John Cameron Mitchell brings his cult musical about "internationally ignored" transgender rock star Hedwig to the screen.
As with any other marginalized group, it's tricky to make a movie about the queer community—even if the filmmakers responsible are members of the tribe.
We have seen people like us reduced to stereotypes—sometimes based in truth, sometimes played by queer performers eager to find work and express their own identities in front of a camera, for better or for worse.
The 50 Best LGBTQ Movies Ever Made
An antidote to the "soft-focus" lesbian movies of yore, Go Fish is urban, black-and-white, and shot on a shoestring budget.
This is a collection of movies that, at the very least, express to its viewers that—no matter what end of sexual or gender spectrum in which they feel most comfortable—they are not alone.
Description: Starring co-writer Guinevere Turner and directed by Rose Troche, Go Fish was the lesbian film of the '90s indie-movie boom.