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Filmmaker Revisits David Bowie to Document Final Years

Filmmaker Revisits David Bowie to Document Final Years

Jan 15
After British filmmaker Francis Whately captured David Bowie in his 2013 film, "David Bowie: Five Years," he thought documenting the life of his musical hero was complete. Turns out he was mistaken.

On the Road with Donald and Helen

On the Road with Donald and Helen

Jan 14
Dame Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland hit the American south in new road trip movie, "Leisure Seeker."

After Outcry, Mark Wahlberg Donates $1.5 Million Film Fee

After Outcry, Mark Wahlberg Donates $1.5 Million Film Fee

Jan 13
Following an outcry over a significant disparity in pay between co-stars, Mark Wahlberg agreed Saturday to donate the $1.5 million he earned for reshoots for "All the Money in the World" to the sexual misconduct defense initiative Time's Up.

5 Queer Films Better Than 'Call Me By Your Name' (& Where to Stream Them)

5 Queer Films Better Than 'Call Me By Your Name' (& Where to Stream Them)

By Robert Nesti | Jan 12
Did "Call Me by Your Name" leave you swooning? Here are five LGBTQ romances that we like even better and where to find them.

Sarah Paulson's Cinematic Moment (Thanks to Steven Spielberg)

Sarah Paulson's Cinematic Moment (Thanks to Steven Spielberg)

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 12
Sarah Paulson had a bucket list moment when Steven Spielberg asked her to take a featured role in "The Post," his political drama coming to theaters for Christmas. EDGE spoke to Paulson about her role in the film & her relationship with Holland Taylor.

 Review :: The Post

Review :: The Post

By Robert Nesti | Jan 12
When it comes to a perfectly calibrated film going experience, "The Post" more than delivers.

 Review :: French Kisses

Review :: French Kisses

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jan 12
This is a curated compilation of six sexy French short LGBT movies that range from light-hearted comedy to rather melodramatic fare that are all rather entertaining in their own way.

 Review :: The Commuter

Review :: The Commuter

By Greg Vellante | Jan 12
Liam Neeson stars in "The Commuter," a ridiculous movie that never ceases to be an absolute blast. In other words, it's exactly what a pulpy January release should be.

 Review :: Saturday Church

Review :: Saturday Church

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jan 12
14-year-old Ulysses is struggling with his sexual identity. He finds his answers are all there in a West Village Church - but without even a hint of religion, in this cute and compelling drama.

Son Denies Molestation Allegations Against Franco Zeffirelli

Son Denies Molestation Allegations Against Franco Zeffirelli

By Colleen Barry | Jan 12
The son of Italian film director Franco Zeffirelli has issued a statement denying sexual molestation allegations against his father from actor Johnathon Schaech.

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