A madcap small town-to-downtown coming of age journey that turns longtime friends Bam Bam and Celeste from outcasts to overnight sensations as they leave their buttoned up Midwest town for the wide open streets of New York City.
This hilarious foul-mouthed, lesbian road movie co-stars Oscar®-winning actresses Brenda Fricker and Olympia Dukakis as Dot and Stella, a crackerjack lesbian couple on the run from a nursing home. You'll laugh so hard you’ll cry!
In 2007, popular, gay Philadelphia TV host Butch Cordora (In Bed with Butch) had a vision: to publish a calendar that recreates iconic photos in pop culture. The catch? The photos would feature Butch along side a cast of exclusively straight male models. The second catch? They would all be posing nude. Straight and Butch presents an often-hilarious behind-the-scenes glimpse of the creative process as it uncovers the naked truth about how much common ground exists between men who play for different teams.
Winner of the Best Feature Film award at DragonCon 2012, this gorgeous animated sci-fi drama portrays the power of love between two women. It is the 28th century — on Jupiter’s moon, Ganymede. Our hero Naia (prolific voice actress Tara Strong) is a feisty, young singer-songwriter who falls in love with the beautiful saxophonist Parker (Claudia Black — Farscape, Stargate SG-1). The two embark on their new relationship and form a new band — as they also fight for their freedom together. Strange Frame is brilliantly animated and directed by GB Hajim, co-written by Hajim and out lesbian Africa American musician Shelly Doty, and features an all-star cast of voice talents including Tim Curry, Ron Glass, Cree Summer, Juliet Landau, Alan Tudyk, Michael Dorn, Claudia Christian and George Takei!
Set in contemporary rural Louisiana , Strange Fruit explores the tribulations of William Boyals, a successful New York lawyer and gay African-American who comes home to the life from which he escaped to investigate the lynching of his also-gay childhood friend, Kelvin. Amidst the sultry beauty of the bayou, William is forced to wade through a bog of conspiracy involving an insidious network of local law and a dangerously entrenched subculture. At the same time, he finds himself having to confront the reasons he left in the first place. The harder he looks, the deeper he gets, until the veil is pulled back to reveal a quagmire of racism and homophobia that threatens his life.
Small-town Anthony (Raphael Barker, Shortbus) follows his heart to San Francisco, eager for domestic bliss with new boyfriend, Stephen. Soon Anthony faces a waking nightmare as their volatile relationship reaches the breaking point. Isolated and financially strained, Anthony takes to the nighttime city streets where he meets a strange and alluring cast of hook-ups and wanderers.
High school senior Carson Phillips (Chris Colfer, “Glee”) was destined for bigger things than his close-minded small town could ever offer. He was on a path to greatness, but destiny had a different plan when he was suddenly killed by a bolt of lightning in his school parking lot.
Demonstrating that life is what happens while you’re busy planning your future, Carson recounts the last few weeks of his life via witty, insightful flashbacks, including a blackmail scheme targeting the popular kids in school that he concocts with his best friend (Rebel Wilson, BRIDESMAIDS) and a home life that includes a mother (Allison Janney, JUNO, “The West Wing”) who’s more interested in the bottle than her son’s future and an estranged father (Dermot Mulroney, MY BEST FRIEND’S WEDDING) who suddenly appears with a pregnant fiancée (Christina Hendricks, “Mad Men”).
STUCK! is director Steve Balderson’s homage to film noir women-in-prison films. It’s the story of Daisy, an innocent young woman framed for killing her mother. Condemned by the press and the public, Daisy is found guilty of murder and sentenced to die by hanging. This jazzy, finger-snapping, broads-behind-bars film is a throwback to another era.
JJ, a black lesbian stud and Seb, a white gay man are best mates. Their friendship falls apart when JJ falls in love with the beautiful Elle. Meanwhile Seb dodges the advances of the so so gay drug dealer Smack Jack opting instead to chase rough trade Manchester Joe. Both friends have to decide which is more important friendship or romance. Stud Life takes the viewer into a slice of life of an urban London LGBT scene never before seen, where gender is up for grabs, yet desire follows very strict rules.
Patrick McGuinn's sexy thriller tells the tale of two young strangers who fall in love in a lonesome desert, but the mysterious past and dangerous visions of one of the men might lead to the demise of the other.
This bargain-priced pair of excellent men’s dramas each boast a tremendous ensemble cast. Aussie heart-throb Xavier Samuel (Twilight: Eclipse, Anonymous) headlines the youthful high-energy surf story, Newcastle; while tough guy Terry Serpico (Army Wives) tops the super-smart New York City urban-professional drama, The New Twenty.
This fast-paced British thriller stars Tom Harper (Blood And Chocolate, Telstar) as a gay teacher swept up in a national scandal (leading all the way to the British Royal family) when his handsome and mysterious one-night stand shows up dead.
This sexy Australian romance stars cutie Jack Baxter as the teen party-boy surfer who makes new waves when he falls for his best friend's brother and dives headlong into a long hot summer of sexual awakening.
Three decades after it first hit cinemas and shocked mainstream audiences, Frank Ripploh’s groundbreaking debut feature returns in this digitally remastered director’s cut. Ripploh’s semi-autobiographical snapshot of the life of a gay schoolteacher captures an unyielding vision of gay culture in 1981 West Berlin.
Best-selling graphic novelist Dean gets a shock when his stunning boyfriend Pablo mysteriously leaves him one night. Desperate to regain his lost love, Dean heads to Argentina to confront Pablo's family.
This rare lesbian exploitation classic focuses on the twisted break up of lesbian lovers Marsha (Bea Tompkins) and Terri (Sue Bernard) who share a contented life together before dissatisfaction invades their Southern California wood-paneled apartment.
Based on Violette Leduc's controversial lesbo-erotic novel, La Batarde this terrific Cinemascope depiction of French schoolgirls in love is super sexy and immensely enjoyable for lesbian audiences despite (and also because of) having been directed by Euro-softcore auteur Radley Metzger. A true classic.
When Zack Stark came out to his parents, he had no idea that his life was about to change forever. Stuck inside "Love In Action"-the ex-gay rehabilitation program-the quiet teenager blogged about their draconian practices, sparking an impassioned, nationwide protest to rescue the teen. In This is What Love in Action Looks Like, filmmaker Morgan Jon Fox captures the stirring, inspirational true-story of how religious intolerance's quest to bully queer teens, lead to one of the first examples of social media inspiring change...and hope, for a new generation of activism.
A wry comedy feature about one of life's biggest decisions and how the more you have to think about it, the harder it is. Sasha, a cartoonist, wishes that she could get pregnant by mistake with her girlfriend, Maya. Having to be so rational about it is putting her off. Presuming that straight people have it easier, she creates two heterosexual scenarios in order to further investigate procreation. As she draws more, the fiction begins to influence Sasha's experience — or perhaps Sasha is making her anxieties rub off on her characters.
A handsome, successful fashion photographer (Melvil Poupaud) learns that he has a malignant brain tumor that will soon kill him. Hiding his diagnosis, he alienates his family and his young boyfriend...