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Lyle

Monday Jul 6, 2015
With a new spin on an old horror classic, this moody tale of a young lesbian couple moving into a Brooklyn brownstone to make a family still manages to tread familiar territory.

Armistead Maupin to Play P-Town During Bear Week

By Bobby McGuire | Monday Jul 6, 2015
Author and storyteller Armistead Maupin returns to the Crown & Anchor in Provincetown for two performances of "Logical Family," a one-man show written and performed by the beloved "Tales of the City" author.

Sand Dollars

Monday Jul 6, 2015
In their latest realistic drama, filmmakers Israel Cárdenas and Laura Amelia Guzmán leave you wondering if maybe it is sometimes better never to have loved at all.

Guidance

Monday Jul 6, 2015
Sometimes "Guidance" can come from the least likely of places in this comedy of faking it until you make it.

Tab Hunter Confidential

Monday Jul 6, 2015
A man of many talents with a life and career characterized by reversals and recoveries, Tab Hunter is an inspiration: A gay man who not only survived the highly homophobic mid-twentieth century in America, but who also found a way to thrive.

From This Day Forward

Monday Jul 6, 2015
Director Sharon Shattuck explains growing up with a transgendered father in the documentary "From This Day Forward."

How to Win At Checkers (Every Time)

Monday Jul 6, 2015
Shot with lovely cinematography, "How to Win At Checkers" is emotionally complex and bittersweet.

Proxy

Monday Jul 6, 2015
Director Brandon Deyette (who also wrote, and stars as Josh) is hardly a visual maestro. But then, he doesn't have to be -- he's just hosting conversations.

Seashore

Monday Jul 6, 2015
Comparisons to "Y Tu Mamá También" are inevitable, but they are not going to favor this tepid and dramatically flat movie.

Firelight

Monday Jul 6, 2015
A ruined world; a lonely hunter; a lost young man. In this week's story, the cold of a depleted future is warmed by things eternal and intangible.

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