Music Box Films is proud to present the US theatrical release of CHAVELA, directed by Catherine Gund and Daresha Kyi.
Award winning filmmaker JD Disalvatore was diagnosed with stage iv cancer four years ago, but that hasn't slowed down her activism or filmmaking. Now combining both endeavors, she is dedicating her time and talents to the movement to make Los Angeles a no-kill city, and is making a documentary about the fight called “How To Save a Dog”.
So we said the other day that the Oscars this year were more than a disappointment, both in terms of diversity and especially for our community. They put the lesbian film "Carol" aside, despite its quality.
Unlike the Oscars, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA), an association that consists of more than 130 professional critics and entertainment journalists worldwide, announced the winners of the 2016 Dorian awards.
A major project of documentary on transgender people is in preparation.
The other day we learned that the lesbian movie «Carol» was selected to be part of the Cannes film festival, during which it will compete for the Palme d'Or. Know that a documentary about the tragic life of the openly bisexual singer Amy Winehouse will also be broadcast during the festival.
Channel 4, in partnership with «Young and Trans», has ordered three documentaries on transgender youth and their diversity.
"She's beautiful when she's angry" is a documentary that traces the epic of the women's movement from 1966 to 1971, which allowed women around the world to get rights.
Tomorrow will air the documentary "Bible Belt Lesbian: L Word Mississippi" created by Ilene Chaiken and broadcast on Showtime at 9PM ET/PT.
Lesbian folk legend Ferron has just released the music video for her song "The Pledge" from her new project: a CD/DVD combo produced by Bitch and Billie Jo Cavallaro.
Today, in the headlines of the Village Voice, you could discover the 100 most powerless New Yorkers oppose to all most powerful lists which are always about rich and famous people.
The Village Voice has decided to talk about people like you and me, and among them we find the number 22, Tiffany Cocco, a young lesbian homeless.