Two major anniversaries in Nineties indie cinema – and the filmmakers who created them – will be celebrated next month at Austin's All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival, as the fest has announced that directors Rose Troche and Jim Fall will be honored with aGLIFF Tribute Awards.
Fashion becomes a product of its creators and their experiences the way any art does. The people out there designing what society wears are, in a sense, designing what a society cares about, and therefore must be people with vision – an ability to see the hot, the now, the chic beyond chic.
For both LGBTIQA+ drivers and passengers, the rideshare experience simply isn’t the same as everyone else’s. Rides are tinged with worries about homophobia or getting harassed because of gender identity or sexual orientation.
Congratulations are in order for three of Austin’s moviemaking mainstays today, as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces its latest list of new members. Kudos to Andrew Bujalski, Leah Marino, and PJ Raval as they become the latest voting members of the Oscar-awarding industry body.
Queer residents, architects, and activists gathered Saturday, June 15, for a design competition focused on creating a home for the third largest LGBTQ community in the United States. And by home, we mean a pop-up, traveling qmmunity center – an Austin Outpost, if you will.
Drag queens are at the height of their reign. You’ve seen them on the big screen. You’ve seen them win Emmys. Some boldly say they’re America's new favorite pastime. But, one thing that has arguably reigned longer than the queens themselves is brunch.
More than 100 protesters and counterprotesters descended on the Leander Public Library Saturday afternoon (June 15), to both oppose and support a private family-friendly Pride event put on by a local church.