LGBT Representation Present With Winners in 2015 Emmy Awards

The 67th Annual Emmy Awards were given out last night in Los Angeles and there was a slew of LGBT representation in terms of nominees and projects. Big winners were “Game of Thrones,” “Veep,” “Transparent,” the HBO film “Olive Kitteridge” and Viola Davis made history by being the first black woman to win in the Lead […]

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Jane Anderson on Loving the Unlikable ‘Olive Kitteridge’ and State of LGBT-ness on TV

Olive Kitteridge is not a nice lady…but she’s a captivating one. Proof that you don’t have to be the most likable character to be an interesting one, Frances McDormand expertly brings the cranky, titular character from the Elizabeth Strout collection of short stories to life in the HBO series, which airs two episodes tonight and […]

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Indie Film Club: 7 Questions With ‘The Kids Are All Right’ Director Lisa Cholodenko

XFINIITY On Demand Indie Film Club Spotlight: Lisa Cholodenko has made only three films, but they’ve cast her as one of the most compelling filmmakers in the independent landscape. Her work is notable for its richly drawn investigations into the lives of complex women dealing with life’s big issues: sex, love, friendship and family, as […]

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