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.
From Auraeus Solito, director of The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros, BOY is a delightful and sexy coming-of-age story about a young poet in Manila who discovers his sexuality and falls for a macho dancer.
A gorgeous dramatization of gay lovers Ernst and Robi who meet in Zurich in 1958 against the backdrop of “The Circle” (the pioneering gay organization and internationally renowned underground club), this award-winning drama also showcases the true story of Ernst and Robi, featuring interviews with the men (now in their 80s) along with stunning archival images and fascinating research into this incredible era in gay history. Starring Matthias Hungerbuhler and Sven Schelker as Ernst and Robi.
When Caleb pretends to be gay to get close to Gwen, the strategy backfires: Gwen tries to set him up with her gay best friend Marc. Instead of immediately confessing what's up, Caleb agrees to the date, even asking his own gay friend Kyle for pointers on how to behave. The plot further thickens because Kyle is interested in Marc himself.
This spectacular collection of vintage queer movie trailers offers a crash course in lesbian, gay, bi and transgender (LGBT) movie history and a colorful look at nearly every major mainstream queer-themed film produced between 1953 and 1977...
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.
From the underground to the Oscar-winning, the titillating to the tasteful, the campy to the heartfelt, The Queer Movie Poster Book is a captivating visual history of the best of queer film culture. 130 pages. B&W and Color.
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!