‘Rupaul’s Drag Race’ stars celebrate eight Emmy nominations in West Hollywood

LOS ANGELES, Calif.– The stars of VH1’s hit reality-competition series Rupaul’s Drag Race celebrated the show’s historic eight Emmy nominations with an exclusive Q&A at Micky’s West Hollywood last night.  Judge Michelle  Visage and former contestants Raven, Eureka and Delta talked about the art and craft of drag in a packed room overlooking Santa Monica […]

A modern western thriller with a conscience

Taylor Sheridan writes modern western thrillers with something like consciences. In Sicario, drug war on the U..S Mexico border corrupted the best of intentions. One of last year’s Best Picture nominees Hell and High Water was about two brothers who robbed a scurrilous bank that had cheated their mother out of her land. Wind River, […]

‘Finding Life’ — Director Carlton Smith finds life among gay and lesbian couples looking to foster/adopt children

One of the less-publicized but equally important victories to come out of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 decision to legalize same-sex marriage was the now-new ability to adopt children. It would take exactly two years to the day for the court to strike down an Arkansas law that tried to uphold the ban but strike […]

Meet Michael Mizerany — San Diego’s go-to collaborator and choreographer

Michael Mizerany has been playing his career like a chess game and he’s just about at check mate. Most people who know him, or who might be familiar with his career, might assume that he started off as a dancer for a company called Malashock. However, you would be wrong. The dancing part did happen […]

Logo and the ACLU Partner for the premiere of Logo Documentary Films’ ‘Forbidden: Undocumented & Queer In Rural America’

NEW YORK, N.Y. – The Emmy Award-Winning Logo Documentary Films and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) today announced a partnership to promote the broadcast premiere of Forbidden: Undocumented & Queer in Rural America.  The documentary, which follows Moises Serrano, an undocumented immigrant and gay man born in Mexico and raised in North Carolina, fighting for […]

Watch: Pink releases music video for ‘What About Us’

Today, Pink released the music video for “What About Us”,  the first official single from Pink’s highly anticipated seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, which is available for pre-order now and set for release Oct. 13. The video  was directed by Georgia Hudson and choreographed by The Goldenboyz (RJ Durell and Nick Florez). Watch the video above. […]

‘Baby Steps’ – A comedy-drama that explores the complex world of international surrogacy for a gay Taiwanese-American family

Baby Steps Trailer from Barney Cheng on Vimeo. The topography of Asian LGBTQ cinema is as diverse and as uneven as any site-specific genre. The films of the 48 nations, six states and just over 4 billion people reflect various stages of cinematic self-actualization that range from lurid and sentimental to haunting and profound. For […]

Jason Stuart: Celebrating 25 years being openly-gay in the entertainment industry

Jason Stuart has broken barriers while overturning stereotypes in the film industry for over two decades. He’s defied the odds by not taking no for an answer. He did not become successful first and then come out. He came out when the water was cold and paid his dues. Stuart credits this with his mantra, […]

Local San Diego art gallery celebrates National Deaf Awareness Month

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Local visual artist Jon Savage recently set his sights on connecting with other deaf artists across the country using the hashtag #deafartist.  He approached gallery owner Patric Stillman, who recently held a significant exhibition for the LGBTQIA community at The Studio Door in North Park.  Together, they have planned a national […]

Jill Soloway to receive prestigious LGBTQ Community Award at Point Foundation Los Angeles Gala

LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Point Foundation (Point) will honor innovative TV and film writer, director, and producer Jill Soloway with the Point Impact Award at the Point Honors Los Angeles gala Oct. 7. The award is presented to an individual who has made a significant impact on improving the lives of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, […]

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