"The action takes place mostly within characters' subconscious, with mind-bending visuals," USA Today's Claudia Puig enthuses.
GLAAD doesn't cite actors in its gay sweepstakes, but maybe someone should. Neil Patrick Harris deserves a hand for his perf on "How I Met Your Mother."
In "Primetime Blues," historian Donald Bogle writes, "For better or worse, the weekly primetime series (has) had a greater effect on viewer perceptions of African-American experiences than any other…
"When the camera was getting grabbed, I thought it was ruining the film," Curry says of certain thugs. "Only later did I see how to use this." And that's how he came to write "Street Fight."
"Even though it's cinema verite, there's a lot of writing involved," Ohayon says of "Cowboy del Amore," her film about a modern marriage broker. "I have to have an idea or compelling character. Once…
"I was initially inspired by the Japanese hostage crisis in 1997," Perry says. "It went on for four months, ending with all of the rebel insurgents being killed -- some say executed -- after…
It seems to be all over but the shouting. The motion picture awards season, which began back in September when such now-prized items as "Brokeback Mountain" and "Capote" unspooled at the Toronto Film…
"What better place to have a film festival than the international icon that represents all of our dreams and fantasies about movies?" producer Paula Wagner says of the Hollywood Film Festival, which…
When Daily Variety last took a look at gay Hollywood, (Dr.) Laura Schlessinger had a television show, John Goodman was set to play a gay man who returns from the big city to his hometown of "Normal…