Gay Southern twin’s road to “Dollywood” is paved with emotions and prejudice by Kevin M. Thomas

I have made a new friend. Well, not a real life friend yet but steps better than a Facebook friend. Gary Lane truly shows his southern charm when we chatted about the movie “Hollywood to Dollywood” which played at this year’s OutFest in Los Angeles and will play next year at San Francisco’s Frameline LGBT […] Click to read more »

LA’s OutFest has good mix of the old and the new by Kevin M. Thomas

A lot of this year’s OutFest gay and lesbian film festival echoes a lot of what San Francisco’s Frameline festival offered with the addition of several new entries and the return of some classics. The festival runs July 7-17 in theatres throughout Los Angeles. Here’s a brief look at some of Frameline’s best, which will also be highlights at OutFest. […] Click to read more »

San Francisco’s Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is Just Around the Corner by Kevin M. Thomas

Frameline, the world’s largest resource for LGBT media and film, is proud to announce the 35th anniversary of the internationally renowned San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. Tickets go on sale now. This year’s legendary showcase for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) cinema runs June 16-26, with San Francisco screenings at the landmark Castro Theatre […] Click to read more »

A Closer Look: SF’s and L.A.’s GLBT film festivals heat up with Latin spice by Kevin M. Thomas

San Francisco’s GLBT film festival has a definite Latin flavor this year – with a lot of quality entries from South America. Two of these films will also be featured at L.A.’s OUTFEST from July 8th – 18th. One standout is “Elvis & Madona,” screening June 19 at the Castro in SF at 4pm. After […] Click to read more »

San Francisco’s LGBT Film Festival: Calling it diverse is an understatement by Kevin M. Thomas

Gays, lesbians, trannys and bears –  they’re all covered at this year’s  SF LGBT film festival. Tickets for the Frameline 34 Film Festival go on sale this Friday. The festival itself runs from June 17-27. With about 220 movies representing 31 countries, there is truly something for everyone – 32 transgender films, nine African American, […] Click to read more »