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Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
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In this lighthearted comedy, shy Weichung begins to question his marriage and sexuality after bumping into an old friend whos living the life of a younger, single gay man. Official Selection - Berlin Int'l Film Festival
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2013 Drama, Foreign, Independent
SILENT YOUTH is a poetic coming-out story that unfolds when two boys bump into each other on the streets of Berlin, unaware that a casual sequence of events will change their lives drastically. After a brief exchange, Marlo can’t resist his immediate attraction to Kirill and starts following him through the city. Soon they begin to amiably wander together, and a strange and subtle relationship begins to brew between them, becoming more confusing the more Kirill exposes about himself. SILENT YOUTH centers on those oft-forgotten moments when falling in love, from the first approach to awkwardly sitting across from each other not knowing what to say.
A gay Brit in New York loses his immigration status and risks losing his family and life in the U.S. so he marries his lesbian best friend to remain in the country.
2012 Drama, Romance, Independent
This American Indie drama follows several endearing characters as they wade through life seeking happiness, peace, and ultimately love. Will (Ronnie Kerr) leaves the Navy after many years, soon reunites old friends, and begins to start his new civilian life. His friend Rich tries to set him up with ruggedly handsome Josh (Ian Roberts) and while there is immense chemistry between the two, timing and certain ideals never seem to align. But when a shocking tragedy happens, the two are paired together to pick up the pieces and sort through the after effects. Saltwater is a story about men of all ages, finding love, losing friends, navigating their way through life, and knowing it's the journey rather then the destination that's important.
When Mark - a young gay man addicted to sex and drugs - hits bottom, his brother checks him into a Christian retreat in the New Mexico desert. Run by a compassionate husband and wife team, Gayle and Ted have made it their life's mission to cure young men of their "gay affliction" through spiritual guidance. At first, Mark resists, but soon takes the message to heart and begins to bond with his fellow residents...in particular Scott, a mentor charged with guiding Mark through his conversion. As their friendship evolves into romance, Mark and Scott are forced to confront their true selves. Featuring powerful performances and even-handed direction, this acclaimed drama is a subtly nuanced and deeply sympathetic look at both sides of one of the most polarizing debates in America: the conflict and possible reconciliation between homosexuality and Christianity.
She Loves Me Not
Cary Elwes stars as Brady Olinson, a famous reclusive novelist whose drinking undermines his plans at reviving his career and saving his mansion. The story unfolds in three vignettes, each a different genre and each featuring strong women with their own agendas whom Brady cannot resist.
On a last-minute road trip, disenchanted Sophie and her nave neighbor Pete take a joke about marriage to the next level. Before long, they're engaged and stranded in the desert with Pete's sorority-girl sister, who is fresh off a break-up.
2011 Drama, Independent
Confronted with the "Big C", filmmaker Darwin King prepares to rehearse his movie despite all funding being pulled - a grim reality he has kept secret from his cast. His mind awash in the noise of memory and morphine, he reflects on his own life through the characters in his script. The story is told with highly stylistic vignettes projected in the black void of his mind, bringing to life each of the characters he has created on paper. "Phantom Images" explores the new challenges confronting gay men - and the cultural changes that have made communication between generations more difficult.
House of Boys
2012 drama, lgbt
In this colorful coming-of-age story set in 1984 Amsterdam against the exciting backdrop of the sex and music, 18-year old Frank discovers courage, tragedy and deep, true love.
2007 drama, romance
Fifteen New Yorkers go into a Friday night unaware of the fact that their lives are about to change.
Rum & Coke
A classic tale of a romance and rejection with a Mojito twist.
In the Name Of
A Catholic priest in rural Poland must face the truth of his own sexuality when he meets an intriguing young local. Official Competition - Berlin Int'l Film Festival
2015 Drama, Foreign, Independent
Long-term couple Anna and Marina want to have a baby and turn to their gay best friends Stefano and Tony for help with artificial insemination. When financial obstacles make it impossible, Stefano suggests that Marina sleep with a man but she angrily dismisses it and disappears. Stefano, in an attempt to make it up to Marina, engages in prostitution to raise money. Arguments and quarrels lead the couples to the hospital where they realize their mistakes and face the worrying consequences of their behavior.
The Symmetry Of Love
Several stories of love and desire interweave in modern day London.
Most Distant Course
Yun is trapped in a hopeless love triangle, and troubled by all the issues she faces in life.
Karen Cries on the Bus
Winner - Berlin FF. Karen abandons a failed marriage with no job, friends or money, but finds hope when she meets a wild and inspiring hairdresser.
2001 documentary, independent
For over four years Bruce Weber photographed one subject: Peter Johnson. What began as a photographic journey to document Peter's transition from boyhood into manhood led to the making of the film Chop Suey. A deeply personal film, feeling very much like a film journal or a scrapbook, Chop Suey is homage to all things the filmmaker loves most. Mixing film, archival footage, still photography and a rich and expansive soundtrack boasting over 65 songs, Chop Suey is the third film in the trilogy, which begins with Backyard Movie.
Bedrooms & Hallways
At the suggestion of a friend, gay Leo (Kevin McKidd) enters therapy after many failed relationships make him fear for his social life. In a group session (led by Simon Callow), Leo comes clean about his feelings for a straight member of the group (James Purefoy), which leads to an affair between the two. The situation becomes further complicated by the appearance of Leo's high school sweetheart (Jennifer Ehle), who still has feelings for him.
Helena from the Wedding
Official Selection - SXSW FF. Newlyweds invite friends to a secluded cabin to ring in New Years, but when a sexy model appears all hell breaks loose.