Tim Burton is working on a Wednesday Addams TV show
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A new exhibition traces the history of Colombian street parties
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Meet the heartthrob stars of your new queer movie obsession
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10 vintage horror movies to watch this October
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Wes Anderson is trying to save movie theatres from extinction
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Is Kajillionaire the weirdest queer movie of the year?
Miranda July’s Sundance hit about a family of swindlers in LA has a hidden queer subtext. Here, she exclusively unpacks it with the non-binary artist and performer, Bobbi Salvör Menuez.