Who's up for a sensual, seductive and truly unique trip through short, queer Mexican cinema with some of the hottest Latin men that have ever graced the screen? Mexican Men collects five of the most accomplished recent gay shorts from South of the Border - where some very exciting, expressive and groundbreaking LGBT cinema is being produced.
An edgy, bold and passionate love story, India Blues explores, in real time, both the trivial and important moments in one gay couple's relationship (their first kiss, their first sexual encounter, their awkward silences, their last hug). Stars Yiannis Kolios and Christoph Forny bare it all on screen in this patient, decidedly avant-garde experiment.
Two estranged friends take an emotional and eventful road trip from Los Angeles to Chicago to attend their 10-year college reunion, facing their complicated past along the way. The nostalgic journey across the country leads to confessions, contradictions, and conflicts as they struggle to reconcile their past and connect with each other.
In the newest film from veteran gay writer-director Michael J. Saul, a young student jeopardizes his relationship when he starts spending all of his time with an older gentleman. A heartfelt examination of family, love and fulfillment, The Surface examines two generations of gay men.