Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, director of the award-winning documentary "Bridegroom" and write, director and producer of "Designing Women," spoke with GLAAD about "Bridegroom," the groundbreaking HIV/AIDS episode of "Designing Women" and how TV has played a role in social change.
Shane Bitney Crone, subject and producer of the documentary "Bridegroom," about the tragic, unexpected death of Shane's partner Tom Bridegroom and subsequent discrimination Shane faced from Tom's family afterward, spoke with GLAAD about "Bridegroom" and the journey he has been on for the past year and a half as the documentary's TV premiere draws near.
"Geography Club," the new film based on the award-winning Brent Hartinger novel of the same name, follows a group of LGBT teens who form a secret support group at their high school. GLAAD spoke with the film's director, Gary Entin, about differences between the film and novel and why the story of "Geography Club" is important to tell.
Autostraddle examines how the defamatory tradition of transgender women appearing in horror films continues with Insidious 2, and why the trope is dangerous for general audiences to accept and traumatizing for trans viewers to witness.
This Friday, October 11, God Loves Uganda will open the theaters around the United States and Canada. The Oscar award willing director, Roger Ross Williams, shared with GLAAD why he made the film, as well as what action he hopes the film inspires.