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    Watch Moviegoers Answer Semi-Inappropriate Questions After Seeing 'Blue Is The Warmest Color'

    So film writer Judith Dry -- aka Rude Jude -- straped on her pink leather tie and asked strangers inappropriate questions about the film.

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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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    Peaches Talks Gay Rights, Performance Art and Making the Jump to Filmmaking With 'Peaches Does Herself'

    For over a decade, electroclash punk artist Peaches has danced a wild line between pop artist and provocateur. Now she can add "filmmaker" to that resume.

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    Heroines of Cinema: 'Blue is the Warmest Color' and the Real Problem With Male Filmmakers and Female Sexuality

    I am a man, and this is an article concerning female sexuality, at least in part. I feel that should be noted immediately, lest anyone take it as an unnoticed irony rather than a relevant starting point. While I don’t see my gender as fatally problematic either to the authorship of this article or t...

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    GLAAD Presents Its Yearly Report on Portrayals of LGBT Characters in the 2013-2014 TV Season

    GLAAD (formerly the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) has taken to the airwaves, observing the amount of LGBT characters being or set to be portrayed on television in the upcoming season and compiling all the statistics into their annual Where We Are on TV Report.

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    Abdellatif Kechiche Corrects the Record On Lesbian Drama 'Blue Is the Warmest Color': The Film Should Be Released

    In an interview with Indiewire today ahead of the movie's appearance at the New York Film Festival, Kechiche put it bluntly: Of course he wants the movie released.

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    Que(e)ries: Talking Sex With The Star and Director of NYFF's Raciest (Male) Gay Offering, 'Stranger By The Lake'

    At Cannes earlier this year, a sexually explicit, queer-focused French film with two extraordinarily beautiful leads won over critics and audiences alike before making its way to the ongoing New York Film Festival -- and we're not talking about Abdellatif Kechiche's Palme d'Or winning "Blue is the W...

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    Saint Petersburg's Side By Side LGBT Festival Wins Appeal In City Court

    Finally, some good news regarding the LGBT rights situation in Russia: Side By Side -- the LGBT film festival in St. Petersburg that Indiewire profiled this past summer -- has won its final appeal on a devastating charge it had been fighting for months. The City Court of St. Petersburg overturned tw...

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    Que(e)ries: Robin Weigert On Playing a Lesbian Housewife Gone Wild In 'Concussion'

    Robin Weigert is best known for her incredible role on the late, great HBO series "Deadwood" as drunken, foul-mouthed Calamity Jane. But fans of that series -- and anyone else, for that matter -- are about to see a very different side. Her bold, complex turn in Stacie Passon's "Concussion" w...

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    LGBT Actors Face Discrimination in Industry Weighted in Favor of Men and Masculinity

    Hollywood may be famous (or infamous, depending on your point of view) for its liberal politics, but according to a new report, LGBT actors continue to face discrimination in the movie business, even as they see conditions improving. To put it simply, Hollywood is weighted in favor of men and mascul...

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