Tommaso is the youngest son of the Cantones, a large, traditional southern Italian family operating a pasta-making business since the 1960s. On a trip home from Rome, where he studies literature and lives with his boyfriend, Tommaso decides to tell his parents the truth about himself. But when he finally is ready to come out in front of the entire family, his older brother Antonio ruins his plans.
I’m a Stripper follows the lives of three male strippers in the sexiest cities in North America – Montreal, Niagara Falls and Las Vegas. I’m a Stripper offers the full meal deal and with so much of its subjects’ personal lives exposed - leaves its audience with a lot to chew on.
Cibrâil is a young Turkish policeman living happily with his girlfriend in Berlin. He has integrated seamlessly into local culture, is socially active and financially stable. On the surface, it looks perfect but something is causing him to have sleepless nights. When his girlfriend's attractive male cousin arrives from Rome, Cibrâil is instantly drawn to the handsome, charming visitor. And the restless feelings he has suppressed for years begin to bubble to the surface, setting off a chain of events that will turn everyone's lives upside down.
A promising career in the riot control unit, a child on the way, a loan from his parents to buy a duplex: everything is running to plan in Marc’s life. Then fellow policeman Kay walks into his life at the police training academy. They start jogging together, bringing a breath of fresh air into Marc’s life – and, for the first time, he develops feelings for a man.
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.
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!
Newly paraplegic Morgan Oliver (Leo Minaya, Manito; How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer) just wants his life to be like it was before the accident. A chance encounter with Dean Kagen (newcomer Jack Kesy) on a basketball court makes Morgan more determined that being in a wheelchair will not change him.
Seventeen-year-old Daniela (Alicia Rodriguez in a fearless and unforgettable performance) is obsessed with sex. But her self-proclaimed passion is in direct conflict with her well-to-do, strict evangelical family in Santiago, Chile. Finding an outlet by detailing her ruminations and exploits on her blog “Young & Wild” to her eager online followers, Daniela soon finds kindred spirits in handsome and pious Tomas and co-worker Antonia. As she struggles to balance both relationships, Daniela learns that having it all - sex, love and eternal salvation - is more complicated than she ever imagined.
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.
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”).
After struggling martial artist and hip-hop dancer Bruno is violently mugged on a Barcelona street, mysterious and magnetic fellow dancer Rai comes to his rescue. A free spirit who defies convention, the hyper-masculine Rai makes a pass at the stunned Bruno, and in just a few short hours a solid connection develops between them. When Bruno returns home to his girlfriend Carla, he’s suddenly confronted with a crisis: can he be true to both Carla and Rai as well as his own feelings?
From the director of WALK ON WATER and THE BUBBLE comes the long-awaited sequel to YOSSI & JAGGER. Ten years after Yossi & Jagger, the tragic love story of two men serving in the Israel Defense Forces who fall in love, director Eytan Fox returns to find out what has happened with Yossi
Fed up with trying to score a male companion at singles night, feisty, but awkwardly eccentric Molly (Kristina Valada-Viars) rolls up to a bar and stumbles upon gay marriage activist Mercedes (the fiery Emily Schweitz) who was recently dumped. The two spark a passionate conversation that leads to a one-night stand and Molly's first lesbian encounter. However, neither turns out to be exactly what the other had imagined, leading both down unexpected, frequently hilarious paths.
Employing a cast of fearless actors, director Travis Mathews offers up a non-pornographic yet fully sexually graphic, ultimately touching piece of cinematic art that follows the bed-hopping adventures of a small group of San Francisco hipsters. Daring and fantastic!