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 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!
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.
A newly out dancer entangled in the web of cyber dating, a wannabe star unable to get to the top, and a gender non-conformist performance artist working as a celebrity assistant are all recent arrivals to exotic Southern California. They all make a wish in a fountain to find the hardest and unlikeliest of things in LA...love.
Francois Sagat - gay porn legend and sexual icon. Following the actor from the set to his home, the provocative documentary sees Sagat opening up about topics ranging from hyper-masculinity to his personal fetishes and the politics of the porn industry.
Pim, an introverted child, occupies his time drawing and fantasizing while keeping his emerging desires a secret. As a teenager, he grows infatuated with Gino, the handsome boy next door. When a hunky young man from the local fair starts dating Pim’s mother, Pim seizes the opportunity to leave home and move in with Gino’s family. His plan backfires as Gino departs, romancing and living with a girl from across the border. It seems like Pim’s dreams will never come true, but then one rainy day Gino returns home…
Vampires. Brighter in Darkness opens a door to the supernatural Dark World of Vampires! It tells the tale of Toby Brighter, a young gay guy who after a disastrous relationship, is set up on a blind date by his sister Charlotte. Lucas Delmore, (Toby's Date) turns our to be everything Toby could ever wish for except for one thing, Lucas is a 1500 year old Vampire. Toby is immediately plunged into the dark world of the Vampyre, Demons and Supernatural.
This sensual, remarkably observed, beautifully acted wonder is the breakout feature from British writer director-editor ANDREW HAIGH (Greek Pete). Rarely has a film been as honest about sexuality—in both depiction and discussion—as this tale of a one-night-stand that develops into a weekend-long idyll for two very different young men (exciting newcomers TOM CULLEN and CHRIS NEW) in Midlands England. It’s an emotionally naked film that’s both an invaluable snapshot of the complexities of contemporary gay living and a universally identifiable portrait of a love affair.
Famed writer Del Shores (Sordid Lives, The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife) pulls no punches in his latest live standup act, which features his hilarious and uncensored confessions about everything from raunchy love affairs to backstabbing during his career in entertainment.
Gay teen Tim and his two best friends Laura and Brea spend their last summer before college grappling with their feelings about the fundamentalist Baptist beliefs of their families, and prepping for the Passion Play at their church. Preacher’s daughter Brea is having a crisis of faith while Laura quotes Leviticus to Tim. Tim draws strength from the support of his PFLAG Dad as he copes with the twists and turns of late adolescence — including a complex relationship with the church drama teacher who struggles with his own sexuality.
The directorial debut of out actor Charlie David (Judas Kiss, Mulligans, Dante's Cove), this uplifting film follows four HIV+ youth (late teens to mid-20s) in four different North American cities in cinema vérité style.
BEAUTY tells the story of Francois van Heerden, a mid-40s, white, Afrikaans-speaking family man living in Bloemfontein, who has become devoid of any care or concern for his own measure of happiness, and so convinced of his ill-fated existence, that he is wholly unprepared when a chance encounter unravels his clean, controlled life.
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.
Out lesbian rock star Patty Schemel is best known as the drummer for Courtney Love's edgy '90s band, Hole. This candid, intimate portrait follows Schemel's spectacular rise and fall — from the glamour of life with Courtney and her husband Kurt Cobain, to her life-destroying bout with drug addiction and her eventual recovery. Hit So Hard is a heroic lesbian portrait that serves up a smart, riveting account of an entire era in rock history.
WE WERE HERE is the first documentary to take a deep and reflective look back at the arrival and impact of AIDS in San Francisco. It explores how the City’s inhabitants were affected by, and how they responded to, that calamitous epidemic.
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.
Adepero Oduye portrays Alike, a 17-year-old African-American woman who lives with her parents Audrey and Arthur (Kim Wayans and Charles Parnell) and younger sister Sharonda (Sahra Mellesse) in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood. She has a flair for poetry, and is a good student at her local high school.