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Watch: 'Stalls' Filmmaker João Dall'Stella Discusses His Cheeky Homage to Glory Holes

From Film Student to Netflix Star — 'Elite' Actor Omar Ayuso Burns Up Instagram

By Steve Duffy |
Glory holes are celebrated in João Dall'Stella's cheeky 3-minute video "Stalls." EDGE spoke to the filmmaker about the short.

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QFest 2020 Announces Complete Competition Line Up for Virtual Film Festival

QFest 2020 Announces Complete Competition Line Up for Virtual Film Festival

Sep 18
QFest, Houston's International LGBTQ Film Festival, announces its 2020 feature slate with submissions from across the world, including six competition feature films, three special feature presentations, and various shorts.

Frameline Announces Star-Studded Lineup of Panelists

Frameline Announces Star-Studded Lineup of Panelists

Sep 18
Frameline has announced the star-studded lineup of special guests and panelists for Frameline44 — the world's largest virtual LGBTQ+ film festival — continuing through Sunday, September 27, 2020.

Review: 'No Escape' is 'Escape Room' via 'Saw'

Review: 'No Escape' is 'Escape Room' via 'Saw'

By Kevin Taft | Sep 18
"No Escape" mixes the director's own "Escape Room" with "Hostel" to suspenseful, but mixed, results.

Review: 'Forgotten Roads' a Sheer Joy to Watch

Review: 'Forgotten Roads' a Sheer Joy to Watch

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 18
This Chilean drama from first time filmmaker Nicol Ruiz Benavides is a joyous tale about it never being too late for self-discovery and personal freedom.

Director Dawn Porter's Engaging 'The Way I See It' Encourages Us to Throw Shade

Director Dawn Porter's Engaging 'The Way I See It' Encourages Us to Throw Shade

By Karin McKie | Sep 18
Presidential photographer Pete Souza shares remarkable Obama images, and coaches Americans to throw shade, then vote.

Review: 'The Nest' A Masterwork of Dread

Review: 'The Nest' A Masterwork of Dread

By Greg Vellante | Sep 18
Extraordinary performances and dread-inducing direction highlight this masterful work by Sean Durkin, returning for his sophomore feature nearly a decade after his first, "Martha Marcy May Marlene."

Review: 'Alone' Not Original, but Tense and Empowering

Review: 'Alone' Not Original, but Tense and Empowering

By Kevin Taft | Sep 18
This film doesn't rewrite the thriller genre in any way whatsoever, but it does give us a squirm-inducing, teeth clenched ride through Hell.

Review: A Talented Ensemble Gives Wings to 'Blackbird'

Review: A Talented Ensemble Gives Wings to 'Blackbird'

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 18
With unexpected power and grace, this end-of-life family drama is better than the sum of its sometimes limited parts.

Review: 'H Is For Happiness' Plucky and Bright

Review: 'H Is For Happiness' Plucky and Bright

By Rob Lester | Sep 18
If uber-plucky, precocious pre-teens whose glee and grins make you grit your teeth, beware the glare of cloud-defying sunshine.

Watch: 'Stalls' Filmmaker João Dall'Stella Discusses His Cheeky Homage to Glory Holes

Watch: 'Stalls' Filmmaker João Dall'Stella Discusses His Cheeky Homage to Glory Holes

By Steve Duffy | Sep 17
Glory holes are celebrated in João Dall'Stella's cheeky 3-minute video "Stalls." EDGE spoke to the filmmaker about the short.

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