On this week’s edition of This Way Out:

Happy New Year!
Before counting down his list of the top ten LGBT movies on the big screen in 2013, our multi-award-winning entertainment reporter Steve Pride provides a brief history of queer representations on the Silver Screen through the 1970s, including clips from Victim, The Children’s Hour, Advise & Consent, The Detective, The Boys In The Band, Cabaret, The Ritz, and Making Love. He singles out Whatever This Is and Orange Is The New Black as 2013′s best queer offerings on the small screen. And with clips and comments by their makers, Steve reviews his picks for the Top 10 LGBT moving images on the big screen in 2013 – sometimes needing English translations: Out In The Dark, I’m So Excited, Call Me Kuchu, Yossi, Dallas Buyers Club, God Loves Uganda, Concussion, Kill Your Darlings, I Do, and Pit Stop.
[Our regular NewsWrap segment returns on next week's program.]

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. Correspondent: Steve Pride. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional material: Lucia Chappelle.

ON This Way Out (LGBT) | January 4, 2014 | 2:00 pm

Pride On Screen 2013

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On this week’s edition of This Way Out:

Happy New Year!
Before counting down his list of the top ten LGBT movies on the big screen in 2013, our multi-award-winning entertainment reporter Steve Pride provides a brief history of queer representations on the Silver Screen through the 1970s, including clips from Victim, The Children’s Hour, Advise & Consent, The Detective, The Boys In The Band, Cabaret, The Ritz, and Making Love. He singles out Whatever This Is and Orange Is The New Black as 2013′s best queer offerings on the small screen. And with clips and comments by their makers, Steve reviews his picks for the Top 10 LGBT moving images on the big screen in 2013 – sometimes needing English translations: Out In The Dark, I’m So Excited, Call Me Kuchu, Yossi, Dallas Buyers Club, God Loves Uganda, Concussion, Kill Your Darlings, I Do, and Pit Stop.
[Our regular NewsWrap segment returns on next week's program.]

Credits:

Hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle. Correspondent: Steve Pride. Theme Music: Kim Wilson. Additional material: Lucia Chappelle.

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