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Weird Dads Are the Best Dads: Films for Father's Day
Of all the hackneyed representations of “Dads” in film, none rings more true than the “weird Dad.” Perhaps the notion arrived in tow with our other absurd father fascinations of late – #DadJokes and #DadBods, anyone? This Father’s Day, we take a look at some of the strangest Dads to come through Sundance.
Crystal Moselle Traces The Reclusive, Cinema-Obsessed Lives of 'The Wolfpack' Boys
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon On Scorsese, Loss, and his Sundance Winner 'Me And Earl And The Dying Girl'
6 LGBT Characters We Love
It’s June, y’all – which means the LGBT and their friends, families, and allies are putting on their tank tops, taking to the streets, and waving their rainbow flags. And though the “do we still need Pride?” debate rages on, it’s hard for a young-ish person like me to believe that not so long ago – and still in some parts of our country and the world – it’s not ok to be who you are, 365 days a year.