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    Paris Suburbs Censor Poster For Cannes' Explicit Gay Thriller 'Stranger By The Lake'

    Amid considerable, often violent protesting of France's recent legalization of same-sex marriage, Alain Guiraudie's explicitly sexual gay thriller "Stranger By The Lake" ("L'Inconnu du lac" in French) is hitting theaters in France today. But not without controversy.

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    Outfest Announces 2013 Screenwriting Fellows

    Outfest has announced the 2013 Screenwriting Lab Fellows, with 5 individuals selected for the 11th year of the program: Adam Baran, Rosie Haber, J. Michael Feldman, Pete Mercurio and Julia Dwyer Sullivan. “The fellows selected for the 2013 Outfest Screenwriting Lab have written fresh, exciting LGBT ...

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    Que(e)ries: 10 LGBT Films You Should See On This Summer's Queer Film Fest Circuit

    While "Beyond The Candelabra" is currently gaying-up Cannes in a very big way (check out our report from the film's press conference here), most of us will be waiting until next Sunday night to watch the Liberace biopic on HBO. However, once Cannes comes to a close there will be all sorts of gay hea...

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    NewFest Moves To September For 25th Anniversary

    After 24 years of an early summer schedule (either in June or July), New York's LGBT film showcase NewFest is moving to September for its quarter-century edition. This year's festival will take place September 6-11.

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    Summer School on Differences and Plural Identities During Sicilia Queer Filmfest 2013 (Palermo, Italy)

    For the first time in Palermo, on the occasione of the National Pride Parade, a Summer School on Differences and Plural Identities to heighten the role of the city as a lab for Queer Culture and Gender Studies.

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    James Franco to the Rescue as Australia Bans Travis Mathews' Queer Festival Favorite 'I Want Your Love'

    Travis Mathews' "I Want Your Love" -- which has been screening at festivals for the past year -- has now been banned in Australia, where it was scheduled to play the Melbourne Queen Film Festival, Sydney's Queer Screen and the Brisbane Queer Film Festival.

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    WATCH: Trailer for James Franco Co-Directed Sundance-Selected 'Porn,' 'Interior. Leather Bar.' (Video)

    The meta-documentary, "Interior. Leather Bar.," a riff on the missing forty minutes of William Friedkin's cult film "Cruising," was recently announced as a selection in the Sundance New Frontiers program as well as the Berlinale's Panorama section.  

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    Que(e)ries: Was 2012 a Good Year For LGBT Representation in American Film?

    Of the top 25 grossing films at the U.S. box office in 2012 (so far, at least), there are actually three more films that feature Channing Tatum as a lead actor than feature anyone as an openly LGBT character with more than a couple lines. And there's three Channing Tatum films in that top 25.

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    Did the AIDS Doc 'How to Survive a Plague' Force Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch to Have a Change of Heart About ACT UP?

    When David France was in the middle of production of his film "How to Survive a Plague" (Sundance '12 and an IFC Films/Sundance Selects release), which looks at the AIDS activist group ACT UP from its creation and most robust years through to challenges launched by the Treatment Action...

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    New York's Queerest, Most Dynamic Film Festival Celebrates Its 25th Year (And Launches a Kickstarter Campaign)

    Twenty-five years ago, filmmaker Jim Hubbard and writer Sarah Schulman started the MIX NYC festival for queer experimental film. Over time, the festival has been crucial to the careers of many queer filmmakers. Jonathan Caouette debuted "Tarnation" at the festival. MIX was the fiscal sponsor for ...

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