This wonderfully well-written, well-acted gay comedy is the feel good movie of the year! Dream-hunk Rene Alvarado stars as nice family boy, Diego who has a handsome but closeted squeeze on the side (David Beron). And some interesting new neighbors -- drop-dead gorgeous Steve Callahan and super-cute Cory Schneider. This hilarious gay love triangle is set against the backdrop of East L.A. neighborhood gentrification.
Directors Susan Muska and Gréta Ólafsdóttir (The Brandon Teena Story) present a lovingly crafted documentary in which Edia and Thea recount how their improbable romance ignited a lifelong journey around the world and through history. Though touched by events like the civil rights movement and the Stonewall riots, Edie and Thea’s relationship transcends politics and is a shining example of love’s ability to endure.
The most entertaining gay history lesson you've ever had. Packed with clips from your favorite LGBT movies, plus smart interviews with the superstars of gay and lesbian cinema. An amazing overview of LGBT film history.
This break-out hit from lesbian writer/director Lisa Cholodenko (Laurel Canyon, The L Word) stars our favorite languid lesbo heart-throb, Ally Sheedy, as a washed-up junkie photographer who embarks on a messed up romance with a young bisexual photo editor (super hot Radha Mitchell).
While preparing for her wedding, Tala meets Leyla, a shy Muslim. Although they come from different worlds, the attraction is immediate and Tala must decide whether to stay true to her culture or to her heart.
An innocent glance between Rachel and an unexpected wedding guest is all it takes to spark a 'love at first sight' romance with a surprising twist -- the object of her affection is a smart and sensuous... woman!
A terrific teen lesbian story about the love between poor white tomboy Randy (the way pre-L Word Laurel Holloman) and her affluent African American classmate Evie (Nicole Ari Parker). Randy services Evie?s Range Rover at the gas station, and things get going from there.
When sexy, upper-crust society wife Alex (Keri Jo Chapman) falls for her old high school best friend, Grace (Teresa Garret) the snobby little town of Azalea Springs is up in arms. A hilarious comic portrait of small-town life and a firm trouncing of homophobic intolerance.
This wildly entertaining vintage lesbian exploitation film tells the story of a pair of lonely housewives who fall into bed together after seeing a lesbian couple holding hands at a restaurant on Sunset Boulevard.
It's the final season of the show that won our hearts and got us talking; the show that The New York Times called: "a Sapphic Playboy fantasia" for its unwavering dedication to portraying sexy lesbian characters in a steady stream of increasingly hot and wild story lines.
It's wildly entertaining, moving, funny, romantic and controversial. And, yes, it is also jam-packed with lesbian sex scenes. Find out for yourself why The L Word is one of Showtime's most popular shows of all time.