Imagine "Boys Don't Cry" with 10-year-olds. In "Tomboy," a girl uses the opportunity of her family's recent move to reinvent herself as a boy to her new group of friends.
A touching if overly worshipful portrait of two kooky, kinky lovebirds.
Asghar Farhadi's Iranian drama "Nader and Simin, a Separation," a look at contemporary Iranian society, took the top three awards at the Berlinale on Saturday.
The Berlinale has been the preeminent film festival for the best in international LGBT cinema for decades.
Women's soccer establishes a cultural bridge between Tehran and Berlin in "Football Undercover."
Parvez Sharma, whose "A Jihad for Love" opened this year's Panorama Dokumente section at the Berlinale on Friday, is heading back to his native India for his next project, a Muslim Bollywood pic…
BERLIN - Considering that Berlin is one of Europe's oldest gay capitals, it's no wonder queer cinema has left its indelible mark on the Berlin Intl. Film Festival.
Sub-titled "a coming out of queer cinema," Andre Schafer's "Here's Looking at You, Boy" is enjoyable entertainment for fest viewers and the cable and DVD crowd interested in taking a fast trip down…
Friday was girls' night at the Berlinale Teddy awards for gay pics, with best film going to Zero Chou for "Ci-Qing" (Spider Lilies), about a girl coming out in the age of the Internet. Doc award went…