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News, The Snitch <i>The Strange History of Don't Ask, Don't Tell</i>: A Talk with the Directors

The Strange History of Don't Ask, Don't Tell: A Talk with the Directors

Documentary filmmakers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato are lucky -- and they know who to thank. First, they acknowledge the sheer power of Sheila Nevins, HBO's documentary czar, who nudged them to look at the controversial Don't Ask, Don't Tell…
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News, The Snitch "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" HBO Documentary: Free Premiere Tonight

"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" HBO Documentary: Free Premiere Tonight

Next Tuesday is a big day for gay and lesbian members of the armed forces. But HBO documentary filmmakers Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey want to celebrate a little early -- with the world premiere of their documentary, The Strange…
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Film, <i>Deep</i> Impact

Deep Impact

A cynic might describe movies as the most depraved and fantastic system of exploitation ever devised. After all, they trade on the greed and hubris of the financiers, the beauty and allure of the stars, and the trust (or, if…
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Film, Reel World

Postcards From America

Gay and lesbian cinema is at a crossroads, hampered to some degree by its own success. A sizable urban queer audience now exists, ready to embrace feel-good date movies like Trick and But I'm a Cheerleader. But that audience generally…
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Culture, Stuff Born Again?

Born Again?

"Please hold for Tammy Faye." The few seconds between those words and those that follow, uttered by the woman who once haunted pay-to-pray TV like a mascara-ed harlequin, are interminable. Until a month ago, the notion of talking to Tammy…
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