Featuring scenes of explicit sex, this experimental drama from the director of Raging Sun, Raging Sky explores intense passion. Emiliano, a young filmmaker, starts exploring his sexuality on camera, but soon finds it difficult to distinguish between his reality and his arousing cinematic creations.
If cute bad boys are your weakness, you're going to enjoy this lurid, low-budget drama about a drug-addled British porn star who exposes himself in more ways than one. Wade Radford is becoming one of the busiest gay filmmakers on the scene. It also doesn't hurt that he's so easy on the eyes!
Two competitive advertising co-workers, seemingly as straight as they come, find their animosity turning into sexual desire in this indie drama. As far from a drippy gay romance as one can imagine, this testosterone-driven tale of intense attraction makes for gripping viewing.
Boaz is committed to his loving girlfriend, but starts questioning his life when he begins receiving a series of obsessive love letters from another man. They expose the inner world of their author, who also is deeply closeted — and knows plenty about him, including Boaz’s past attraction to other men.
Set in Maine and inspired by his own teen years, prolific director Todd Verow tells a story of gay lust in high school between Joe (Brad Hallowell), a (clearly autobiographical) theater geek, and his best buddy, Andrew (Gregory J. Lucas), a studly football star.
The premise is simple: director Claude Pérès and a man he's never met (gay-movie favorite Marcel Schlutt) will sleep together while the cameras roll. No contract, no film crew, no boundaries. The end result is an erotic drama that challenges viewers to look into the heart of human desire.