The co-directors talks about profiling the transgendered soldiers fighting to protect our freedom when their own is being infringed upon.
The director on being in the right place at the right time to document a six-year-old's fight for equality that will affect generations.
On her cinematic essay that traces her own personal history and her adopted home state of California.
While it was easy to get lost in the celebration surrounding the Supreme Court’s recent affirmation of same-sex marriage, PJ...
Wrongly convicted of an unthinkable crime, a quartet of women - and the filmmakers who chronicle their case - talk about the film that could help exonerate them completely.
The Indian writer/director on skirting the authorities to tell a gay love story in a country where it's forbidden and the professional heartbreak that led to personal triumph.
A bold look at a community searching for a way forward in Puerto Rico.