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Hidden Indoor Gems

Funny dancers, a giant whale, painted food porn and James Franco fill Houston summer with cool arts happenings: All indoors!

By Tarra Gaines

Every summer Houston’s most acclaimed performing arts institutions head outside for some sizzling artistic endeavors in the fresh air, but when all that wonderful dance, drama and music gets ...

QFest screening

Houston-born filmmaker's sexually explicit Fourplay is really about human intimacy

By Joel Luks

When the opening credits roll away from an innocuous slideshow of classic sketches that study the finer details of human anatomy and onto images of transsexual nuns with erect penises, Japanese org ...

Movies Are My Life

QFest steps out with 60 films and a Divine opening-night attraction

By Joe Leydon

They’re here, they’re queer – and on opening night, they’re absolutely divine. No kidding: The 17th annual edition of QFest, the Houston GLBT-Q International Film Festiv ...

Top Events

Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events — young professionals toga party included

By Joel Luks

On the itinerary this week are young professional gatherings, one big dog spectacle, a behind-the-scenes look at musical theater, an outsiders art show and a multicolored artsy evening at one ...

Aurora Picture Show and QFest present Fourplay by Kyle Henry

Aurora Picture Show

Join Aurora Picture Show for a little foreplay during QFest with a screening of native Houstonian Kyle Henry's Fourplay, a compilation of four sex-tales set in four American cities showcas

Movies Are My Life

Straight woman impregnated by her gay friend: Don't worry, Lisecki knows what he's doing in Gayby

By Joe Leydon

On a Boston movie location years ago, David Mamet shared with me these words of wisdom he had gleaned from Lorne Michaels: “A guy comes home from college and finds his mother is sleeping with ...

Five days, 30-plus movies

"Not just another white gay male movie": QFest looks to shake things up and celebrate everyone

By Joel Luks

After 31 years of being in love, New England lesbians Dot and Stella find themselves eloping to Canada to get married and live out their golden years. One is almost deaf, the other is blind. They p ...

Calendar Closeup

Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events

By Joel Luks

On tap this week: A convergence of two organizations that each does its part to keep the city beautiful, the beginnings of a new party series, a farewell for a popular musical meetup, a space odyss ...

QFest Closing Night Screening: Violet Tendencies

Director Casper Andreas returns to QFest with another sparkling, fast-paced, ribald comedy done in the best tradition of Hollywood’s Golden Era of Screwball Classics. Mindy Cohen (Natalie, Th

QFest Screening: A Tribute to Elizabeth Taylor: Boom!

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

From the director of Secret Ceremony and Mr. Klein comes this brilliant but underrated, over-the-top adaptation of Tennessee Wiliams’ play The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore.

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