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'Euphoria' Star Jacob Elordi Opens Up About Wild Locker Room Scene, Toxic Masculinity

'Transparent' Creator Jill Soloway Replaces Director Bryan Singer for 'Red Sonja'

Actor Jacob Elordi is talking with The Hollywood Reporter, sharing his thoughts about starring in the new HBO teen drama "Euphoria" and his latest scene involving appeari...

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IMDb Lists Trans Celebrities Birth Names Without Consent

IMDb Lists Trans Celebrities Birth Names Without Consent

By Sam Cronin | Jun 26
Recently, movie database IMDb has been drawing criticism from activists and trans celebrities for publishing stars' birth names and been accused of a form of deadnaming.

What to See @ Frameline43

What to See @ Frameline43

By Frank J. Avella | Jun 26
Frameline43, SF's international LGBTQ+ film festival runs through June 30. EDGE's Frank Avella looks at many of the titles in the fest that will likely show at a festival near you.

Finding What's Queer in Italian Cinema @ Open Roads Festival

Finding What's Queer in Italian Cinema @ Open Roads Festival

By Frank J. Avella | Jun 26
The Open Roads Festival, which annually showcases contemporary Italian films, completed its 19th edition recently. EDGE's Frank Avella looks at just how queer the latest edition was.

 Review :: Last Ferry

Review :: Last Ferry

By Padraic Maroney | Jun 26
"Last Ferry" is an interesting movie that will keep your attention from start to finish — if for no other reason than to see where it is going next. It doesn't offer much in terms of suspense, but as a character study there is plenty to unpack.

 Review :: Annabelle Comes Home

Review :: Annabelle Comes Home

By Kevin Taft | Jun 26
Cursed doll Annabelle doesn't do much in her third starring role, but there are a bunch of other spooky apparitions that randomly run rampant in the bland sequel to the spinoff from "The Conjuring."

 Review :: La vie de Jesus

Review :: La vie de Jesus

By Greg Vellante | Jun 26
Balancing its protagonist's tenderness and cruelty in equal doses, Bruno Dumont's debut 1997 feature, "La vie de Jésus," is a fascinating character study.

 Review :: Swing Time

Review :: Swing Time

By Greg Vellante | Jun 26
Marred by a prolonged sequence of outdated and enthusiastic racism, "Swing Time" is both a swoon-worthy musical romance and an unfortunate product of 1930s prejudice.

 Review :: Transfinite

Review :: Transfinite

By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 26
The shorts in "Transfinite" celebrate trans folks as literal magical beings.

 Review :: Queer Genius

Review :: Queer Genius

By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 26
"Queer Genius" documents queer artists of the present day: Barbara Hammer, Black Quantum Futurism, Jibz Cameron, and Eileen Myles.

 Review :: Gay Chorus Deep South

Review :: Gay Chorus Deep South

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 26
After the 2016 elections, the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus launched its Lavender Pen Tour, bringing a musical message of love and unity to four deeply anti-LGBTQ states. This documentary follows the Chorus on that journey of hope and healing.

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