Filmmaker Andrea James answers questions about her first feature-length documentary, Alec Mapa: Baby Daddy, based on Mapa's titular one-man show.
Filmmaker Daniel Armando answers questions about his feature debut, What It Was, part of NewFest 2014.
Wade Gasque's directorial debut, Tiger Orange, screens as part of the 26th NewFest, New York's LGBT Film Festival at the Film Society through July 29, followed by a Q&A with Gasque and actors Mark Stano and Frankie Valenti.
Filmmaker Hong Khaou discusses his film Lilting, which won the Cinematography Award: World Cinema at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and screens as part of the 26th NewFest, New York's LGBT Film Festival at the Film Society through July 29.
Brazilian filmmaker Daniel Ribeiro's The Way He Looks won the Teddy Award at the Berlin Film Festival this year. It screens as part of the 26th NewFest, New York's LGBT Film Festival at the Film Society, July 24-29.
The Circle won a Teddy Award for Best Documentary at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival, and will screen as part of the 26th NewFest, New York's LGBT Film Festival at the Film Society, July 24-29.
The Foxy Merkins director Madeleine Olnek shares her thoughts on adapting male-hustler movies, comedy, and catching the attention of Artforum prior to its Manhattan bow as part of NewFest this week.
Co-director Charles Lum shared with FilmLinc Daily how Age of Consent became a full-blown feature, owing some influence to a 1981 film set in Berlin. He also reveals his and fellow filmmaker Tom Verow's experience diving into hardcore London and finding an audience for their film.
The diversity of this year’s NewFest, which opens at the Film Society on July 24, is the most hopeful and exciting aspect of modern queer cinema. The 26th edition spans 20 films and three collections of shorts from around the world.
NewFest, New York's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Film Festival will screen 16 narrative and five documentaries July 24-29.