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What To See @ NewFest 2019

The Most Dangerous Celebrity Online is Revealed

By Frank J. Avella |
The 31st edition of NewFest, New York's LGBTQ Film Festival, features more than 160 films (inclusive of shorts) from 32 countries and runs October 23-29th. EDGE's Frank A...

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 Review :: And Then We Danced

Review :: And Then We Danced

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 22
This first LGBTQ drama from Georgia (the country) is a excellent and finely-nuanced coming-out tale.

 Review :: Benjamin

Review :: Benjamin

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 22
Brit queer comic Simon Amstell has written/directed this crowd pleaser of a rom-com that will especially appeal to everyone who also has a tendency to overthink everything, especially love.

 Review :: Unsettled: Seeking Refuge In America

Review :: Unsettled: Seeking Refuge In America

By Rob Lester | Oct 22
A documentary puts several human faces on something many would rather resist facing: Violence around the world, and how America, so-called "Land of Opportunity," isn't always that for those who come seeking sanctuary.

 Review :: Straight Up

Review :: Straight Up

By Kevin Taft | Oct 22
With a stand-out performance by Katie Findlay, the indie straight/gay rom-com "Straight Up" is charming even if it's narratively unsatisfying.

What To See @ NewFest 2019

What To See @ NewFest 2019

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 22
The 31st edition of NewFest, New York's LGBTQ Film Festival, features more than 160 films (inclusive of shorts) from 32 countries and runs October 23-29th. EDGE's Frank Avella offers his choices for what to see at this year's festival.

André Aciman Discusses Follow-Up Book to 'Call Me By Your Name' in New Interviews

André Aciman Discusses Follow-Up Book to 'Call Me By Your Name' in New Interviews

By Sam Cronin | Oct 22
André Aciman, author of "Call Me By Your Name," is writing a follow-up story to give "a sense of closure and finality" to the characters of Elio and Oliver. Check out some highlights from two new interviews with the author here.

 Review :: The Kitchen

Review :: The Kitchen

By Greg Vellante | Oct 22
An unintentional parody of the gangster film, "The Kitchen" ends up being one of the funniest films of the year despite its desire to be gritty and dramatic.

 Review :: Nevrland

Review :: Nevrland

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 22
Austrian filmmaker Gregor Schmidinger calls this psychedelic trip a post-gay coming of age story.

 Review :: Queen Of Lapa

Review :: Queen Of Lapa

By Roger Walker-Dack | Oct 22
The story of Brazil's most famous transgender activist and mentor.

 Review :: Zen In The Ice Rift

Review :: Zen In The Ice Rift

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 22
Writer-director Margherita Ferri presents a complex portrait of a young trans athlete in a remote Italian town in "Zen in the Ice Rift."

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