This poignant collegiate drama deftly unfolds the coming out process of macho fratboy Griff (Daniel Chilson) who falls in love with his openly gay friend Pete (Don Handfield) and grapples with his changing sense of self.
From Washington D.C. and edgier than ever, Wanda holds nothing back as she riffs on the perks of having a black president, coming out, getting married, motherhood, aging, and twenty-first century pirates. With her trademark wit, Wanda shocks and astonishes at every turn in this feature length special.
Handsome Tyler Haines stars in this powerful drama as David, a single gay man who steps forward to help out his cousin Buck (Zac Titus), a U.S. Marine who returns home wounded from the Iraq War. In addition to the challenges of coping with Buck's post traumatic stress disorder and his physical injuries, David must also confront Buck's father's homophobia.
Cheryl, a young black woman, is making a documentary about an obscure black actress from the 1930s. Just as she discovers that the actress had a white lesbian lover, Cheryl meets the girl of her own dreams. Directed by Cheryl Dunye and featuring Guinevere Turner.
This brand new romantic comedy follows two lesbian therapists as they struggle to keep up the pretense of staying together when a documentary film crew invades their home after the success of their book "How To Succeed In Marriage Without Even Trying."
WE WERE HERE is the first documentary to take a deep and reflective look back at the arrival and impact of AIDS in San Francisco. It explores how the City’s inhabitants were affected by, and how they responded to, that calamitous epidemic.
There's only two weeks left for the recently divorced Danny to re-marry and inherit his family's estate. With time running out he turns to cyberspace to identify the man of his dreams and get married on time.
This sensual, remarkably observed, beautifully acted wonder is the breakout feature from British writer director-editor ANDREW HAIGH (Greek Pete). Rarely has a film been as honest about sexuality—in both depiction and discussion—as this tale of a one-night-stand that develops into a weekend-long idyll for two very different young men (exciting newcomers TOM CULLEN and CHRIS NEW) in Midlands England. It’s an emotionally naked film that’s both an invaluable snapshot of the complexities of contemporary gay living and a universally identifiable portrait of a love affair.
This gorgeously made DVD is an erotic and educational production starring a hot cast of British women who explore various sexual acts and practices, all the while spotlighting the importance of safer sex for lesbians.
Paul, a recently retired billionaire whose life now revolves around walking his dog in the park, makes friends with Andy, an advertising whiz, who happens to be gay - and the two men find themselves involved in a surprising relationship and many hilarious situations together.
After the death of his popular brother Chaz (Harry Shum Jr. ), Nick (BooBoo Stewart), who suffers from Asperger’s syndrome, struggles to carry on. Nick’s parents have their own problems coping with the loss, but Chaz’s best friend Randy (Gregg Sulkin) takes Nick under his wing. As Chaz’s family comes to understand his secret life, they will be forced to reconcile the boy they thought they knew with the man he really was. WHITE FROG is a universal story of the power of family, friendship and love positioned to appeal to a broad audience in the same way as Ordinary People and Stand By Me.
WHO TOOK THE BOMP? LE TIGRE ON TOUR Follows Iconic Feminist Electronic Band Le Tigre On Their 2004-2005 International Tour Across Four Continents And Through Ten Countries. Supported By A Community Of Devoted Fans And Led By Outspoken Riot Grrrl Pioneer Kathleen Hanna (Bikini Kill), Le Tigre Confronts Sexism And Homophobia In The Music Industry While Tearing Up The Stage Via Performance Art Poetics, No-Holds-Barred Lyrics, Punk Rock Ethos, And Whip-Smart Wit In This Edgy And Entertaining Documentary.
Burroughs was one of the first writers to break the boundaries of queer and drug culture in the 1950's. His novel Naked Lunch is one of the most recognized and respected literary works of the 20th century and has influenced generations of artists. The intimate documentary breaks the surface of the troubled and brilliant world of one of the greatest authors of all time.
Many of us share the fantasy of moving to a lovely village in the South of France, to find a vineyard, create wonderful wines, to sell it and share it with all our friends. Carole LeBlanc and Jo Béfort, an engaging lesbian couple, have done just that.
Gay teen Tim and his two best friends Laura and Brea spend their last summer before college grappling with their feelings about the fundamentalist Baptist beliefs of their families, and prepping for the Passion Play at their church. Preacher’s daughter Brea is having a crisis of faith while Laura quotes Leviticus to Tim. Tim draws strength from the support of his PFLAG Dad as he copes with the twists and turns of late adolescence — including a complex relationship with the church drama teacher who struggles with his own sexuality.
A newly out dancer entangled in the web of cyber dating, a wannabe star unable to get to the top, and a gender non-conformist performance artist working as a celebrity assistant are all recent arrivals to exotic Southern California. They all make a wish in a fountain to find the hardest and unlikeliest of things in LA...love.