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From Polish writer-director Kamil Krawczycki, Elephant is a gorgeously-crafted new gay romance following Bartek (Jan Hrynkiewicz), a dutiful son who runs a small horse farm and looks after his mother – who is afraid of being left alone. When Dawid (Pawel Tomaszewski), an older, more cosmopolitan musician, arrives in town, the pair soon find themselves embroiled in an illicit affair… which quickly evolves into a much deeper romance.
Sergeant Eismayer (Gerhard Liebmann) is known as the toughest training officer in Austria, ruthless with recruits and unwavering in his discipline, order and macho toughness. When he starts to fall in love with Falak (Luka Dimic), a new recruit who unashamedly embraces his homosexuality, Eismayer's closeted existence is shaken to the core. Inspired by a true story, Eismayer is a hard-hitting queer coming of age love story with a military backdrop.
During an eventful road trip with his two best friends, introverted young engineer Noah (Thibaut Cattelin) meets Lohan (Jules Bahloul), a bad-boy tattoo artist. As the two young men experience all the exhilarating moments of first love, Noah will soon have to face the reality that not everything is as rosy as it seems. From French director Theodore Tomasz, Rosodium is a tender gay romance that plays with time and structure in unexpected ways.
This gritty gay drama tells a story of trust, seduction, betrayal and redemption. James (Mark Elias), a young man struggling to make it in Los Angeles, is taken in by CQ (Lex Medlin), a wealthy and debonair businessman with more going on than meets the eye. He is soon introduced to an increasingly dangerous underworld. Golden Boy follows James down the rabbit hole as he chases his dreams - while losing himself one piece at a time.
There is a lot on offer in this amazing collection of works from visionary Angola-born Portuguese filmmaker Carlos Conceicao - including a wealth of hot guys and subtly homoerotic themes. His films are inhabited by handsome characters exploring the boundaries of limitless pleasure. Collected here are six shorts – headlined by the arresting thriller Name Above Title. Available on Blu-ray only.
One of the most acclaimed LGBTQ films of the year so far, Mutt follows Feña (Lio Mehiel), a young trans guy bustling through an incessantly challenging day that resurrects ghosts from his past – including a former boyfriend for whom feelings may still linger. Featuring revelatory performances, this touching and truthful feature debut from director Vuk Lungulov-Klotz is precise in its specificity and wholly relatable in its grand humanity.