200 American is a modest, yet pleasing story of love; both lost and gained. Conrad is an uptight executive who rules his advertising agency and life with strict controls. His boyfriend walked out on him for being such a control freak and his employees are always frustrated. Rather than deal with finding a new lover, or allowing himself to experience true emotions, Conrad hires a hunky Australian call boy for sexual pleasure. Ian arrives at his doorstep and the whole sex for money thing seems so easy. This is until Conrad offers Ian a job at his company and things get real complicated real fast.
8: THE MORMON PROPOSITION is an indictment of the Mormon Church's historic involvement in the promotion and passage of California's Proposition 8 and the Mormon religion's secretive, decades-long campaign against gay rights.
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.
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.
Julie Goldman (The D Word, LOGO's "The Big Gay Sketch Show") stars as charming butch tattooist Linda, who runs the camera for uptight field reporter Kelly (Emily Burton, Out At The Wedding). Thrown together on assignment, they discover friendship, self-acceptance and hope in this unique buddy movie.
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This quartet of top lesbian romances includes a gorgeous pair of Big Apple love stories, The Four-Faced Liar and My Normal plus two equally fresh West Coast American indies — the smart and sexy And Then Came Lola and the legendary Jamie Babbitt hit, Itty Bitty Titty Committee.
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.
Eric Schaeffer’s new film, BOY MEETS GIRL is a poignant, sexy, romantic coming of age comedy about three twenty year-olds living in Kentucky: Robby (Michael Welch, Twilight); his best friend since childhood, Ricky, a gorgeous transgender girl; and Francesca, a beautiful young debutante.
After law student Sara (Agnes Bruckner, Anna Nicole) is caught stealing and loses her job, she falls into the arms of sultry Alex (Madeline Zima, Californication) for a wild night out. During an evening of sexual passion, the two make a pact to murder each other's enemies.
From Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ang Lee comes an epic American love story, based on the short story by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Proulx and adapted for the screen by the team of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana.
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.
Drawn from the author’s own life, BURNING BLUE explores the concepts of love, friendship and honor in the U.S. Navy when a routine accident investigation turns into a modern-day Witch Hunt. Following two fatal mishaps involving F-18 jets aboard an aircraft carrier a government agent is placed aboard the ship to determine what may be at the root of these accidents. His mission abruptly changes course when a young sailor reports seeing one of the fleets' top-ranking fighter pilots in a gay club. The suspected aviator and three of his squadron mates and their spouses become the subjects of a deadly investigation entangling them in a web of jealousy and deceit changing their lives forever.
Megan (Natasha Lyonne) has it all. She's popular, pretty, dates the captain of the football team, and she's a cheerleader. To Megan's surprise, one day her family and friends confront her with evidence that she is gay: she's a vegetarian, she doesn't like kissing her boyfriend, and she's got a poster of a cheerleader in her locker.
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!
Inseparable since grade school, virginal high-school seniors Michael (Nicholas Braun) and Matty (Hunter Cope) make a pact to get one another laid before prom night. Their plan hits an unexpected hitch, however, when one of them decides to come OUT of the closet.
One of the all-time hottest lesbian heart-throbs, Dreya Weber heats up the screen in two of her top motion pictures. Enjoy her athletic exploits as aerialist Jane Hawkins in the wildly popular romantic drama, The Gymnast; and savor her turn as the charming daredevil Luce in the hilarious lesbian reunion classic, Everything Relative.
This wonderfully well-written, well-acted gay comedy is the feel good movie of the year! Dream-hunk Rene Alvarado stars as nice family boy, Diego who has a handsome but closeted squeeze on the side (David Beron). And some interesting new neighbors -- drop-dead gorgeous Steve Callahan and super-cute Cory Schneider. This hilarious gay love triangle is set against the backdrop of East L.A. neighborhood gentrification.
YOU CAN'T START OVER ON AN EMPTY STOMACH!
This auspicious directorial debut from David Au offers a fresh take on life, love and food in the heart of Los Angeles through a deliciously emotional and redemptive story supported by an earnest cast led by Sharon Omi, Teddy Chen Culver, Nicole Sullivan (MADtv) and a surprise moment with George Takei.
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.