'College' exerts a bizarre and dramatic fascination.
Claudia Wonder certainly has a colorful enough resume to float Dacio Pinheiro's feature portrait.
Film is an innocuous gay romance in sore need of more character and narrative development.
A criss-crosser glued together by the specter of homophobia and gay-bashing in liberal London, "Clapham Junction" is an intelligent and engrossing ensemble drama marred just a bit by narrative…
"Pornography" resorts to the oft-used suspense hook of digging into the backstory behind snuff movies.
White-trash-melodrama cliches both "Hounddog" serious and "Sordid Lives" comedic hobble "Drool."
A relatively trite effort in Jochen Hick's nearly two-decade feature career.
That gay cinema staple, a sensitive lad's formative jock crush, is given protracted replay in David Oliveras' "Watercolors." High school flashback serves up time-tested cliches in humorless…
Scrappy little "Night Fliers" blazes no new ground in the general coming-of-age narrative realm.
The San Francisco Mime Troupe's 50th anniversary is marked by "Too Big to Fail."
Jerusalem's gay community offers one small equal-footing intersection for Israelis and Palestinians, Jews and Muslims.