When Tyler Davidson (heart-throb Derek James) brings his college buddy Chase (Charlie David, Dante's Cove, A Four Latter Word) home for the summer a secret is revealed that threatens to tear his perfect family apart.
Based on the film of the same name, Mulligans is a novel about a poignant family drama with a twist. Tyler, a straight college jock, brings his best friend Chase home to stay with his family for summer vacation. The Davidson family welcomes Chase with open arms, but as the summer progresses, so does an unexpected attraction. Stacey, Tyler's Mom, tries to hold on to her family while Tyler's Dad Nathan struggles with his long-suppressed sexuality.
This delightful screwball comedy stars the lovely Rosa Maria Sardi (All About My Mother) as Sophia, a concert pianist who has fallen in love with her much younger female colleague, Eliska (Eliska Sorov?) and now must brave the reactions of her supposedly open-minded daughters (smartly performed by a trio of Spain?s finest actresses: Maria Pujalte, Silvia Abascal and Leonor Watling).
Five best friends in their late 20's face the disintegration of their tight knit urban tribe. Gay and straight, white and brown, driven and aimless, this disparate group lives and breathes New York City with a vivid emotional realism.
The latest, hottest drama from out gay director Michael Akers (Gone, But Not Forgotten, Matrimonium) is about a man who has an affair with his boyfriend's lover when the two discover that he has been living a double life. Starring Jeff Castle and green-eyed hottie Gaetano Jones.
New York writer and opera addict Allegra (Elizabeth Reaser, The Family Stone) loves her girlfriend Samantha (Julianne Nicholson, Kinsey), but can't commit. When Samantha leaves her, Allegra rebounds with handsome philosophy professor Phillip (Justin Kirk, Angels in America) as well as the irresistibly beautiful, recently single Grace (Gretchen Mol, The Notorious Bettie Page). Allegra juggles secret relationships with both of them, never suspecting that Philip and Grace have a connection of their own. With a sophisticated blend of humor and irony, this screwball sex comedy twists and turns with all the drama of classic Puccini.
Certainly one of the most romantic gay films ever, Redwoods tells the story of a man in a sexless relationship who meets and falls in love with a writer passing through his small Northern California town.
Legendary Hollywood star Dean Stockwell gives a commanding performance as Dell Farraday, a gruff father who inflicts his homophobia on his gay youngest son, Campbell (played by heartbreaker Jason Behr, of WB's "Roswell" fame).
A hip-hop rework of the classic "rob from the rich, give to the poor" fable. Like a lesbian Bonnie and Clyde, it all starts when a French Casanova butch named Brooklyn falls in love with social worker Robin.
Is faith stronger than sexual attraction? Brady, an 18-year-old devout Christian, is given that test when he and his mother move to a scenic Northern California coastal town where he falls in love with his new neighbor Clifford. There to spread the good word, Brady instead becomes hopelessly attracted to this handsome young man who is the complete opposite of him: vivacious and athletic. There's an instant sexual spark and the two young men must navigate the divide between Brady's beliefs and their budding romance.
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.
This gripping story of personal and sexual rediscovery has charmed audiences around the world. The beautiful Israeli actress Anat Waxman stars as Nurit, a Tel Aviv bus driver who falls in love with her new nanny (Nathati Moshesh).