Cannes Uncut: Documentary Charts Glorious Excesses, Triumphs and Failures of Festival

The world’s most famous film festival is getting the documentary treatment, with a new feature set to chronicle three-quarters of a century of glitz, glamour and mayhem in the south of France.

Film Education: Los Angeles New Academy, Focusing on Film and TV Education for Highschool Students

George Clooney, Kerry Washington, Don Cheadle Backing Roybal School of Film and Television Production. The Roybal School will start with 9th-and 10th-grade students and include Grades 11 and 12 over the next two years.

Stranger by the Lake (2013): Best Gay Film of Past Decade–Guiraudie’s French Film Probes Transgressive Desire

Gay Pride: Stranger by the Lake is at once a transgressive feature (replete with graphic sex between men), an elegant suspense-thriller that would even make Hitchcock proud, and a morality tale about our libido and carnal knowledge.

Times of Harvey Milk (1985): Best Documentary Feature Oscar

Following the classic structure of a rise-and-fall biopic, the text chronicles the rise to political power and then tragic murder of Milk, in 1978. Milk’s personal-political story paralleled that of the nascent gay rights movement, specifically after the Stonewall riots in New York, in June 1969.

Cannes Film Fest 2021: Official Poster, Featuring Spike Lee, President of the Jury

For that curious look he is going to put on the work of his fellow filmmakers who bring us news of the World – of theirs and surely a little bit of ours too…