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    Gay movies now available on Netflix September 2017

    Netflix has a good rotating collection of gay films ready to stream right to your tv or device. The collection comes and goes and we’ll keep it up to date as we can. Netflix might not have everything as you’ll find on iTunes, but there are a few decent gems in the mix, and even a few not even available on iTunes (we of course have our list of Gay movies on iTunes). More

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    The films of Casper Andreas

    Casper Andreas is no stranger behind or in front of the camera. His list of skills ranges from acting to directing with screenwriting and film producing thrown in. He seems to be almost single-handedly keeping the gay film scene stocked with a range of genre-defined pictures. With acting roles beyond his own films, Casper has […] More

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    Call Me by Your Name review: a beautiful coming-of-age gay romance

    There is always something sweet and reassuring about a coming-of-age story, and especially when it is one we can relate to. Stories range in setting and time, in how the protagonist comes to accept their sexuality, and how they are accepted. Call Me by Your Name is no exception, yet it is told beautifully. More

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    Riverdale’s gets it’s first on screen gay kiss

    When Riverdale premiered only four weeks ago, Kevin Keller the gay character introduced in the comics a few years ago, was included as an important recurring character, but also likely the only gay character. But last night things changed when Kevin was found making out with bad boy Joaquin (Rob Raco). More

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    Boys in the Band revival takes to the West End

    After touring the UK, the first major revival of the classic play in years has landed in London’s West End for a strictly limited run. With a cast led by Sherlock & Doctor Who writer/actor Mark Gatiss and his husband Ian Hallard, Boys in the Band still remains a powerful message nearly 50 years since it was first staged. More

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    First teaser scene from Call Me By Your Name released

    This years’ Sundance film festival saw the premier of Luca Guadagnino’s latest film, an adaptation of André Aciman’s coming-of-age novel Call Me By Your Name, and now a teaser scene has been released ahead of the film’s next festival appearance in Berlin. More

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    Actor Charlie Carver talks about his decision to come out

    Charlie Carver recently sat down with ET and reflected on his decision a year ago to reveal publicly that he’s gay. Already out to family for 10 years and having played many gay roles, working on a recent film made the decision feel right. More

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    Moonlight actor Mahershala Ali wins at SAG Awards

    Moonlight has taken home another statue, this time at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Nominated for 3 awards, Mahershala Ali easily won the award for best supporting actor and he gave a moving and inspirational speech. More

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    Riverdale brings an overly-dramatic Archie to the small screen

    After months of development, the television version of the Archie comic book series has premiered on the CW. Riverdale is a very contemporary and very CW spun version of the typical small American town we grew up with in comic pages. And it’s off to an interesting start. Brought to screen by the already busy […] More

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