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OUT October 2015

Sexy, smart, and sophisticated, it inspires readers with captivating feature stories, striking fashion layouts, and lively entertainment reviews. Get OUT digital magazine subscription today to discover what's in. Each issue is filled with interviews, fashion, travel, celebrities and more for gay life today.

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SOPHY HOLLAND In This Issue: Photographer, “Tastemakers 2015,” page 50 Bio: Sophy Holland is a New York-based British photographer and director who studied at Central St. Martins in London. She began her career as a painter and art director. Now she specializes in classic portraiture and fashion, taking inspiration from the classic paintings of the Dutch masters. Her work has been featured in Elle, Interview, Tatler, ESPN, and No Tofu. Instagram: @sophyholland ANDREW DURBIN In This Issue: Writer, “Painting Ghosts,” page 63 Bio: Andrew Durbin is the author of Mature Themes. His writing has appeared in Artforum and BOMB, among other publications, and his chapbook on cults and disco is forthcoming from Kenning Editions in December 2015. He lives in New York. Twitter: @andrewdurb1n RUVEN AFANADOR In This Issue: Photographer, “Held, Free,” page 74 Bio: Ruven Afanador is a New…

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Back to Brokeback The revolutionary SCOTUS ruling will certainly remain a milestone in LGBT history, but Ang Lee’s 2005 film Brokeback Mountain still stands as a relevant commentary on masculinity and love—made all the more memorable, of course, by the untimely death of Heath Ledger. Our story, “Brokeback Mountain: 10 Years On” (September 2015), culled anecdotes from Ang Lee, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, and others. “The oral history is full of...sweet reminiscences,”Salon wrote, “...as the film’s participants reflect tenderly on [it] as a seminal moment in their careers, not to mention a watershed moment in the culture.” The relationship between Gyllenhaal and Ledger—on and off camera—particularly provoked readers. “[It’s] one of the most celebrated in recent film history, and was founded on a real friendship between the two actors,” noted Vogue UK. Much…

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2 The number of llamas in Kristen Schaal’ bridal party. (One wore a bow tie; the other had flowers.) For more on the awesome actor-comedian, go to page 19. 18 The total hours writer Chadwick Moore spent waiting in airports while flying to and from Montana for his story on Native American Two Spirits. That’s the spirit! (Read his piece on page 66.) FROM OUR MAILBOX The best poem we’ve ever received from a reader? Or just the best poem ever? In 1987... Stamps cost $.22. Margaret Thatcher is elected U.K. prime minister for the third time. Julianne Moore makes her last appearance on As the World Turns, her first role. The Simpsons—and Prozac!—debut. Aretha Franklin becomes the first lady inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Ellen Page is born. (For another, more important Ellen-Julianne connection, turn…

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IT’S A SWELTERING August day in Hollywood, and the air is thick. It’s the kind of thickness that drowns out the noise and forces the city to slow down—a kind of uncanny thickness that makes one consider the end of the world. “I’d raid the jewelry stores—just get a big wardrobe going,” says Kristen Schaal, contemplating doomsday on a porch behind L.A. Studios, where she records her voice-overs for Louise Belcher, her character on Fox’s animated series Bob’s Burgers. She pauses. “But I’ve brainstormed this a lot, and who cares if you have the nicest clothes? You’d be dripping in diamonds, but no one’s there to look at you.” She’s referring to her other hit Fox series, The Last Man on Earth, the post-apocalyptic sitcom in which she stars as Carol Pilbasian,…

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1. ANDREW RANNELLS… …RIGHT ON TOP OF IT At what age must one stop interning? In Nancy Meyers’s new comedy, The Intern, the answer is never. Anne Hathaway is the founder of a hip e-commerce startup, and Girls star Andrew Rannells is the COO who starts an internship program for retirees, one of whom is a 70-year-old played by Robert De Niro. We asked Rannells to onboard us. MIKE BERLIN How’d you land this role? I was auditioning for another part, but things weren’t lining up. The casting director suggested I read for the part of Candice, a woman. She was Anne’s character’s business partner. It clicked. I was like, “Let’s just leave the name as Candice.” We didn’t. Did you study other workplace comedies to prepare? I used to watch Don’t Tell Mom…

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