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For International Human Rights Day, the United Nations is celebrating the LGBT community with a video, "A History of LGBT Rights at the UN," spotlighting the movement's successes and how far we have left to go on the road to worldwide equality.
More than 65 entertainment leaders are writing songs, producing videos, writing op-eds, and using their influence to spread the message of love to the people of Russia through the Uprising of Love campaign.
Every week, The GLAAD Wrap brings you LGBT-related entertainment news highlights, fresh stuff to watch out for, and fun diversions to help you kick off the weekend.
'God Loves Uganda' makes Academy Awards shortlist, and other notable LGBT documentaries.
'Pier Kids' or 'Naz+Maalik' need your votes for Indiewire's 'Project of the Month.'
Winners for the New York Film Critics Circle awards were announced today, and among those recognized were the French film 'Blue is the Warmest Color' and actor Jared Leto.
Actress Maria Bello came out in a thoughtful personal essay "Coming Out as a Modern Family" she wrote for the New York Times "Modern Love" column published this weekend.
The Side by Side LGBT Film Festival wrapped up on November 30 in St. Petersburg with the Oscar award winning film MILK, Gus Van Sant, Dustin Lance Black, and Bruce Cohen. The festival weathered bomb threats, evacuations of buildings, and last minute scheduling changes.