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Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival

While the Milwaukee Film Festival is offering a new GenreQueer category, the LGBT Film/Video Festival has changed its format. more

My LGBTQ POV

Paul Masterson reflects on the accomplishments of this year’s Shepherd Express LGBTQ Progress Awards recipients. more

My LGBTQ POV

Now in its 31st year, the annual celebration launches Milwaukee’s lakefront festival season with a show of Pride that represents all facets of Milwaukee’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer life. more

My LGBTQ POV

Ruthie answers a question about hook up etiquette while staying with friends. Exciting upcoming events include: 32nd Annual Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival, Nov. 2-12; Courage MKE’s Homecoming Gala, Nov. 3; and Ruthie’s Starry Night Revue, Nov. 5. more

Dear Ruthie

UW-Milwaukee’s Department of Film, Video, Animation and New Genres presents the 32nd-annual LGBT Film and Video Festival, Nov. 2-12. more

Film

LGBTQ columnist Paul Masterson suggests an ongoing series of Pride events to keep the community active in a time of political danger. more

My LGBTQ POV

Tomorrow night,the UWM Union Cinema (2200 E Kenwood Blvd) will host a screening of one of themost anticipated films of the 31st annual LGBT Film/Video Festival, Political Animals .The filmcelebrates the legendary civil rights victories.. more

Film

Milwaukee’s LGBT Film/Video Festival’s many narrative, documentary and short film offerings show at several East Side theaters from Oct. 12-23. For tickets and full schedule information, please visit uwm.edu/lgbtfilmfestival. more

Film

Paul Masterson’s 2015 year in review for LGBT rights and issues. more

Hear Me Out

Dear Ruthie answers a question from a reader who fears he got an STD in Vegas and is afraid to admit to his partner he cheated. She also plugs exciting events including the Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival, Oct. 21-25; Horrifying HamBingo... more

Hear Me Out

This week, the Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival opens. It runs Oct. 15-25. Suitably, the festival makes history just in time for LGBT History Month: It celebrates an auspicious milestone, its 30th anniversary. more

Hear Me Out

Interview with Peter Holbrook of the Cream City Foundation. more

Off the Cuff

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Courtesy of Milwaukee Art Museum

Paul Masterson discusses the importance of fashion and haute couture in the LGBT community and describes several events, including the Milwaukee Art Museum’s “Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years Ebony Fashion Fair,” the Jewish Museum Milwaukee’s ... more

Hear Me Out

Art Prowl: Gallery Night was an eclectic evening of art, music and even a little exercise. Gallery 326 showcased local painters Daniel Fleming, Kristen Lopez, Brian Schneider, Nicholas more

Around MKE

For Milwaukee’s LGBT community October means the LGBT Film/Video Festival. This year it celebrates its 29th anniversary. It’s one of those mainstay “givens” of local LGBT life. It’s also one of those rare moments of group experience that... more

Hear Me Out

FORGE began in the Milwaukee/Chicago area 20 years ago as a support group for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals and communities, those in the female-to-male sphere and more

Expresso

Divine Flicks: The 28th Annual Milwaukee LGBT Film/Video Festival opened its 14-film weekend with much flair at the Oriental Theatre with I Am Divine, the more

Around MKE

I think I didn’t love him enough,” says Erik, a 30-year-old filmmaker, near the start of Keep the Lights On, Ira Sachs’ searching, autobiographical film. Erik (Thure Lindhardt) is referring to his first and so far only attempt at a commi... more

Film Reviews

 The theatre district of downtown Milwaukee houses some relatively big stages. Huddled between a bar and a restaurant right across from the Pabst Theatre rests a much smaller one. Hidden there in plain sight is The Off The Wall Theatre--a quaint.. more

Theater

<p> One of the best recent British television series, “Foyle's War,” now has its own best-of DVD set. The protagonist of the program, which ran for several seasons on PBS last decade, is a British police detective who finds himself near the front.. more

I Hate Hollywood

Tomorrow night,the UWM Union Cinema (2200 E Kenwood Blvd) will host a screening of one of themost anticipated films of the 31st annual LGBT Film/Video Festival, Political Animals .The filmcelebrates the legendary civil rights victories.. more

Film

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