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.
FOLLOW MY VOICE WITH THE MUSIC OF HEDWIG combines portraits of queer youth and an all-star cast performing music from John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's legendary show HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH.
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.
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 energetic coming-of-age drama follows a closeted boy and his group of trouble-prone friends, providing a positive, fun look at young people today. If you like MTV's "Skins," "Degrassi High," ABC Family's "The Secret Life of an American Teenager" and ABC's "My So-Called Life" but GAY you'll love "Jitters"!
WINNER: Best Movie -- AfterEllen.com 2012 Visibility Awards! Mia finds her life turned upside down when she unexpectedly falls in love with the free-spirited Frida in this fabulously passionate and sexy Swedish lesbian romance.
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.
Filled with warm (and wacky) family drama, this fabulous comedy about two sisters (newcomers Shannon Lea Smith and Laurel Vail), their gay best friend ("So You Think You Can Dance" winner Benji Schwimmer), and their overzealous stage mother (legendary ballroom diva Melanie LaPatin) serves up a tale of uplifting gay affirmation — and exceptional choreography! With one sister pregnant and the other coming out of the closet, the whole family is hustling to stay on top in the wild world of competitive ballroom dance.
Featuring music by Beyonce music director Kim Burse, and choreography by Beyonce dance master, Frank Gatson Jr.,this exuberant musical directed by Sheldon Larry was inspired by the “vogueing” sensation featured in the 1990 documentary Paris Is Burning, and is an ode to the wild, funky and heart-aching life of this underground subculture.