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Watch: 'Naked and Afraid' Features First Trans Contestant
Pop Culturing: Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Too Old to Die Young' Series is Neo-Noir at its Neo-Noirest

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Watch: 'Naked and Afraid' Features First Trans Contestant

Ptown Film Fest: Schoolhouse Party, June 14, 2019

By Sam Cronin |
The Discovery Channel show "Naked and Afraid" featured its first transgender contestant, Quince Mountain, a National Guard vet and arctic dog sledder.

Watch: 'Naked and Afraid' Features First Trans Contestant

Watch: 'Naked and Afraid' Features First Trans Contestant

By Sam Cronin | Jun 19
The Discovery Channel show "Naked and Afraid" featured its first transgender contestant, Quince Mountain, a National Guard vet and arctic dog sledder.

Pop Culturing: 'Euphoria,' on HBO & Starring Zendya, is a Gen Z Nightmare

Pop Culturing: 'Euphoria,' on HBO & Starring Zendya, is a Gen Z Nightmare

By Jason St. Amand | Jun 19
HBO's new series "Euphoria," starring Zendya, pushes the boundaries of the teen drama genre, becoming one of the most provocative, explicit and controversial shows of 2019.

Pop Culturing: Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Too Old to Die Young' Series is Neo-Noir at its Neo-Noirest

Pop Culturing: Nicolas Winding Refn's 'Too Old to Die Young' Series is Neo-Noir at its Neo-Noirest

By Jason St. Amand | Jun 19
Nicolas Winding Refn is the latest auteur to head to the small screen with his ultraviolent, slow-burning neo-noir series "Too Old to Die Young," on Amazon Friday, starring Miles Teller.

Janet Mock Signs Groundbreaking Three-Year Overall Deal with Netflix

Janet Mock Signs Groundbreaking Three-Year Overall Deal with Netflix

By Sam Cronin | Jun 19
Janet Mock, producer, writer and director of "Pose," has made history as the first out trans woman to sign an overall deal with a major studio. The deal will give Netflix exclusive rights to future TV projects and a first-look option on movie projects.

 Review :: Can't Stop The Music

Review :: Can't Stop The Music

By Ken Tasho | Jun 19
The 1980 film failure that promised movie-goers the "musical event of the '80s" actually belonged in the late 1970s.