiful but also talented and quite a delight. I caught up at the Wolfe Video booth during The Dinah, the 2013 annual Dina Shore party in Palm Springs, California the first weekend of April – a massive dance party and music festival destination for lesbians from far and wide. We spoke about the biggest girl party in the world, Clark’s starring role in the 2012 lesbian film A Perfect Ending, and about being OK with her sexuality.
If your tastes differ from middle-class heterosexual teenage males ages 12 to 16 – the most sought–after demographic in the summer film market – then perhaps this list can help. Pop your own popcorn and consider the following LGBT-themed favorites:
If Jane Austen’s Dashwood sisters are character studies of head and heart, Act I and Act II of Sense & Sensibility, The Musical can just as easily be studied as what makes a good musical – and what doesn’t.
If Jane Austen’s Dashwood sisters are character studies of head and heart, Act I and Act II of Sense & Sensibility, The Musical can just as easily be studied as what makes a good musical – and what doesn’t. Overall, the world premiere of Sense at The Stage Theatre at the Denver Center for Performing Arts is [...]
Taking place in the Los Angeles County Jail, the film centers around a drugged up and blacked out record producer named Raymond Saxx Jr. (Goran Visnjic, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) who finds himself locked up in a unit exclusively designated for homosexual and transgender prisoners. The unit, K-11, is based on a real segregated dorm in the LACJ called K6G.
Ten years ago, Eytan Fox’s film Yossi and Jagger told a heartbreaking queer love story between two male Israeli soldiers. Yossi is Fox’s sequel to his 2002 classic. Familiarity with the original film is not essential. In this new drama, Yossi (Ohad Knoller, reprising his role), is a cardiologist who jerks off to porn, eats bad takeout [...]
‘Catch Me If You Can is’ a musical based on the true story of Frank W. Abagnale, Jr., a teenager who runs away from a broken home, hoping to create his own success through impersonations – and check fraud.
By Chris Azzopardi The Perks of Being a Wallflower First-time director Stephen Chbosky sensitively explores high school self-discovery and outsider hardships in his big-hearted teen drama about the pains of youth and the people who help us through them. Based on Chbosky’s semi-autobiographical book, Charlie (Logan Lerman) is a troubled loner who sits by himself [...]
Aimée & Jaguar, Another Country, Beautiful Boxer, Bedrooms & Hallways, Christopher and His Kind, Desert Hearts, His Secret Life, Ma Vie En Rose…
Out Front publisher Jerry Cunningham stars Vintage Theatre production. Interview by David Marlowe.