26th July 2014
X-Men director Bryan Singer dismissed from sex abuse lawsuit 5
11:40 AM — One of two sex abuse lawsuits targeting X-Men director Bryan Singer has dropped the charges against him.
1st June 2014
US: X-Men director Bryan Singer files for court costs, summary judgement in sex abuse case 20
4:29 PM — X-Men director Bryan Singer has filed for summary judgement in the sex abuse case brought against him, and is demanding that plaintiff pay his court costs and fees.
24th May 2014
US: Bryan Singer files for immediate dismissal of ‘provably false’ sex abuse lawsuit 1
5:38 PM — X-Men director Bryan Singer has filed a motion calling for the immediate dismissal of a sex abuse lawsuit against him.
14th May 2014
Bryan Singer: I’m quite bisexual but saying I’m gay is an easy answer 16
6:12 PM — X-Men director Bryan Singer has revealed that he is actually bisexual, but prefers to identify as gay because it's a "one-syllable, easy answer".
5th May 2014
X-Men director Bryan Singer hit by second sex abuse lawsuit 17
8:29 PM — Gay X-Men director Bryan Singer is the subject of a second sex abuse lawsuit.
25th April 2014
Bryan Singer withdraws from X-Men promo over ‘completely false’ claims he abused 17-year-old 39
12:04 AM — Gay Hollywood director Bryan Singer has broken his silence on claims that he abused a 17-year-old, labelling the accusations "outrageous, vicious and completely false".
6th April 2014
‘Independence Day’ director shooting film about Stonewall riots 6
4:44 PM — The director of Independence Day Roland Emmerich has announced he is shooting a film about the Stonewall riots.
India: Bollywood filmmaker drops support for political party as they ‘let down’ gay groups 2
4:01 PM — A Bollywood filmmaker has withdrawn his support from the country's new anti-corruption party, as they haven't pledged to de-criminalise homosexuality in their manifesto.
9th September 2013
Canada: Top Finnish filmmaker to direct ‘Tom of Finland’ biopic on life of gay artist 5
4:29 PM — One of the most successful Finnish film directors, Dome Karukoski, will direct an authorised biopic about the influential gay artist 'Tom of Finland' -- the man who inspired the look of Freddie Mercury and the Village People.
27th May 2013
Steven Spielberg: I was ‘privileged’ to see lesbian drama win at Cannes 10
3:27 PM — Famed director Steven Spielberg, has commented on the winner of the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival, a lesbian drama, which raised eyebrows for its graphic sex scenes, saying they were not an issue, and that it was a "great love story" he felt "privileged" to have seen.
27th March 2013
Jamaica: LGBT film director says reports of homophobia are not exaggerated but ‘Jamaica will come around’ 2
2:49 PM — The director of a film investigating homophobia in Jamaica, featured a the LGBT Film Festival in London, has said the extent of the problem is not exaggerated.
23rd March 2013
Sony Pictures co-chairman: Hollywood has to ‘do better’ than allowing anti-gay slurs in films 20
1:55 AM — The co-chairman of Sony Pictures has spoken out about the damaging effect anti-gay slurs and offensive stereotypes can have, emphasising the importance of Hollywood's influence on changing public perception.
10th January 2012
Video: Gay Korean-American film among features at Sundance 8
10:44 AM — A film about a gay Korean man who yearns for a family - which the director used to come out to his own parents - will feature at this year's Sundance festival.
15th November 2011
Jane Lynch says she “feels bad for Brett Ratner” after his gay slur 42
10:29 AM — The openly gay actress said if "you put a microphone in somebody's face, they're going to say something that offends somebody".
6th October 2011
Ugandan campaigner says gay bar was shut down 14
3:55 PM — A Ugandan LGBT campaigner says that her gay bar was forcibly shut down. Jacqueline Kasha said that her bar Sapphos Island, in Kampala, was padlocked shut on Sunday by the landlord.
14th September 2011
In photos: Launch of Kaleidoscope at Speaker’s House 1
11:11 AM — A selection of images from the launch of Kaleidoscope, the new trust to support legislative and cultural changes in attitudes to homosexuality abroad.
12th September 2011
Harvard University hires ‘gay student life’ director 2
5:04 PM — Harvard University has appointed a director of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender life. Lisa 'Lee' Forest, who is currently the head of the GLTB and Allies Pride Center at Bridgewater State University in Massechusetts, will take up the post in November.
7th September 2011
Video: ‘Rory’s story’ shows inequalities of civil partnerships in Ireland 16
1:26 PM — A short video clip about a boy and his two mothers shows the consequences of 'discriminatory' civil partnerships in Ireland. Made by Marriage Equality Ireland, the clip, titled 'Rory's Story', shows the family as happy and accepted until the day the law classes them as strangers.
9th February 2011
Terrence Higgins Trust’s Lisa Power awarded MBE 1
3:53 PM — Lisa Power, the policy director of Terrence Higgins Trust, has collected her MBE from Buckingham Palace.
1st February 2011
Six trans women killed in Honduras in two months 7
5:57 PM — LGBT campaigners are calling on Honduran authorities to fully investigate the murders of six transgender women in just 60 days. According to Human Rights Watch, the first death was on November 29th and the latest took place on January 17th.