A photographer struggling with memory loss discovers her pictures may indicate something sinister is hitting close to home.
A meek bank clerk who oversees the shipments of bullion joins with an eccentric neighbor to steal gold bars and smuggle them out of the country.
A young gay man grows increasingly entangled in the marriage of an older couple.
Andrea, a gifted young Polish violinist from Krakow, is bound for America when he is swept overboard by a storm. When the Widdington sisters discover the handsome stranger on the beach below their house, they nurse him back to health. However, the presence of the musically talented young man disrupts the peaceful lives of Ursula and Janet and the community in which they live.
Lavender is a 2015 Malayalam romantic action drama film wriiten by Anoop Menon and directed by Altas T. Ali, starring Rahman, Nishan, Anoop Menon, Govind Padmasoorya, Aju Varghese and Thalaivasal Vijay in the lead roles. Iranian theater artiste Elham Mirza debut as the heroine in the film. The film is shot mostly in Thailand. The film was released on 26 June 2015.
A young woman's life is changed when an angel with a broken wing lands on her balcony.
A housekeeper's daughter loves a toper's affianced friend.
A beautifully drawn surf through an ocean of ever-changing, always morphing animated imagery.
Cannibalism's growing popularity in a food short world poses a huge problem for a young woman and her ailing father.
At the height of the Cold War, President Eisenhower deems homosexuals to be security risks. A vicious witch hunt ensues, ruining thousands of American lives.
Hong Kong drama film.
From Go Fish to Paris is Burning to The Watermelon Woman, this festival favorite goes behind the scenes to reveal seven successful lesbian directors. These talented movie-makers enlighten and entertain as they explore their sexual identity, growing up gay, inspirations and techniques, Hollywood vs. Indie, and of course, love and sex, onscreen and off. The conversations are intimate, the topics unlimited, and the clips from their work enthralling! Featuring Cheryl Dunye, Rose Troche, Jennie Livingston, Monika Treut, Maria Maggenti, Su Friedrich and Heather MacDonald.
A political drama about the last days of Harold Wilson's Labour government in the 1970s and his curious relationship with his personal secretary Marcia Williams
In 1973, a motley group of young writers, artists, political activists, and recent college graduates purchased over 80 acres of land outside West Danby, New York to build, with their own hands, a two story home that became Lavender Hill — one of the few gay and lesbian communes in the Back to the Land movement. In a time when over a dozen “straight” communes thrived in Tompkins County outside Ithaca, Lavender Hill, which expanded to include several homes across the property, was a remarkable experiment in collaboration, gender exploration, and social and political integration between young gay and lesbians in the post-Stonewall era.
A film scrapbook, images, phrases from our past, hiding their meanings behind veils. Let's lift those veils, one by one, to find how images, at one time seeming innocent, have revealed, after decades, to have homosexual overtones.
A tribute to the days when the words "gay" and "queer" took on a cheerier and weirder meaning (respectively) back in old movies from the 20s up to the 70s. I only used clips from movies I could think of or find quotes from online, so if anyone out there has any additional usages of "gay" and "queer" in old movies, let me know so I can start up a sequel. Dedicated to all in the LGBT community, as well as the fine people at Turner Classic Movies for inspiring this project.*
Two filmmakers attempt to make a documentary about an anonymous phone-work artist called Longmont Potion Castle who's been releasing albums of surreal and hilarious pranks for over thirty years. In spite of a semi-successful crowdfunding campaign and the involvement of celebrity fans, the filmmakers succumb to their own infighting and bad luck leaving an unpaid camera operator to finish the film.