“People tell me I’m nothing like my character, thank god!” actor Meredith Hagner laughs. We’re speaking over Zoom a few weeks before the fifth and final season of Search Party premieres (January 7 on HBO Max) and the character in question is disillusioned millennial Portia Davenport, one-quarter of Search Party’s central crew.
Documentary film bears a specific responsibility in preserving lives and legacies with its ability to visually immortalize historical movements, personal reflections, and community spaces beyond the constraints of memory.
As My Best Friend’s Wedding turns 25, Emily Maskell looks at the problematic legacy, inﬂuential gear shifts and evolving future of rom-com cinema’s Gay Best Friend.
Thirty years on, Gus Van Sant's masterpiece still astounds. With their tender performances, its two stars Keanu Reeves and River Phoenix reinvigorated the pinup ideal, writes Emily Maskell.
The new year is the perfect time to update your reading list, and 2022 is off to a strong start with a number of page-to-screen adaptations debuting.
Starring Robin Williams, this 1996 US remake of a 1970s French farce celebrated the joy of being gay in a way that was radical, writes Emily Maskell.
It’s impossible to pick the best noun with which to introduce Bridget Everett. Actor, stand-up comedian, alternative cabaret performer, producer, writer, singer—she does it all.
'Tis the season, dear reader, of the Bridgerton obsession. After the Netflix show's high-society social season drama graced our screens at the end of last year, Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear set out to answer the simple question: What if Bridgerton was a musical?