A Montana couple raising a canus lupus in captivity is chronicled in docu "True Wolf," which offers rather hazy argument in favor of reintroducing the species into areas where it's long been hunted…
Shot in 2005, "Drunkboat" is based on a play from 1985, though it might as well have been 1965 -- when its particular funny-sad theatrical contrivances might've seemed fresh.
Campbell X's raffish, seriocomic debut feature is rough-hewn in technical and narrative terms but offers a bracingly uncompromised peek at a subculture that should appeal to (primarily) lesbian…
Love that's anything but "Unconditional" grows increasingly unhinged in Brit tube helmer Bryn Higgins' first bigscreen feature.
Already controversial at home, "Zenne Dancer" dramatizes the real-life "honor killing" of an Istanbul student by his family after they discovered he was gay.
"Strong!" is an entertaining portrait of Cheryl Haworth, a 2000 bronze medalist in women's weightlifting, as she trains for her third and final Olympics and faces a life no longer focused on the…
Ash Christian's "Petunia" offers family mega-dysfunction in the cruelly funny mode of Todd Solondz, albeit with a bit less bile (and punch).
Walking a sometimes wobbly line between charming and cloying, "Sassy Pants" is a fable-like comedy that charts a young woman's liberation from the apron strings of her divorced mother, with only…
A long-forgotten, envelope-pushing figure of 1970s rock will be hard to forget again after "Jobriath A.D."
Likely to frustrate gay and sci-fi auds, or indeed anyone with an interest in coherent storytelling, multihyphenate Jorge Ameer's "D'Agostino" is so aimless and shapeless, one might guess its real…
If prolificacy and enterprise were enough, one-man band Jorge Ameer might seem one of the preeminent gay Amerindie filmmakers of recent years.