Meet Tanner and Brent. They are two best friends. Brent longs for the spotlight and believes that coming out will make him instantly popular as North Gateway High's very first G.B.F. (or Gay Best Friend). Tanner on the other hand, would rather fly under the radar and finish high school without ever being noticed.
When things don't go according to plan and Tanner is outed instead of Brent, the two boys go from B.F.Fs to instant frenemies. Enter the three most popular girls in school - queen-of-mean bombshell Fawcett, drama club diva Caprice, and sweet, Mormon good-girl 'Shley, who launch an all-out social war to win Tanner's friendship.
Featuring an all-star cast including Andrea Bowen (Desperate Housewives), Megan Mullally (Will & Grace), Natasha Lyonne (Orange Is The New Black), Sasha Pieterse (Pretty Little Liars) and Evanna Lynch (Harry Potter).
From the director of cult 90s teen movie JAWBREAKER comes this comic satire of American high school clique culture in the vein of MEAN GIRLS and CLUELESS.
Oscar nominated Sir Ian McKellen and Lynn Redgrave star in an Oscar-winning tribute to the controversial life of an eccentric genius. He was the father of Frankenstein and his eerie images shocked the world. So did his private life. Director James Whale (Ian McKellen - Lord of The Rings, X-Men) flew in the face of Hollywood convention and his glittering career became tarnished by scandal and sexual excess. Alone with only his loyal housekeeper (Lynn Redgrave - Shine) in his declining years, and suffering from bad health, his unusual friendship with hunky gardener Clayton Boone (Brendan Fraser - The Mummy) started Tinseltown tongues wagging again. A riviting and poignant salute to a tragic pioneer of motion pictures, Sir Ian McKellen gives the performance of a lifetime in this critically acclaimed masterpiece.
Starring: Ian McKellen, Brendan Fraser, Lynn Redgrave, Rosalind Ayres
Based on the novel by Andy Zeffer, cult gay director Casper Andreas follows up The Big Gay Musical with Going Down in LA-LA Land, a riveting and uncensored look at the glittering stars and studios of Hollywood, and its lesser-exposed neighbour - the seedy and cut-throat porn industry.
Wide-eyed, hunky upstart Adam arrives in Los Angeles from New York, brimming with hope for a career in the movie business. He shacks up with best friend Candy, who is also desperate to get a foot in the Hollywood door. Together they hit the red carpets and cocktail parties to network and score roles. Adam's drop dead gorgeous body and chiselled looks prove a rich picking to the needy and seedy agents, directors and studio executives of Hollywood Boulevard, and he begins almost instantly to climb the ladder of fame - or so it seems.
Featuring a slew of West Hollywood cameos from Perez Hilton, Bruce Vilanch, Alec Mapa (Desperate Housewives) and Judy Tenuta (Butch Camp), Going Down In LA LA Land is a Los Angelean lesson in the ups and downs of fast fame and bosom buddies.
Starring: Matthew Ludwinski, Michael Medico, Allison Lane
Gay-interest comedy horror. When two gay men are brutally beheaded in a West Hollywood park, a group of four gay friends decide to celebrate the Halloween Carnival by taking a grisly trip to the scene of the crime. What they don't realise is that a sickle-wielding killer is still haunting the area, waiting patiently for his next victims to come along.
Starring: Dylan Fergus, Bryan Kirkwood, Hank Harris, Andrew Levitas, Matt Phillips
Basically a gay version of scary movie and actually quite good fun
Whilst looking after his niece and sister-in-law (Alicia Witt), Jack (David W. Ross from 90s boy band, Bad Boys Inc) a British gay man living in in New York City, finds himself at risk of losing his family when his work visa is denied. Threatened with deportation he has to compromise his ideals in order stay in the USA and enters into a marriage of convenience with his lesbian best friend, Ali (THE SOPRANOS star, Jamie-Lynn Sigler). The couple quickly wed but have to prove the validity of their marriage to the authorities.
Whilst Jack and Ali live a contented married life, Jack meets the Spanish, Mano (Maurice Compte) and they fall madly in love with each other. Because of this whirlwind romance Ali feels that her new husband is neglecting her and decides that she wants to leave. What occurs is a revelation that Jack had never considered; his gay relationship is not recognised in the eyes of American federal law.
Glenn Gaylord (producer of LEAVE IT ON THE FLOOR) directs a contemporary romantic drama addressing equality issues and personal dilemmas. Featuring a stellar cast headed by David W. Ross, I Do is a touching and important film in the face of the global news of DOMA, gay marriage and immigration law.
Starring: David W. Ross, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Ashleigh Sumner, Maurice Compte, Alicia Witt
In order to avoid an X rating, 40 minutes of gay S&M footage was rumoured to be cut and destroyed from the 1980 film, CRUISING starring Al Pacino. Inspired by the mythology of this controversial film, filmmakers James Franco and Travis Mathews collaborate to imagine their own lost footage.
Amid the backdrop of a frenzied film set, actor Val Lauren reluctantly agrees to take the lead in the film. Val is repeatedly forced to negotiate his boundaries during scenes on and “off camera,” as unsimulated gay sex happens around him. The film itself is constructed as a play with boundaries remaining queer in subject and form. As much a film about filmmaking as it is about an exploration of sexual and creative freedom, INTERIOR. LEATHER BAR defies easy categorization.
Starring: James Franco, Val Lauren, Christian Patrick, Travis Mathews
It's 1997 and filmmaker Erik Rothman (Lindhardt) meets closeted lawyer Paul Lucy (Booth), through an anonymous phone sex line.
What starts as casual sex becomes a more permanent relationship as they start to build a life together, whilst each continues to privately battle their own compulsions and addictions. Their greatest challenge is down to Paul's increasing drug use, which threatens to pull them apart and over the years destroy the relationship.
A film about sex, friendship, intimacy and most of all, love, Keep The Lights On takes an honest look at the nature of relationships in our times.
From C. Jay Cox, the writer of the hit comedy Sweet Home Alabama, comes a heartwarming and tender gay romantic drama that combines laughs, seduction and tears with plenty of romance. The handsome Aaron (Steve Sandvoss), a Mormon missionary, travels door-to-door in Los Angeles spreading the word of his religion. Christian (Wes Ramsey), a cute West Hollywood party boy, goes from man to man without much commitment. Opposites will soon attract when Aaron and Christian meet and sparks begin to fly. Featuring two star-making performances from Sandvoss and Ramsey, the film also features a terrific supporting cast including Mary Kay Place ("Further Tales of the City"), Joseph Gordon-Levitt ("Third Rock from the Sun") and international screen legend Jacqueline Bisset.
Starring: Lázaro Ramos, Leandra Leal, Luana Piovani, Pedro Cardoso, Carlos Cunha
The late director Norman Rene and writer Craig Lucas made a pretty fine creative team on the stage and in the movies, and this 1990 drama about the evolving impact of AIDS on gay New Yorkers is their best cinematic achievement. The ensemble story follows the lives of nine or so characters as word of the so-called "gay cancer" eventually becomes a real force, killing several of them as the years go by. The film works well on a number of levels, not least of which is the enviable closeness of the characters, the script's wit, the bittersweet experience of loss, and a celebratory attitude at the end mixing wisdom with defiance. - Tom Keogh (amazon review)
Starring:Stephen Caffrey, Patrick Cassidy, Brian Cousins, Bruce Davison, John Dossett
From the producers of The Fault in Our Stars comes the relatable and heartfelt coming-of-age film LOVE, SIMON. Everyone deserves a great love story, but for 17-year-old Simon, it’s a bit complicated. The gay teenager hasn’t come out yet, and doesn’t know the identity of the anonymous classmate he’s fallen for online. Resolving both issues will be a hilarious, scary, life-changing adventure.