The Very Best of Film and TV

Untying the Knot, The Foxy Merkins, NewFest and much more

If you weren't alive in 1964, let alone 1939—and, well, many of us weren't—you can still glimpse the World's Fair experience through The World Comes to Queens: Films from the 1939 and 1964 World's Fairs in the video screening amphitheater of the Museum of the Moving Image. It's quite fascinating and well worth the trip to Queens.

Untying the Knot is a new series on Bravo, airing Wednesdays at 10pm Eastern time, starring ‘Divorce Diva’ Vikki Ziegler, who helps couples go from “I do” to “I don’t.” (In one episode, she helps a lesbian couple through this process.) Ziegler assists divorcing couples through mediation, counsel and the division of their assets outside of court. Along with expert appraisers Michael and Mark Millea, she determines the fairest way to divide sentimental, valuable and the sometimes value-questionable belongings and property of these splitting couples. Tune in to watch the dishy drama of D-I-V-O-R-C-E. Or at least set the DVR.

The Foxy Merkins enjoyed a sold-out run at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival; now the Independent Spirit Award-nominated film, a feature-length comedy about lesbian hookers, is having its NYC premiere Jun 27 at BAMcinemaFest 2014. Stay for the Q&A with the director and cast following the screening.

Watch What Happens Live is Bravo’s fun, lively and interactive late-night talk show hosted by Andy Cohen. It’s a fan favorite among Bravo reality show watchers and celebrities alike as Andy plays games with his guests, takes viewer phone calls and questions, and even joins them for a cocktail or two. Past guests have included Sarah Jessica Parker, Lady Gaga, Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon, Oprah, Lindsay Lohan and almost every star from your favorite reality TV programs! Tune in Sundays thru Thursdays at 11pm Eastern time.

We don't have all the deets, as we go to press, but New York City's premier LGBT film festival, NewFest, opens Jul 24 and will run thru Jul 29. We can't wait. Stay tuned!

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