Winner of the Queer Palm Award at Cannes, Stranger by the Lake is one of the most buzzed about films of 2014. That's with good reason. The movie is completely brazen in its depiction of wild, outdoor gay sex while blending stunning visuals with dark humor and suspense.
Cutting back and forth between puppy love in the '40s and the harsh realities faced by LGBT elders today, this bittersweet short celebrates a life-long relationship. When Jonathan dies unexpectedly, Gabe finds himself dealing with adversities he thought were long behind him.
Frameline, host to the oldest and largest LGBT film festival, now brings the festival to you. This stellar compilation includes seven delightful short comedies with numerous awards between them. Plus, how could you possible resist those two delicious boys tied up on the cover?
A Long Island couple struggles to come to terms with the fact that their son is gay after he comes out of the closet at his cousin's wedding. When every attempt to understand their son's lifestyle ends in failure, Nelson's (John Lloyd Young) parents decide to have dinner with the boyfriend's parents, and discover the power of compassion. Trying their best to keep Nelson's sexuality a well-guarded secret, Shirley (Lainie Kazan) and Martin (Saul Rubinek) realize that all bets are off when their son and his partner attempt to adopt a child, blowing the lid off the closet door!