The least we can say is that the Oscars 2016 have been more than disappointing and have created downright controversial first on racial, since the event highlighted a visibility problem for actors from minorities, then on discrimination of women whose work is ultimately little considered. The media present on the red carpet often preferring to focus on their dresses rather than the film they represent, their character or other subjects related to their profession.
Finally, this year was a huge disappointment to the LGBT community.
ABC asked the Weinstein Company, which produced the film "Carol" with Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, to "make adjustments to fit network TV execs’ requests", following the last ad proposed by the company.
The nominations for the 73rd annual Golden Globe Awards have just been announced and between LGBT characters in TV series or movies and lesbian and bisexual actresses, this selection is pretty good this year.
If you are in Chicago in September, do not miss the city's film festival to be held from September 17 to 24. There are very good films to watch!
We now know that the highly anticipated lesbian movie "Carol," starring actresses Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, will be released in fall 2015.
The producer and director Danielle Earle will soon release her lesbian film "Lover's Game" with actresses Crawford Collins, Miranda McCauley and actor Blaine Pennington.
"To Each Her Own" is a lesbian movie you'll love it!
It seems that regular Internet users inside the Vatican illegally download movies and music, including gay and lesbian porns.
The TV project of Jennifer Lopez, The Fosters, centered on a lesbian couple will be developed in an one-hour pilot on ABC and now we know who will play the main characters as those which will play the children.
Lisa Cholodenko, who directed The Kids Are Allright, was elected members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.