Twenty-one years young, NewFest returns with another round of more of the same—which is to say, a lineup rife with Queer as Folk–grade drivel (Mr. Right), breezy but superfluous star vehicles (An Englishman in New York, with John Hurt as that great gay wit Quentin Crisp), and stand-offish explorations of trans identity (Against a Trans Narrative). But keep watching, and an intriguing trend emerges this year: identity as reflected and refracted by... More >>>