When none other than urban legend Patti Smith pronounces, “New York has closed itself off to the young and struggling,” I take it as a sign to move on
If anything, the Sony scandal has temporarily leveled the playing field.
Global Comment spoke with award-winning producer/director Mary Dore recently.
Making its North American debut in the Metropolis section at DOC NYC, Thomas Wirthensohn’s beautifully crafted “Homme Less” follows the quintessentially eccentric New Yorker Mark Reay. At 52, the still dashing and debonair, former international model now strives to make a living as a fashion photographer and bit actor (the “Men in Black” franchise is …
An interview with the director of the film Stephen Colbert considers “So good it almost made me like Chicago Obama.”
Campaign of Hate is a thoughtful examination of Russia’s heinous, anti-LGBT propaganda laws via one-on-one interviews with those most affected by them.
“First to Fall” is an unflinching look not just into the struggle that would eventually oust Gaddafi, but a cinematic, exacting account of how war turns boys into men.
Kitty Green’s “Ukraine is Not a Brothel” is a documentary that goes beyond both politics and T&A hype to bring us a complex portrait of a movement seemingly riddled with contradiction.
Set on the paradise island of Floreana in the Galapagos in the 1930s, The Galapagos Affair is a tale of small town feuding and Tinseltown aspirations turned deadly.
Now, of course, it’s shrug-worthy in most enlightened circles to be gay or lesbian. But when it comes to being trans, well, that’s still a touchy identity