Seven African-American lesbians were pilloried for fighting back when sexually harassed in Manhattan's West Village in 2006, as well as being sensationalized in the media with pejorative monikers like the "seething Sapphic septet."
Using every romantic comedy cliche invented, "The 10 Year Plan" finds itself as a back up plan rather than a premium choice.
This charming documentary is Birmingham, Alabama's real-life "Waiting for Guffman."
Director Wade Gasque may speak the language of cinema, but he's not quite eloquent yet.
This may not be any great shakes, but it's a much better movie than its goofy title would suggest.
Ben Whishaw and Cheng Pei Pei butt heads and hearts, throw down, and find a way to talk to each other despite language gaps and cultural barriers in Hong Khaou's poignant film "Lilting."
Even the most damaged of hearts can find solace through an unexpected love, forcing the person to peel back the layers and open up to who they truly are.
For the Broadway baby in everyone comes a sweet film about making your dreams come true, even when mistaken for a stripper.
One resource bi-national couples may find useful is the Diversity Lottery, also known as the Green Card Lottery. Attorney Caro Kinsella explains the DV for EDGE readers.
Everyone's favorite devil in human form, a demon of haute couture and haute cuisine, is back for thirteen episodes of impeccably deranged, and extremely bloody, fun.
If you could, you'd choose the best possible path for your life. But what if you were tasked with charting the optimal course for an entire civilization out of all possible outcomes? What dilemmas might emerge?
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