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Director Joel Edgerton's well-intentioned drama about gay conversion therapy fails to deliver any new insight or even a good cry.
The tragedy of conversion therapy is confronted in Boy Erased, a well-meaning but perfectly conventional message movie.
Actor-director Joel Edgerton details the sensitive process of making Boy Erased and how the film could act as a lifeline for families who have experienced gay conversion therapy.
Our work on this Earth, Rogers insists, is Tikkun Olam (repairing the world). So why does Morgan Neville shut down the possibility of queerness in his documentary?
By serving as a midwife to artists, the "Dean of the Harlem Renaissance" Alain Locke would help foster an art that would stand as a midwife to a better future.
Loo Hui Phang emphasizes the nature of image-making from the first panel: an upside landscape as viewed through the inverting lens of the protagonist's camera.
Beach Rats captures the tumultuous divide between one's mind and feelings, as well as the duality of one's nature.
By picking up his subject after the most infamous event in Wilde's life, Frankel is able to rebuild the narrative of Wilde's post-prison life from the detritus of his public undoing.
Taïa is a writer whose talent shines brightly enough to illuminate the difference between an imitator and an original.
What was unique and liberating about the gay influence on Western culture? Gregory Woods tells only part of the story in Homintern.