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Feel Good: Heart-breaking, Hopeful Dramedy for the #MeToo Era

Was there ever a show so ironically named as Feel Good? Sure, season two starts on an optimistic note. Mae has kicked the drinking and drugs that triggered her downward spiral in season one, reconnected with her parents, and voluntarily checked into rehab. But this progress is short-lived. Mae’s debtors know where to find her, […]

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Pride’s concert kickoff, a sci-fi icon conquers space and new sexy tunes by Wrabel & Rufus

Nichelle Nichols: Woman in Motion Whatever your entertainment needs, we got your back (and hopefully your mind) with Queerty’s weekly “Culture Club” column with some of the highlights of new releases, streaming shows, classics worth revisiting, and what to drink while you watch. The Kick-Off: Frankie Grande’s Rainbowthon Pride in Los Angeles may not have […]

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James Kicklighter raises the curtain on a transgender opera star in ‘The Sound of Identity’

Director James Kicklighter James Kicklighter insists he knew nothing about opera before his newest film. The Georgia-born director made his cinematic debut with the film Di passaggio in 2009. He followed up with Desires of the Heart in 2013 before a long hiatus, in which he directed short films and commercials. Now, after a seven-year hiatus, […]

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Master of None Review: A Bleak, Beautiful Black Love Story

What would The Fresh Prince be without Will Smith? Peep Show without Mitchell and Webb? Seinfeld without Jerry? As Aziz Ansari steps out of the spotlight, we are forced to ask the same question about Master of None. In creating Dev Shah, the former protagonist, Ansari drew inspiration from his own life. A struggling thirty-something […]

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A brief chat with QFest Houston Co-Artistic Director Michael Robinson

A year of firsts for the 22-year running LGBT film festival QFest 2018 Closing Night Presented by Spectrum South Photos QFest Houston (website, Facebook) is the best 20-plus-year-running LGBT film festival you’ve never heard of. Founded in 1996 as a partnership of sorts between DiverseWorks, Rice Cinema, Landmark Theatres and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, […]