Tag Archives: gay movies

TRAILER: Out To Kill

Clip recap: OUT TO KILL, the new gay-themed murder mystery from award-winning filmmaker Rob Williams and Guest House Films. When gay private investigator Jim Noble (played by Scott Sell) moves into a beautiful loft complex in Tampa, he never expects to find his first case literally right outside his door – the corpse of one of his neighbors, Justin Jaymes …

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TRAILER: Squared

From the director’s Facebook page, via HuffPo: From my dating experiences, I was bothered when guys called me their “Geisha” and other derogatory terms. I also often hear people ask gay couples, “Who’s the woman in the relationship?” and point to the Asian guy. Society often objectifies Asians, especially gay Asians, and view them as submissive, feminine, and passive.

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TRAILER: Call Me Kuchu

Plot synopsis: In Uganda, a new bill threatens to make homosexuality punishable by death. With unprecedented access, the filmmakers follow David Kato – Uganda’s first openly gay man – and his fellow activists as they work against the clock to defeat the legislation while combatting vicious persecution in their daily lives. But no one, not even the filmmakers are prepared …

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TRAILER: Birthday Cake

Clip description: Feature length sequel to the multi award-winning short film GROOM’S CAKE. A mockumentary following the three days leading up to the first birthday party of a child with two gay parents: television actor Steven James and his screenwriter husband, Daniel Ferguson. A movie about the family we are born into and the family we create. Two gay men, …

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TRAILER: Tom Of Finland

Clip description: Until the year 1971, being gay in Finland could land you in jail for years. There was a boy born in 1920. In his childhood, he drew pictures of naked men. While drawing, he wore only leather boots. As a young man, he fought in the war and had sex with his fellow soldiers, both Finnish and German. …

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TRAILER: Bridegroom

Clip description: BRIDEGROOM gives an intensely personal edge to the ongoing debate over the legal rights of same-sex couples. Interviews, photos and video footage all testify to the uncommon connection that drew together Shane Bitney Crone and Tom Bridegroom. For six years they remained united despite extreme challenges from both family and society, until a tragic accident tears apart their …

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ABC Buys How To Survive A Plague For Possible Mini-Series Development

Rights to the Oscar-nominated How To Survive A Plague have been purchased by ABC with the intent of turning the gripping documentary into a mini-series. France’s widely acclaimed doc, which he co-wrote and directed, focuses on two coalitions — ACT UP and Treatment Action Group (TAG) — whose activism and innovation helped turn AIDS from a death sentence into a …

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Swag Tuesday

Courtesy of the filmmakers, this week’s Swag Tuesday prize is Bear City 2, which is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray. Kathy Najimy plays den mother to the returning cast of bears, boys and cubs, for a Bear Week bachelor party in Provincetown! Kevin Smith, Lt. Dan Choi, Frank DeCaro, Mike Ruiz and Varla Jean Merman, lend their support to …

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Swag Tuesday

Today’s Swag Tuesday booty is a prize package for the new movie Gayby, which opens at select theaters nationwide on October 12th. The prize package includes a Gayby t-shirt, a Gayby tote bag, and two “run of engagement” passes to see the film at New York City’s Cinema Village. Sex with your best friend has never been this reproductive. Jenn …

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TRAILER: How To Survive A Plague

Opening September 21st in NYC, SF, LA.

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Russian Gays Have Only Just Begun

Towleroad has the recap: Director Elias Koskimies sends us his short musical film “I’ve Only Just Begun” which he put together with more than 60 people who volunteered their time. The clip is set somewhere just outside of St. Petersburg, and is a stunning visual statement about LGBT discrimination, individuality, and gays fighting back against those who oppress them. Hauntingly …

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TRAILER: Hotel Arthritis

From the makers of the gay films Circuit and Hellbent, featuring Bruce Vilanch, Lee Meriwether (!), Rip Taylor, and John Tartaglia (Avenue Q).

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NYC’s LGBT Film Festival Starts Tonight

Schedule.

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Limbaugh Claims Dark Knight Movie Villain Bane Is A Secret Jab At Mitt Romney

Another laughable conspiracy theory from Rush Limbaugh. Rush Limbaugh has come under the impression that the villainous Bane, played by Tom Hardy in “The Dark Knight Rises” and Batman’s most destructive nemesis yet, is a dig at Bain Capital, the financial services company once headed by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney that’s featuring prominently in President Barack Obama’s campaign ads. …

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TRAILER: Torino GLBT Film Festival

The event ends today, but I thought this was cute.

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The Devotion Project

“A series of short films documenting and celebrating happy, thriving LGBTQ couples and families.”

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Movie Synopsis Of The Day

From the Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival: Leave it on the Floor – Directed by Sheldon Larry Sheldon Larry’s audacious, raunchy and big-hearted musical—with songs by Beyoncé’s music director Kim Burse and her choreographer Frank Gatson Jr. —takes us into the fabulously funky world of voguing. The setting is contemporary downtown L.A., where our hunky, homeless hero Brad is …

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Adele Meets Brokeback Mountain

Zack Ford: “The heartbreaking mash-up nobody needed.”

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TRAILER: Breaking Free

Clip description: “I’ve a right to love and live with dignity”, cry out the Indian gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community who have been made invisible and pushed underground by a draconian law Sec 377 that criminalized homosexuality till recently. The film BREAKING FREE strings together anguished voices of those who were tortured, blackmailed and indicted by this law; alongwith …

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March 1st – 8th: Queens Film Festival

The Queens World Film Festival begins on March 1st and this year includes a slate of nine LGBT-related flicks. Schedule.

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