Alienated from his conservative Jewish family and community, a young gay schoolteacher seeks solace in New York City's wild and anonymous barebacking scene. Packed with carnal imagery you won't soon forget, this is a stunning 15-minute short that has generated tons of buzz at film festivals.
Brimming with intensity and compassion, Out in the Dark is simply brilliant. The film, centering on race and sexuality, follows a young, affluent and ambitious Palestinian grad student and a Jewish lawyer who fall in love. A timely and poignant film that should not be missed!
Easily one of the sexiest and most romantic gay films of the past year, The Last Match centers on an intense love affair between two seemingly hetero soccer mates. Reiner and Yosvani are best buds who can barely contain their intense desire for one another, but have to keep it a secret from their potentially dangerous community.
Pablo, a shy teenager, meets Marco, who is a few years older than him. Together they go on a impromptu road trip to the Mexican desert, a trip that will make them face what they mean to each other. This experience will turn Pablo’s life around: his points of view, his strength and his own sexuality.
Certainly one of the most romantic gay films ever, Redwoods tells the story of a man in a stagnant relationship who meets and falls in love with a writer passing through his small Northern California town. Redwoods will suck you into its warm cinematic womb and won't let go.
Take a turbulent ride through two young men’s exciting but troubled relationship. Clean-cut Beni is a Zurich high school student just itching for a new life. He follows the rock band "The Minks" and falls in love with Fogi, the dangerously attractive lead singer.