Gay-movie favorite Sean Paul Lockhart is riveting as a sexy but emotionally troubled young man caught up in a torrid relationship with an older guy (writer/director Rob Moretti) - who harbors his own secrets.
One of the most critically acclaimed and controversial movies of 2013, Blue is the Warmest Color won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival for it's raw portrayal of a young gay woman's experiences of first love and sexual awakening.
Acclaimed director Marco Berger (Absent, Plan B, Sexual Tension: Volatile) is back with this sweaty drama about two men who become attracted to one another during a hot summer in the Argentinean countryside!
Fast-paced, funny, sexy and even a little tear-inducing when it counts, Tell No One is a positively charming family comedy. Mattia is about to move from Rome to Madrid to be with his long-distance boyfriend Eduard. His plan hits a snag, though, when Eduard travels to Rome first so that he can meet Mattia's family and ask for their son's hand in marriage. The problem? Mattia never actually told his parents that he is gay. Tell No One is an incredibly funny, feel-good movie, but it also has a few poignant emotional moments that will really resonate with those of us who remember life in the closet.