Reviews of Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life are beginning to trickle in.
Uganda anti-gay bill pushed out of parliament, for the moment at least.
Dave Kehr reviews Otto Preminger’s Hurry Sundown and Such Good Friends, both on DVD this Tuesday from Olive Films.
Mike Huckabee steps down.
David Lynch finishes electronic music album, seemingly channels Cher’s “Believe” for “Good Day Today.”
The world’s most inspiring bookstores.
Tomorrow at the 92nd Street Y, Elaine May will make a rare appearance at a screening of the director’s cut of Ishtar, curated by Miriam Bale. For for information, including ticketing, click here.
Salon’s Joan Walsh sees racism in Newt Gingrich calling Barack Obama “the food stamp president.”
Filmmaker Ira Sachs recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to try and raise the last chuck of funds needed to get his next film, Keep the Lights On, into production. Keep really good queer cinema alive and donate here.
Check out this cool video from our friend Sergio LoDolce:
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