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Vroom, vroom: ‘Drive-Away Dolls’ stars catch some buzz at Antique Vibrator Museum

Beanie Feldstein, Margaret Qualley, and Geraldine Viswanathan dish on their new lesbian action flick at Good Vibrations.

Screen Grabs: Look out, there’s an Oscar in your shorts

This year's nominated animated, live action, and documentary shorts are a mixed bag, but there are some rewarding watches.

Screen Grabs: Rare queer films, from the dawn of Gay Lib to the onset of AIDS

Plus: 'Taste of Things,' 'Totem,' 'Perfect Days,' and a mad dash through 10,000 years of history from a sex worker’s perspective

‘How to Have Sex’ at the Mostly British Film Fest (and other cinematic selections)

Gems from across the pond include Ken Loach's swan song, an expanded Irish section, and a 'Local Hero' revival.

Screen Grabs: With ‘Bushman,’ a trip back to nearly unrecognizable 1971 SF

A feast of revivals including 'Household Saints' and 'Ghosts of Mars;' 'Vishniac captures Jewish ghetto life, more

‘Zone of Interest’ star Christian Friedel: ‘To go so deep into the darkness was intense’

German actor and musician lays out how new film is careful to implicate humanity in the horrors of the Holocaust.

Screen Grabs: In ‘The Zone of Interest,’ poster children for the Master Race lifestyle

Jonathan Glazer's new film conjures shock from quiet scenes of domesticity just across the wall from Auschwitz.

Screen Grabs: Reaching for the golden ring with an ‘Iron Claw’

Plus: 'American Fiction' critiques racial conundrums with feeling, 'Menus-Plaisirs' delivers a full plate of gastronomic delight

Screen Grabs: ‘Monster’ vs. ‘Wonka’

Hirokazu Kore-eda's complex tale of youth and Timothée Chalamet's tale of youth with a complex hit screens. Plus: 'Night of the Hunter' stalks again

Screen Grabs: Ho ho ho, it’s family (dys)functions and horrors for the holidays

Gay divorce in 'Our Son,' generational poaching in 'Family Game,' kid vs Claus in 'Dial Code Santa,' more fa-la-film