The Greater Palm Springs Pride parade returns with all its pomp and circumstance and a first-ever appearance by San Francisco Dykes on Bikes.
Gregorio Davila wants people to watch his documentary, “L.A. A Queer History”, at Cinema Diverse because it’s more than just a gay story.
Well-written, well acted, is it interesting, and will it play well in Palm Springs? Those are the keys to Cinema Diverse, the LGBTQ film fest.
Rob Wheeler: “As a leader in the movement, it is important for me to really deeply understand what folks are facing, where they find joy, and what are the challenges that we need support in.” PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY LGBTQ COMMUNITY CENTER OF THE DESERT As the LGBTQ Community Center of The Desert expands its space and programming capabilities in Palm Springs
The pandemic created a shutdown but also brought opportunity. The former Studio One Eleven has new owners, a new name, and a new lease on life.
Filmmaker Jason Gaffney brings “Out of Body” to open Cinema Diverse — a writing collaboration with his New York Times best-selling author Mom.
In the steamy new Palm Springs-based web series The Third, filmmaker Matt Lynn brings triad relationships right out of the closet and exposes the nuances.
Women’s Week hits Palm Springs and the valley with a passionate mix of entertainment, food, inspiration, and nods to female empowerment.
TLC and Heather Small highlight the lineup at Greater Palm Springs Pride Festival, which has four stages to give attendees many musical genres to enjoy.
Cohibernation, which makes its West Coast premiere at Cinema Diverse featuring director Brad Griffith, hopes to offer a realistic look at gay relationships.
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