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    Jane Clark Talks 'Crazy Bitches,' Horror Films and Slasher Satire

    Gay is becoming mainstream, and therefore so are the gay characters in mainstream films and television. I think that shift has given LGBT filmmakers the freedom to expand outside the niche and tell more universal stories.

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    Reading Ellen Page's Sexuality

    Analyzing Ellen Page's coming out narrative.

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    Ellen Page Comes Out, Will Play Julianne Moore's Lesbian Partner in Freeheld

    A noticeably nervous and emotional Page gave a heartfelt nine-minute speech, thanking the activists in the room for their courage and support and declaring, "I'm tired of hiding, and I'm tired of lying by omission."

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    Miranda Otto Talks About Playing Elizabeth Bishop in Reaching for the Moon

    Reaching for the Moon tells the story of the explosive love affair between Pulitzer Prize winning poet Elizabeth Bishop and Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares in 1950s Brazil.

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    The Big O: Oscar Could be Swayed by Leto's Feminine Mystique

    The voters have also come a long way since handing the 2005 best-picture Oscar to Crash instead of the gay-themed Brokeback Mountain. Since then, there has been at least one actor nominated for playing a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender character each year save for 2007.

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    Que(e)ries: The Highest Grossing Lesbian-Themed Films of All Time

    With 'Blue is the Warmest Color' off to a strong start, let's take a look back at the biggest lesbian-themed box office success stories of all time.

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    Quote of the Day: Manohla Dargis Putting the Button on Blue

    Manohla Dargis has had some issues with the film Blue is the Warmest Color (which did very well at the box office in the US where it opened this weekend) since she saw it back in Cannes in May.

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    Questions of Queer Identity, Coming of Age and Loss of Self in Blue is the Warmest Color

    There's no doubt when Abdellatif Kechiche's Blue is the Warmest Color hits theaters today it will cause controversy. The movie has already experienced both the praise and backlash of both critics and its own director and lead actresses.

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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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