Zack and Benji open up their relationship for a weekend of fun at a gay resort in Palm Springs. After Zack runs into his ex-boyfriend Casey, Casey lies and tells him he met someone new to avoid Zack’s pity. When Casey reacquaints with an old high school friend, Peter, he manages to convince him to pretend to be his boyfriend despite Peter’s reluctance that it will interfere with his promiscuous weekend opportunities. As sexual tensions start to mount between Benji and Peter, Zack becomes increasingly dissatisfied with his relationship while Casey longs for a stable relationship of his own. A sexy and outrageous comedy, Eating Out: The Open Weekend serves up plenty of eye-candy and raunchy fun along with the pursuit of finding true love.
From the director of Is It Just Me? comes this sparkling romantic comedy that takes online dating to the extreme! Marshall is an over-worked ad exec who is suffering from a serious case of the seven-year itch with his loving boyfriend. As his 30th birthday nears, he is hell-bent on changing his life and he comes across a mysterious dating app called eCupid. Turning his world upside down and overwhelming him with sexy guys at every turn, Marshall gets much more than he bargained. Firing on all cylinders with sharp wit, hot cast, and even an extended cameo from Hollywood legend Morgan Fairchild, eCupid will win your heart.
In Copacabana, lesbian photographer Elvis meets transvestite hairdresser Madonna while delivering pizzas. The two quickly fall in love and move in together - but Madonna's ex-lover Joao, a drug dealer, tries to come between them and promises revenge against Elvis.
Planet Green's fresh and irreverent series, The Fabulous Beekman Boys, puts a spotlight on urbanite couple Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell who leave everything behind in New York City as they attempt to become organic “gentleman farmers” at the fabulous Beekman Farm.
Nick-named "My Big Fat Lesbian Jewish Wedding," this good old-fashioned romantic comedy follows Rachel (played by writer-director, Helen Lesnick — aka: the lesbian Woody Allen) as she heads West to California and falls head over heels for a blond massage therapist!
With its heartwarming portrayal of two very different Vancouver households -- a Chinese-Japanese lesbian couple and an African American/Jewish blended family -- this wonderful family comedy is all about finding the courage to be who you really are.
The Four-Faced Liar, “a comedy about drama,” tells the story of a group of New York 20-somethings. Bridget is a hip, womanizing lesbian who loves Emily Bronte, and who lives with her guy pal Trip. One night, they meet straight-laced New York newbies Greg and Molly at their favorite hangout, The Four-Faced Liar. Molly is a bit appalled by free spirited Bridget – but she’s also attracted to her, and in time, the friends’ lives are hilariously complicated when the two women fall in love.
Who doesn’t secretly wish that life was one unending musical full of catchy songs that pepper the day? Fruit Fly is the next best thing. Pop to its core, H.P. Mendoza’s directorial debut (he wrote and composed Colma) is an exuberant musical love letter to youth everywhere.
Handsome Broadway actor Matthew Wilkas (Spiderman) co-stars with the hilarious Jenn Harris as a gay guy and his straight best friend who decide to have a baby together — the old-fashioned way! Hilarious, sexy, wacky and romantic, this perfectly told New York tale from writer-director-star Jonathan Lisecki follows the travails of Jen and Matt all the way to one of the happiest happy endings you’ve ever seen. Cast also includes Adam Driver (HBO’s Girls) and Dulé Hill (Psych)!
Welcome to Go Go Crazy: a contest where talent and ambition take a backseat to speedos and desperation. Five shameless contestants with little to gain and nothing to lose take to the stage in a gay nightclub for a chance to achieve go go boy glory and a $1000 cash prize.
On the night before her brother's wedding, Gray (Heather Graham) realizes she has feelings for his fiance (Bridget Moynahan)! Suddenly Gray and everyone around her has to face the fact that she's a lesbian in this New York City rom-com from director Sue Kramer.
Sitcom based on Fran Drescher's real life divorce! Happily Divorced centers around Los Angeles florist Fran (Drescher) as she deals with dating after finding out her realtor husband of 18 years (John Michael Higgins) is gay.
Brilliant gay writer-director Don Roos (The Opposite of Sex) weaves together multiple stories to create a sharp, witty look at love, family and the sheer unpredictability of life itself. Happy Endings is a massively queer comedy, and yet it is also so much more! The exceptional cast includes: Lisa Kudrow, Jesse Bradford, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Jason Ritter.
When Aiden is asked to be the best man at his ex-boyfriend’s commitment ceremony, he finds himself confronting unresolved heartache. Rather than go alone, he decides to invite his roommate’s outrageous friend Lance to pose as his date. But, in the days leading up to the ceremony, Aiden discovers the awkward tension is far more than he can handle. This gay romantic comedy examines how we decide who we want to spend the rest of our lives with and what happens when we deny what’s in our hearts.
Bright, funny, honest and utterly charming, Hollywood, je t'aime stars gay heartthrob Chad Allen (Save Me, Third Man Out, Shock to the System) and wonderful newcomer Eric Debets as Jerome - a gay Parisian who impulsively books a solo Christmas vacation to Los Angeles. Arriving in Hollywood, Jerome pursues his secret dream to become a movie star — and to find love and fame and fortune! The misadventures of this naive gay Frenchman along the boulevard of broken dreams are both hilarious and touching.
I LOVE YOU PHILLIP MORRIS is the improbable but true story of a spectacularly charismatic conman’s journey from small-town businessman to flamboyant white-collar criminal, who repeatedly finds himself in trouble with the law and on the lam, brilliantly escaping from the Texas prison system on four separate occasions – all in the name of (gay) love.