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!
Diego, a shallow photographer, gets a big surprise when his son estranged son Armando arrives for a visit. Bitter and insecure, Armando has doesn't approve of his father's homosexuality. Diego must find common ground and learn that family, friends and love are the real ingredients to a happy life.
Writer-director-star Matt Riddlehoover is back with a follow-up to one of the bestselling gay romances of the past year - Scenes from a Gay Marriage! More Scenes picks up two years after the original. Darren and Joe begin to question whether their domestic bliss is really for them.
An exciting breakthrough feature from Argentinian director Rodrigo Guerrero, The Third One concerns a ménage à trois - the planning stage, the main event and the aftermath. After meeting in a chat room, Fede, a college student, arrives at downtown to have an intimate encounter with a hot, older gay couple.
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.
Sad, funny, sexy and touching, Strapped follows a handsome young prostitute (Ben Bonenfant) who spends a dark and stormy night learning about life and love - all during a sex-filled odyssey in an apartment building filled with strange inhabitants.