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    Critic's Picks: 2013's Best Comedy Web Series, and 18 More You Need to Watch Now

    What were the best web series in 2013? The major guilds have already weighed in. The Writers Guild is honoring "Husbands" and "Sylvia Plath: Girl Detective." The powerful Producers Guild recognized some of the most popular series this year in "The Lizzie Bennett Diaries," "Burning Love," "Video Game...

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    How Jonathan Caouette Protege Jason Yamas Is Following His Mentor's Lead with His Debut Feature, 'Not Me, Murphy'

    Jason Ryan Yamas debuted his first feature, "Not Me, Murphy," at New York's Queer Experimental Festival MIX NYC last month. The film, shot on a professional VHS format, Super VHS, depicts the life of a young man who decides he may just need a break from his everyday life. Murphy has what doctors w...

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    Now This Is What a Film Festival Venue Looks Like: Inside MIX NYC's Lair

    The 26th Annual MIX NYC, New York's Queer Experimental Film Festival is taking Brooklyn's Gowanus neighborhood by storm all week. After opening earlier this week with a program of the best in queer film and video work and some performance and installation pieces, the festival rages on into the week...

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    Que(e)ries: Talking To The Organizers Of MIX NYC, The Queer Film Festival That Does It Like Nobody Else

    MIX NYC is unique not only in that it focuses on experimental film, but also by presenting small and large-scale installations (this year around 18 pieces, occupying about 12,000 square feet!) and all of it in a completely designed, immersive environment where people come to hang out as well as go s...

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    'I Am Divine' Director Jeffrey Schwarz On The Legend Of His Muse

    Before the video revolution of the 1980s, it was damn near impossible for a suburban kid like myself to see the kinds of movies I read about in Danny Peary’s Cult Movies book. One of the titles Peary wrote about was "Pink Flamingos," a movie so demented, depraved and disgusting I became obsessed wit...

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    'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Contains Graphic Lesbian Sex, But What's It Really About? Director Abdellatif Kechiche Explains Himself

    Four and a half months after Cannes, Kechiche sat down for an interview in a downtown Manhattan hotel looking the opposite of his celebratory Cannes moment. He was dead serious, reserved and seemingly afraid to offer beyond a few words of insight about his movie at a time. More than anything else, K...

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    Que(e)ries: What Do We Expect from Lesbian Films?

    Last week, two separate events begged the question: What do we expect from lesbian films? The two situations raise more questions than answers, but both warrant further examination.

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    Daniel Radcliffe on Proving His Naysayers Wrong With 'Kill Your Darlings'

    As gay Beat poet Allen Ginsberg, Daniel Radcliffe is a long way from Hogwarts in the indie drama "Kill Your Darlings," out today in New York and Los Angeles. The role marks his edgiest and highest profile one yet post-"Harry Potter," brought him fame and made him the richest British star under 30 in...

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    Beyond 'Orange Is The New Black': The Summer of the Lesbian Web Series

    This summer I was on my way to see a friend’s band when Regina Spektor’s voice pierced my ears. It was coming from a ground-floor flat: “Yooouu’ve got tiiiiiiiiiime!” "Orange Is New Black," via title credits, leapt from my laptop to my city street. I’ve never heard a web series broadcast so p...

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    Que(e)ries: Bruce LaBruce On His Gay 'Harold and Maude' (Or Reverse 'Lolita'), 'Gerontophilia'

    Hometown bad boy Bruce LaBruce is back at the Toronto International Film Festival with what could bedescribed as a sort of gay “Harold and Maude” (though LaBruce prefers a "reverse 'Lolita'"). Set in Montreal, the film details the sexual relationship between a teenage boy (dreamy newcomer Pier-Gabri...

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