Scruffy cutie-pie Ben Whishaw stars in this incredibly emotional drama about a heartbroken young man who tries to form a connection with his late lover's Chinese Cambodian mother (Pei-Pei Cheng). Have a box of tissues handy for Lilting - this one is a tear-jerker.
Infectiously sweet with beautiful cinematography and compelling performances, Silent Youth follows two German teens who cautiously fall in puppy love. Director Diemo Kemmesies keeps the plot and pace casual while ratcheting up the romantic tension!
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!
In this heartfelt drama from Ira Sachs, the director of Keep the Lights On, John Lithgow and Alfred Molina play a gay couple in New York City forced to live apart from one another due to financial troubles. Numerous critics have called it one of the year's best films.
Fede (Emiliano Dionisi), a 22-year-old college student, meets up with an attractive gay couple (Carlos Echevarría and Nicolás Armengol) almost twice his age for a night of passion - one that changes his outlook on love and sex in unexpected ways. With a story that unfolds over one night in primarily one location, director Rodrigo Guerrero uses a series of static long takes that create palpable sexual tension. Light on conflict, The Third One simply aims to simulate a modern gay threesome as believably as possible - and it succeeds! This is a sex positive movie that looks at taboos - open relationships, intergenerational affairs - with a fair eye and celebrates the enchanting effect that one night of honest, uninhibited sexual release can leave you with in the morning.