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    Blue is the Warmest Color International Trailer Hits

    Palme d'Or winning film, the controversial, Blue is the Warmest Color will also play at the upcoming Toronto Film Festival. The film about two young lesbians won the top award at Cannes but was denounced by Julia Maroh who wrote the graphic novel Blue Angel that the film was based upon.

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    Cross Post: Fostering Our Future

    The new fantastic, flashy, female-fronted shows of the season have received seemingly endless and endlessly deserving ink. We all love "Orphan Black" and "Orange Is the New Black,". But there's a quieter, also deserving show of the summer that has been quietly revolutionary in its own way. And that ...

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    Blue is the Warmest Color Author Slams Sex Scenes in Film Adaptation

    Everyone has been buzzing about Abdellatif Kechiche's Blue is the Warmest Color throughout all of Cannes and even more since its win of the coveted Palme d'Or. The three hour lesbian drama, received the prize the same day that anti-gay marriage protests, which was legalized earlier in the month, wer...

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    Blue is the Warmest Color Wins Palme D'Or at Cannes

    On a day where there was a march in Paris against gay marriage that turned violent (same sex marriage becomes legal in France on Wednesday), the three hour lesbian drama Blue is the Warmest Color (La Vie d'Adele - Chapitre 1 & 2) starring Adele Exarchopoulos and Lea Seydoux directed by Tunisian dire...

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    Watch The Top 3 WNBA Picks Talk Sports and Sexuality

    While we have made great progress on gay marriage, we stil live in a world where there is not a single professional out male athlete that is currently playing a major sport. They are there, they are scared, but that's it's a really big, important step that hopefully is coming.

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    Guest Post: A Perfect Ending — Lesbian Film, Art House Film or Both?

    So what is it that makes a movie a lesbian movie?   Does it require lesbians playing the roles of the characters?  Does the director have to be gay? Is there a quota of girl on girl “action” that determines the “gayness” of the film?  If it had been direct...

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    Trailer Watch: Jack and Diane

    Film will open in the US on November 2.

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    'Wish Me Away': Directed by Bobbie Birleffi and Beverly Kopf

    Wish Me Away is the incredibly moving coming out story of country music star Chely Wright. When I read a little over a year ago that Wright (who I did not know at the time) had come out my first reaction was "big deal."  After you watch the film you realize how difficult this process ...

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    Wish Me Away: Interview with Directors Bobbie Birleffi and Beverly Kopf

    This is a repost of the interview I did at the premiere of the film last summer at Newfest in NYC. The film opens in NYC today and is also available on demand. Info here.

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    New Trailer for Wish Me Away: Directed by Beverly Kopf & Bobbie Birleffi

    This will open in theatres in the summer but New Yorkers can catch it at the Athena Film Festival on February 11. Details here.

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