Christine Vachon (I’m Not There, Far From Heaven) is one of the producers of this creepy but fascinating true story about a mother’s love starring oft-Oscar-nominated Julianne Moore. Also stars Stephen Dillane (John Adams) and Hugh Dancy (Elizabeth I). Genius Products (geniusproducts.com). — Preview: Nancy Ford
Archive for February, 2009
Last year, Williams had attendees of Lesbian Health Initiative-Houston’s Valentine’s gala screaming with laughter at her hilarious take on parenting, aging, and, of course, sex. Enjoy! Ariztical (ariztical.com). — Preview: Nancy Ford
Award-winning director Zero Chou presents three interwoven stories focusing on butch accordion player Diego and the lesbians who come in and out of her life as they seek their true identity. Wolfe (wolfevideo.com). — Preview: Nancy Ford
Himself a Southern California college “schoolboy,” the handsome Oscar Peralta introduces each of these six short films focusing on the challenges of young gay and not-so-gay men. Titles include Kali Ma, Flatmates, Secrets, yeah no definitely, Benny’s Gym, and You, Me & Him. Picture This! Entertain
ment (picturethisent.com). — Preview: Nancy Ford
Chad Allen returns as the busy gay private investigator probing why anyone would want to deface a lesbian couple’s (Margot Kidder, Gabrielle Rose) farmhouse with hate graffiti, while he simultaneously fends off advances from his lover’s ex. Feb. 24. Here! TV (heretv.com). — Preview: Nancy Ford
The sophomore go-round of the popular spawn of here! TV’s Dante’s Cove combines horror and vampires, with sexy stars Peter Stickles, Dylan Vox, and Colton Ford continuing to push the boundaries between pleasure and pain. Feb. 24. Here! TV (heretv.com). — Preview: Nancy Ford
At 47, k.d. lang is aging gracefully, to be sure. She is the pair of comfortable shoes she still chooses to kick off onstage. Her fresh, minimally made-up face framed by her Rachel Maddow-y haircut is fuller now; her stuffing is shifting like an old, over-upholstered chair that’s been in the family as long as you can remember.
Questioning OutRight, questioning religious tax breaks, questioning LeftOut, questioning OutSmart, questioning Obama.
I joined a new writing group. One of our area’s eminent authors offered a four-week workshop and, since my writing life lacks oomph, I added it to my to-do list.
With Valentine’s Day’s arrival and Spring just around the corner, a girl’s (and a guy’s) thoughts turn to love, romance, and—for us baser souls—sex! Many of us are busy making plans for our Day d’ Amour—flowers and a card, dinner for two, dancing, champagne, chocolates in a red satin, heart-shaped box, rose petals sprinkled on the bed, or some variation of those traditional offerings. Since lovemaking is an integral part of this day, we should also be planning for safer sex.