The hard road James Sweeney traveled to make his debut feature Straight Up is not necessarily one that everyone will survive.
Filmmaker Sarah Salovaara on Céline Sciamma's revolutionary lesbian period piece, which presents a very contemporary take on the 18th century.
Manila Death Squad director Dean Colin Marcial looks at Isabel Sandoval’s new film, Lingua Franca, through a distinctly personal lens.
Jeremy Hersh, who's currently crowdfunding his debut feature The Surrogate on Kickstarter, makes the case for Cristian Mungiu's 2012 drama.
David Charles Rodrigues on how his personal history inspired him to make Gay Chorus Deep South a film for mainstream America.
Jessie Jeffrey Dunn Rovinelli on So Pretty, a fictional autobiography which came to shape her and how she saw herself and the world.
Director Yen Tan on growing up gay in Malaysia, his journey in America, and how it all relates to his poignant AIDS drama 1985.
Andrew Fleming details the rejection he has faced with his new film, the gay romantic comedy Ideal Home, starring Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd.
Damon Cardasis on his experiences making Saturday Church, which shows a positive path forward for Christianity in the LGBTQ community.
Zia Anger gives her personal take on the controversy surrounding David France and his film The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson.