In the tradition of LOVING ANNABELLE! A coming-of-age drama about Jackie Kirk, the former child star of a sci-fi hit show. Hoping to find independence from her somewhat overbearing mother, Jackie leaves California for the Midwest to attend college. Surprisingly, she doesn’t fit in with her peers, who are constantly aware of her celebrity status. At a department mixer, Jackie is instantly attracted to Catherine, a young professor with a reputation. Both being outsiders, they develop an intense bond as they pursue a secret affair.
Burroughs was one of the first writers to break the boundaries of queer and drug culture in the 1950's. His novel Naked Lunch is one of the most recognized and respected literary works of the 20th century and has influenced generations of artists. The intimate documentary breaks the surface of the troubled and brilliant world of one of the greatest authors of all time.
Sasha, confronted with the everyday prejudice of his homophobic immigrant family, struggles with his urge to come out. When his beloved piano teacher Gebhard Weber plans to leave the city, the young man is heartbroken and Sasha swears never to play piano again, but a consoling telephone call from Gebhard changes his mind – and causes a turn of events.
Time is running out for Jasin and his vampire brood. Jasin searches the city of Los Angeles for his next mortal prey — passing over the gorgeous blonde Tara for fresh-faced hottie Caleb, with whom he has an instant connection.
Small-town Anthony (Raphael Barker, Shortbus) follows his heart to San Francisco, eager for domestic bliss with new boyfriend, Stephen. Soon Anthony faces a waking nightmare as their volatile relationship reaches the breaking point. Isolated and financially strained, Anthony takes to the nighttime city streets where he meets a strange and alluring cast of hook-ups and wanderers.
When soap opera star Graham Windsor (Steve Callahan - East Side Story, Nine Lives, Make the Yuletide Gay) is outed as the result of a gay sex tape scandal, he seeks refuge at an exclusive Palm Springs resort. But quiet anonymity eludes him when marriage-equality activist Trey Reed (Matthew Montgomery - Redwoods, Back Soon, Socket) checks in to escape the fallout from his own bitter divorce.
Based on a true story, this passionate BBC drama tells the sumptuous Victorian period tale of upper class society lady Anne Lister (played by the beautiful Maxine Peak) — who defied conventions by living with her female lover, and who recorded her numerous lesbian adventures in her diaries!
With white Jewish lesbians for parents and two adopted brothers, Brooklyn teen Avery, a local track star in high school, grew up in a unique and loving household.But Avery’s curiosity about her African-American roots compels her to contact her birth mother, thrusting her into a complicated exploration of race and identity that threatens to distance her from her family.
Blaine is a typical young gay man looking for love...without much success. Then he stumbles upon what might be his perfect match in an online chat room -- Xander, a sweet, hunky guy who's recently moved to LA. Smitten, Blaine then realizes that he's been chatting to Xander under his go-go dancer roommate's profile, setting in motion a convoluted comedy of errors with romance as the ultimate objective.
Set in New York’s gay “bear” scene and taking a cue from the popular HBO franchise “Sex and the City,” BearCity follows a tight-knit pack of friends experiencing comical mishaps, emotionally sweet yet lusty romantic encounters and a cast of colorful, diverse characters as they gear up for a big party weekend.
A decorated Marine officer unexpectedly returns home from the war and is quickly recruited to help a troubled teen prepare for boot camp, but when the true reasons for her return become known it threatens the future for both of them.
In his follow-up to “The Butch Factor,” director Christopher Hines exposes how far some will go to attain “the Adonis factor” – the kind of god-like masculine beauty only seen in ancient Greek sculptures.
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.
Entering a gay midlife crisis, David, a handsome urban professional, decides to hold a different kind of pool party this weekend in West Hollywood. At almost 40, David invites only his former boyfriends, not to do shots of Patron and play Lady Gaga, but to see if there really is a husband for him somewhere in his pool.
Fabulous, fashionable and completely “hot,” The Real L Word is reality TV that only Showtime can bring you. Meet six of the most gorgeous, powerful, and fascinating lesbians of LA. They live life within the glamorous inner circle of Hollywood and no matter who you are, it won’t be long until you’re caught up in their drama.
MARTY is a quirky straight on weekdays, gay on weekends, high school senior, who along with his questionably straight friend JAKE unravel the mystery of who put a hit on their friend THOMAS'S new gay lover. Jake uses his expertise as a peeping tom to discover the neighborhood secrets while Marty helps Thomas into safe hiding. At home Marty has problems of his own when his boyfriend MICHAEL and girlfriend ANYBODYS find out about one another. When a surprise fourth person is discovered mingling in the mix the end results are deadlier then the hit man.
My Trip Down The Pink Carpet is Leslie Jordan’s rollicking, faced-paced collection of sto-ries served up with wit, panache, and plenty of biting asides. Filled with overwrought childhood agonies, offbeat observations, and revealing celebrity encounters – from Boy George to George Clooney – it delivers a fresh, laugh-out-loud take on Hollywood, fame, addic-tion, gay culture, and learning to love oneself.
After winning a grant to write a biography of the Hispanic author Jules Gund, Iranian-American student Omar (Omar Metwally) must travel to Uruguay and convince the family to give him permission. Omar finds more than expected as he tries to persuade the late writer’s brother (Anthony Hopkins), wife (Laura Linney), and mistress (Charlotte Gainsbourg). A complex look at loss, The City of Your Final Destination is a moving drama from director James Ivory.