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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 Comedy, Drama, Independent
In his mid-30s, Abe (Jordan Gelber) clings to the trappings of his adolescence, including the extensive collection of toys and action figures adorning his boyhood bedroom. Still living with his parents Jackie (Christopher Walken) and Phyllis (Mia Farrow), Abe works for his increasingly disappointed Dad and spends evenings ruthlessly trouncing his Mom at backgammon. His older brother Richards (Justin Bartha) success as a California doctor only feeds Abes resentment and rage at his family over his failures.When Abe meets Miranda (Selma Blair), whose personal and professional disasters have sent her scrambling back to the safety of her parents suburban home, he sees what he thinks is a chance at true love. Abe throws himself into pursuing the overmedicated Miranda, convincing her to marry him after a whirlwind courtship. But, as the couple haltingly prepares to start a new life together, the film swerves into Abes subconscious, where his crippling self-doubt and dark fears begin to undermine his nearly realized dream of a fuller life.
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.
A wayward bad-boy (Chris Messina) returns home for a funeral and reveals a secret from his past. Also starring Rich Sommer and Sarah Paulson. Official Selection, 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.
For My Father
Winner - Cinequest FF. A Palestinian man forced into a suicide mission and an alluring Israeli girl fall in love over a climatic weekend in Tel Aviv.
This engaging film focuses on the changing roles and relationships of eight Vassar graduates during the years before WWII and stars Candice Bergen and Joan Hackett.
Grown Up Movie Star
2011 Drama, Independent
Once the town hero, Ray returns home to Newfoundland following a drug conviction, only to have his wife Lillian leave him for another man and aspirations of stardom. With Lillian gone, Ray flails to try to find a replacement for her, while struggling against a growing awareness of his homosexuality. At loose ends for lack of guidance, his daughter Ruby in turn becomes increasingly curious about her own sexuality and, in a desperate plea for attention, puts herself in increasingly risky situations. She begins spending more and more time with Ray’s best friend Stuart, confined to a wheelchair following an accident that involved Ray. When Stuart finds himself attracted to Ruby, he leads the three of them towards a heartbreaking conclusion.
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
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
2008 drama, comedy
What begins as a respite from adult responsibility becomes a premature mid-life crisis when a man returns to his Bohemian parents' Manhattan loft.
2005 Comedy, Romance, Drama
Unreal's Shiri Appleby has to choose between two men in this romantic comedy. Raised mostly by her aunt while her parents were traveling the globe, Abby Morrison (Shiri Appleby) used her spare time to develop her artistic talents. Now, as a young adult, she has a seemingly perfect life -- and the seemingly perfect boyfriend (Orlando Seale) to go with it. But when she agrees to tutor a cute but artistically challenged classmate (Nick Zano), she finds herself falling for his flaws.
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.
The Way I Spent the End of the World
Winner - Cannes FF. 17 year old Eva breaks a bust of Ceausescu and is sent to a reform school where she meets Andre and they decide to escape Romania.
Winner - Tribeca FF. A runaway and a Polish immigrant form a strong bond as they work odd jobs and vie for the affection of a beautiful French girl.
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.
With the guidance of their fathers spirit, two women (Madeline Zima and Scottie Thomson) and their mother (Jane Seymour) finally discover what being a family truly means.
Getting Up and Going Home
1992 Romance, Drama
As a successful lawyer (Tom Skerritt) struggles to face his inner demons, he finds himself embroiled in scandalous affairs with other women.
2009 Drama, Foreign, Independent
Anita is the story of a young woman with Down syndrome (Alejandra Manzo) who lives a happy, routine life in Buenos Aires, being meticulously cared for by her mother Dora (Academy Award nominee Norma Aleandro). One tragic morning in 1994, everything changes when Anita is left alone, confused and helpless after the nearby Argentine Israelite Mutual Association is bombed (the deadliest bombing in Argentina's history). As Anita wanders through the city, she learns not only to care for herself, but touches the lives of those around her, from an alcoholic to a family of Asian immigrants.
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.