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The cult indie label Altered Innocence is dedicated to releasing LGBTQ and coming-of-age films with an artistic edge! Now, nearly three hours of rare and totally amazing gay short films and music videos await you in this new cinematic mixtape supreme! Get ready for lots of cruising, dancing, naked wrestling, trans terrorism, first love, bullies, femme fatales and much, much more!
The provocative and sexy new documentary Bare follows acclaimed choreographer Thierry Smits as he creates a new production featuring eleven completely naked male performers. This riveting film reveals the artistic collaboration and conflict between choreographer and company as they build an avant-garde piece steeped in dark, primal male energy and ritual… all while in the nude!
Natasha Lyonne, Clea Duvall, Michelle Williams, Cathy Moriarty, Melanie Lynskey, Mink Stole, RuPaul and more star in this beloved queer comedy classic about a cheerleader sent away to an anti-gay reprogramming camp. Originally released in 1999, there is a new Director’s Cut version of the film coming soon to Blu-ray! We also have the Original Theatrical Cut available on DVD.
What begins as a friendship turns into a fiercely powerful romance in this heart-wrenching new prison drama from Jon Garcia, the acclaimed writer-director behind ~~The Falls Trilogy~~. Ruben and Carlos (Ernesto Reyes and Jesse Tayeh) are cellmates. In the beginning, they form something of a mentorship… until their attraction to one another becomes undeniable. But can their love survive on the outside?
There has never been a filmmaker like Marlon Riggs: an unapologetic gay black man who defied a culture of silence and shame to speak his truth with resounding joy and conviction. This new box set from The Criterion Collection features his complete works – including his controversy-inciting queer landmark Tongues Untied and Black Is… Black Ain't, his deeply personal career summation.
Mario, a self-destructive young dancer, finds difficulty in the day-to-day life of his small Italian village. Deciding to follow his former childhood friend Lenz to Rome, he hopes to build a better life for himself. When a violent tragedy occurs on his first night in the big city, his plans and emotional well-being are severely altered. The debut of director Evi Romen, Why Not You is a challenging character drama.