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    GLAAD Releases First Annual Studio Responsibility Index

    GLAAD, the nation's leading LGBT media advocacy organization, released their first annual Studio Responsibility Index, which looks at the quantity, quality and diversity of images of LGBT characters in films from the six major studios during 2012.

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    Qu(e)eries: Why Don't LGBT Movies Make Money At The Box Office Anymore?

    It is indeed rare for a film to feature lead gay or lesbian characters -- as "I'm So Excited" does -- to cross the $1 million mark, at least these days.

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    'Test,' 'Born This Way' Lead Outfest's 2013 Winners

    Outfest has announced the award winners of its 31st Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival.

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    Outfest Review Roundup: Road Trips, True Love and Iconic Queer Memoirs

    This year's Outfest Los Angeles has yet again proven why they are one of the best LGBT film festivals in the country. They've had a spectacular line up of LGBT films including a few we covered at Sundance -- Stacie Passon's excellent Concussion and Martha Shane and Lana Wilson's documentary After Ti...

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    Outfest LA Announces America Ferrera And Cheyenne Jackson As Part Of Panels And Lab Reading

    The nation’s leading LGBT festival will be held July 11 to 21, 2013.

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    It Happened To Him: 'Bridegroom' Subject Shane Bitney Crone On Bringing His Tragic Story To The Screen

    You may recall a heartbreaking viral video (posted below) from early last year, in which Shane Bitney Crone detailed the beautiful relationship he had with longterm partner Tom Bridegroom before his tragic death the year prior. Bridegroom's family -- who had never accepted his sexuality or his relat...

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    Que(e)ries: Considering Tilda Swinton, The Activist

    A photo has hit the web and has become a viral phenomenon within 24 hours. It went from Facebook to Twitter and back, quickly popped up in gay interest news sites, and has by now been featured by the sites of The Independent, The Huffington Post, Le Figaro and Der Standard.

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    We're Lucky We Live in America

    Outfest Doc Plays DC Capitol - Born This Way

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    Memoir of a Hollywood Raconteur: Curtis Harrington's 'Nice Guys Don't Work in Hollywood'

    When I was an undergraduate in UCLA’s film school in 1973, I interviewed Curtis Harrington for the UCLA Daily Bruin about his masterful "The Killing Kind." The filmmaker did not disappoint: He welcomed me into his gorgeous Art Nouveau-stuffed home in the Hollywood Hills and chatted openly and articu...

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    Watch: Two Exclusive Clips From Ugandan LGBT Rights Doc 'Call Me Kuchu'

    Specifically focused around LGBT people and LGBT activists in Uganda, the documentary "Call Me Kuchu" (gay and transgendered citizens are called "kuchus" there), directed by Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall, centers around the life and tragic death of David Kato, a veteran activi...

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