This Blu-ray release of the pungent 1969 critique of marriage makes for a tart counterpoint to the matrimonial idealists on both sides of today's ongoing marriage debate.
The Michigan state senate has approved an animal protection bill that would incidentally reinforce the state's already existing -- and unconstitutional -- ban on same-sex intimacy.
One of post-modern dance's premiere choreographers retires her stage works in this inspiring retrospective spanning over 30 years of experimental movement.
The trajectory and traumas of African-American ballerina Misty Copeland are chronicled in Nelson George's home-movie-feeling documentary.
An aged, ill Sigmund Freud toils with two unruly house guests and his suspicious physician in Terry Johnson's comic psychodrama at 2nd Story.
"London Spy" is a progressive and thoroughly entertaining drama that's never afraid of its gayness.