Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Steven Soderbergh and executive produced by Jerry Weintraub, this drama recreates the glittering private world of Liberace (Michael Douglas), the flamboyant, phenomenally successful entertainer whose extravagant costumes and elaborate stage shows made him the most bankable entertainer of his time. The story focuses on Liberace’s tempestuous relationship with Scott Thorson (Matt Damon) during a time when Liberace was at the peak of his popularity but remained closeted.
Frustrated poet Elizabeth Bishop travels to Brazil and encounters the beguiling architect Lota de Macedo Soares. Initial hostilities make way for a complicated yet long-lasting love affair that dramatically alters Bishop’s relationship to the world around her. Anchored by magnificent lead performances from Miranda Otto and Glória Pires, Reaching for the Moon is an intimate snapshot of the search for inspiration, wherever and however you find it.
If you can imagine Lethal Weapon with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover as younger, hotter ex-boyfriends, you'll have the basis for Hot Guys With Guns, a modern take on the old-fashioned detective story. It's Chinatown meets Boystown!
OFFICIAL 2013 SUNDANCE SELECTION! Reminiscent of such classic rural gay love stories as Big Eden and Brokeback Mountain — and showcasing equally accomplished performances from its handsome leads — Pit Stop achieves an understated tone of authenticity rarely seen on screen as it shows us a tender, beautiful slice of gay American life.
Margarita is a pretty and vivacious young Mexican woman who knows how to have fun, enjoying her cute law school girlfriend. She works as a nanny for a Canadian upscale family who call her family, but when their finances take a spill, they fire her and she is threatened with deportation.
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!
Newly paraplegic Morgan Oliver (Leo Minaya, Manito; How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer) just wants his life to be like it was before the accident. A chance encounter with Dean Kagen (newcomer Jack Kesy) on a basketball court makes Morgan more determined that being in a wheelchair will not change him.
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.
From Sundance Award-winning filmmaker, Lee Hirsch, comes a beautifully cinematic, character-driven documentary following five kids and families over the course of a school year. Offering insight into different facets of America’s bullying crisis, the stories include two families who have lost children to suicide and a mother awaiting the fate of her 14-year-old daughter, who has been incarcerated after bringing a gun on her school bus. With an intimate and often shocking glimpse into homes, classrooms, cafeterias and principals' offices, this is a powerful and inspiring film that every educator, parent and teenager should see.
Emory Cohen (Smash, The Place Beyond the Pines) and Wendell Pierce (The Wire, Treme) give gripping performances as a white gay young man named June and a middle-aged black businessman named Joe who hook-up for a secret encounter in this award-winning drama. In a simultaneous search for connection, Joe’s straight-laced daughter Abigayle (Aja Naomi King) flirts with the streetwise Dexter (E.J. Bonilla) over the course of a hot July 4th evening.
Gavin (super-cute Jason T. Gaffney, Jolly) and Paul (drop-dead handsome Eric Aragon, The Interview), two young gay men, meet and fall in love over a holiday weekend where family and friends are planning the wedding of Paul’s sister. The problem is, Gavin is posing as the boyfriend of Paul’s ex and the two find themselves in a classic comic quandary as they try to ignore their feelings.
Jack and Diane, two teenage girls, meet on a summer day in New York City and spend the night kissing ferociously. Bubbly and naïve, Diane's charming innocence quickly begins to open tomboy Jack's tough-skinned heart. However, when Jack discovers that Diane is moving at the end of the summer, she pushes Diane away. Diane is overwhelmed by her powerful new feelings, and they begin to manifest themselves in terrifying ways, causing unexplainable violent changes to her body. Young love is a monster - can Jack and Diane survive?
Joan Rivers has proven over and over again to be one of the hardest working women in show business. Since her launch as one of the main guest hosts of the “Tonight Show with Johnny Carson,” Joan has carved out a niche as one of the most loved personalities in the media. At 78, she is funnier than ever, and has no interest in slowing down. Shot in front of a sellout Chicago audience, see Joan at her best, performing with energy, grace and her trademark self-deprecating humor, in this, her first-ever stand-up special.
Fresh-faced Tobias Segal stars as quirky Charlie Petunia. He’s gay, he’s celibate and he’s trying to resist falling in love with George (the fabulous Michael Urie from TV’s “Partners” and “Ugly Betty”). A fresh and funny new feature from one of the hottest gay filmmakers of the decade, Ash Christian.
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.
A Portrait of James Dean: Joshua Tree, 1951 is a fearless, intimate portrait of James Dean on the cusp of becoming both a great actor and an outsider icon. Set in the early 1950s and focusing on Dean's experiences as a rising star in Los Angeles, the film's surreal and dreamlike vignettes blend biographical and fictionalized elements to present pivotal moments in his short yet remarkable life.
After the death of his popular brother Chaz (Harry Shum Jr. ), Nick (BooBoo Stewart), who suffers from Asperger’s syndrome, struggles to carry on. Nick’s parents have their own problems coping with the loss, but Chaz’s best friend Randy (Gregg Sulkin) takes Nick under his wing. As Chaz’s family comes to understand his secret life, they will be forced to reconcile the boy they thought they knew with the man he really was. WHITE FROG is a universal story of the power of family, friendship and love.
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.
Winner of the Best Feature Film award at DragonCon 2012, this gorgeous animated sci-fi drama portrays the power of love between two women. It is the 28th century — on Jupiter’s moon, Ganymede. Our hero Naia (prolific voice actress Tara Strong) is a feisty, young singer-songwriter who falls in love with the beautiful saxophonist Parker (Claudia Black — Farscape, Stargate SG-1). The two embark on their new relationship and form a new band — as they also fight for their freedom together. Strange Frame is brilliantly animated and directed by GB Hajim, co-written by Hajim and out lesbian Africa American musician Shelly Doty, and features an all-star cast of voice talents including Tim Curry, Ron Glass, Cree Summer, Juliet Landau, Alan Tudyk, Michael Dorn, Claudia Christian and George Takei!
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)!