Venice 2022: Three Nights a Week

★★★★ It warms my heart to see the popularity of drag queens soaring over the past decade. Little indie Three Nights a Week is a celebration of the real work that goes into being a successful drag performer—furthermore, it pays loving tribute to the faces behind the makeup and lashes. Through the lens of “straight” … Continue reading Venice 2022: Three Nights a Week

Five Must-See Films at 2022’s Fantasia International Film Festival

With 2022's Fantasia International Film Festival steadily making its approach, there is no better time to prioritize under-the-radar titles that could slip through the cracks! After the jump, check out five exciting titles we recommend going out of one's way to see at this year's fest! GOODBYE, DON GLEES! Saturday, July 16th Animation, Drama Goodbye, … Continue reading Five Must-See Films at 2022’s Fantasia International Film Festival

Tribeca Film Festival 2022 Wrap-Up

Last year was our first time covering Tribeca as press, albeit virtually due to the imminent danger of the pandemic. This year, we were grateful to able to attend in person, as it is the primary festival that we can easily attend given its location in our own backyard. We had the opportunity to cover … Continue reading Tribeca Film Festival 2022 Wrap-Up

Tribeca 2022: All Man: The International Male Story

★★★★ Reminiscent of another recent documentary I watched on Netflix chronicling the rise and fall of Abercrombie, All Man: The International Male Story is a fascinating watch that dives headfirst into the gay experience of the 80s. Embracing fashion and masculine power, the iconic catalogue spoke to so many during its run, including those who … Continue reading Tribeca 2022: All Man: The International Male Story