Don't miss Del Shores' award-winning play about four gay boys growing up in the Southern Baptist church. This excellent stage-to-screen experience looks at adolescent homosexuality while challenging hypocrisy, exposing damage and offering hope. It's also a lot of fun!
In his fifteenth year of training, champion swimmer Kuba starts reconsidering his wants and needs. He lives a happy, normal life with his mother and his girlfriend, but finds himself longing for the other boys at the gym. Enter Michal, the guy who will steal Kuba’s affections and turn his life around completely.
Girls Will Be Girls star Jack Plotnick directs this totally crazy, character-driven domestic dramedy, which takes place in a 1970s-inspired version of the future where personalities and asteroids collide! Plus, Patrick Wilson plays a closeted space captain... with a killer pornstache!
Leigh has made a gay-themed film about how Darren and Joe met and fell in love. As a result of the film's success, Darren and Joe begin to question whether their domestic partnership can really ever match up to the cinematic version of their lives. Don't miss this funny and adorable sequel!
Set in Tel Aviv in 1989, this intelligent and emotional dramatic mystery follows a straight linguistics student who starts receiving a series of obsessive love letters from a secret male admirer. Though he is deeply committed to his girlfriend, Boaz (played by total stud Yoav Reuveni, an Israeli model making his acting debut) can't stop thinking about the letters. They expose the painful inner world of their deeply closeted author. On top of that, he seems to know a whole lot about his crush. They must be coming from a close male companion. Who could it be? As Boaz attempts to find out, events from his past come into focus and he start seriously questioning his sexuality.