Long-in-coming documentary and tender memento about Matt Shepard doesn’t just revisit the atrocity of his death, it moves through it, and finds meaning in it.
A return to the original Kern-Hammerstein score, restored songs, and an oversize orchestra and cast bring this classic musical back to life on PBS.
Here’s a chance to see this remarkable group in a one-two combination of a documentary special, followed by the concert. And you don’t even need to be a cable subscriber since HBO has apps that let you stream their offerings.
The new network will launch in October 2015 on Apple iOS and Android mobile phones, Roku and through its Web portal. It will not be on your local cable or satellite menu since it has chosen simple streaming as its distribution method.
From the wicked imagination of Todrick Hall comes this LGBT version of Beauty and the Beast that has taken the nation by storm this weekend. With multi-media clips included.
Mischa Kamp’s BOYS is now on DVD and ranks as one of the most wholesomely romantic gay teen films ever and features an irresistible pop soundtrack.
“I don’t know how I got into this. I have no ideas and I’m not sure where to begin. My guess is that (Amazon) will regret this.” – Woody Allen