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    What Makes a Movie Gay? This Series Has Several Answers

    In the screening series New Direction: Queer Cinema Before Stonewall, gay identity at the movies is explored across multiple eras.

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    Film Society of Lincoln Center Announces Complete Lineup for New Queer Cinema Series

    "An Early Clue to the New Direction: Queer Cinema Before Stonewall" will run from April 22 - May 1.

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    13 Essential LGBT Indies From the Post-'Brokeback Mountain' Era

    In the 10 years since "Brokeback Mountain" brought LGBT cinema to a wider audience than ever before, these are the 13 indies that have followed in its bold footsteps through mainstream awareness, awards recognition and/or critical acclaim.

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    BFI Flare Announces First LGBT Film Mentorship Program

    This pilot program offers support to five emerging LGBT filmmakers who will be mentored by a senior figure from the film industry

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    'Transparent' and the New Queer Television

    "Transparent" adapts the New Queer Cinema to a rapidly evolving medium, the standard bearer for a cadre of cultural productions that includes "Looking," "Orange is the New Black," "American Horror Story," "Please Like Me," and many others: the New Queer Television.

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    8 Queer Women Films to Watch in 2014

    Lesbian cinema has moved beyond the traditional "coming out" narrative to ask the all-important question, How does one love?

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    Daily Reads: Hollywood's Homophobia Problem, Why Filmmakers Fail and More

    Plus: How Marvel became the envy and scourge of Hollywood, and why disabled characters are rarely played by disabled actors.

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    Daily Reads: Hollywood and Gay History, Watching Woody Allen Post-Dylan Farrow and More

    Plus: connecting "The Shining" and "Planes: Fire and Rescue" and how Fox is tearing down the wall between networks and studios.

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