LA’s Outfest: AIDS-Themed “Pushing Dead” Pushes Envelope Between Comedy and Drama by Kevin M. Thomas

by Kevin M. Thomas @ReelKev Here’s a funny one for you. A struggling writer with HIV is dropped from his health plan and is unable to fill his prescriptions due to his meager income. This seemingly dark film, “Pushing Dead,” is actually also a funny comedy and was one of the best films at San […] Click to read more »

Legendary Artist, Keith Haring’s Work is Still Relevant, Fresh and Thought-Provoking Today in THE POLITICAL LINE

Art should always provoke, inspire and illicit some sort of emotion despite when it was originally created. Keith Haring may have passed away in 1990, but his work continues to be fresh and relevant to social topics of today, particularly in the current exhibit, THE POLITICAL LINE at the de Young – Legion of Honor Fine […] Click to read more »

Greg Louganis Tells Us Of Life After the Olympics As He Preps for Outfest by Kevin M. Thomas

Making a documentary about someone who has spent most of his life in the public eye isn’t easy. One would think we knew all there is about Greg Louganis. And we’d be wrong. I had the great honor to screen the movie “Back on Board: Greg Louganis” when it was in San Francisco for Frameline, […] Click to read more »