A sweet and hilarious fusion of gay romantic comedy, Jewish family drama and French bedroom farce, Mikael Buch’s Let My People Go! follows the travails and daydreams of the lovelorn Ruben (Regular Lovers’ Nicolas Maury), a French-Jewish gay mailman living in fairytale Finland with his gorgeous Nordic boyfriend.
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.
Francois Sagat - gay porn legend and sexual icon. Following the actor from the set to his home, the provocative documentary sees Sagat opening up about topics ranging from hyper-masculinity to his personal fetishes and the politics of the porn industry.
Over the course of four days, a young woman who serves as reader to Marie Antoinette and displays a singular romantic devotion to the queen, witnesses the final days of the French Revolution from inside the walls of the Palace of Versailles
Pierre Thoretton‘s directorial debut follows the indelible icon Yves Saint-Laurent through the eyes of lifetime love and business partner Pierre Berge – from his early days as a design prodigy for Christian Dior through his decades as the face of a fashion empire.
From out lesbian director Celine Sciamma (Water Lilies), Tomboy tells the story of 10-year-old Laure (played by the amazing Zoe Heran) who moves to the suburbs and decides to pass as a boy amongst the pack of neighborhood kids.
Xavier Dolan’s ménage-a-trois romantic comedy has been described as a gay Jules and Jim for it’s sophisticated tale of close friends Francis (handsome actor-director Xavier Dolan) and Marie (Monia Chokr) and their obsessive mutual desire for Nicolas (Niels Schneider).
Lucie and Marion are a happy French lesbian couple. But when Lucie's biological clock starts to tick, it sparks a whole series of events that will bring them happiness but also threatens the stability of their relationship. A delightfully modern lesbian comedy!
Mousse and Louis are young, beautiful, rich and in love, but drugs have invaded their lives. After Louis’ fatal overdose, Mousse soon learns she is pregnant. Feeling lost, Mousse escapes to a beautiful beach house far from Paris and is soon joined in her refuge by Louis’ gay brother, Paul. The two strangers gradually develop an unusual and deeply moving relationship as Ozon continues his unique exploration of the nature of family and blood ties.
It's 1968 and three hippies decide to set up a commune in the French countryside. Twenty years on, they have raised their children into a new world order that sees the collapse of communism and the spread of Aids.
In this classic French lesbian drama from writer-director Genevieve Lefebvre, three women deal with shifting affections, jealousy and romance. Oscar-nominee Marie Christine Barrault (Cousin, Cousine) stars as Manuela who is torn between her affection for her longtime love, the older Bacha (legendary Italian actress Alida Valli), and her freshly ignited desire for the beautiful Claude (Guillemette Grobon).
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.
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...