J.J. is an aspiring M.C., just arrived on London’s exciting outlaw urban music scene. He’s got the skills, he’s got the rhymes, he’s got the drive. But there’s a problem – not only is J.J. a white boy from the sticks – he’s also gay. And gay - in the world of hip-hop and ragga – ain’t good. So when J.J. resolves to come out onstage at the Urban Slam Finals, taking his boyfriend Orlando with him, he knows it’s going to get a bit grimy....
Dale is an attractive, hard-as-nails gay male escort in Greenwich, London. He specialises in fulfilling sexual fantasies - dressing up as a schoolboy, BDSM, you name it, he's done it, yet his own dreams of a happy ending are complicated when straight best friend and childhood crush Raj announces his forthcoming marriage. Meanwhile, a spate of gay hate crimes are being reported on the local heath...
Three days in the lives of four friends on the pulsating streets of East London. Girlfriends Liza and Sally have a band to pull together and a birthday to celebrate, yet from this moment on their lives will change forever.
"A raw, uncensored and brave account of today's kids getting their kicks" - Milly McMahon, I-D Magazine
From cinema’s maestro of indie queer pop cinema, welcome to Gregg Araki’s messed-up world, a concrete jungle teeming with teenage lust, abundant drugs and all-out infidelity. Before Kaboom, and Mysterious Skin there was TOTALLY F***ED UP.
The story of the on / off relationship of high school lovers Carmen and Jen. Sometimes surreal but always sexy, this short film places the spotlight on relationship blues in a palette of dayglo pink and blood red.
Boys On Film goes down under to bring a fresh batch of funny and touching tales courtesy of our Aussie and Kiwi cousins, while from Hawaii to Singapore via Korea more stories of young men falling in love round out the collection.
Rising stars Xavier Samuel and Callan McAuliffe put their own twist on traditional coming out fables in Drowning and the Berlin Film Festival Crystal Bear winner, Franswa Sharl.
Kit Hung's ethereal and enchanting ode to the early films of Wong Kar Wai sees handsome Ricky, a young gay delivery boy who shuttles back and forth between his restaurant and various bustling Hong Kong locales, on the cusp of a sexual awakening that will change his life forever.
The DVD also includes the soundtrack CD by Sepiasonic.
From acclaimed director Brillante Mendoza comes a gripping and exhilarating portrayal of teenage thugs, slippery chancers and petty thieves, all out to get what they can and pocket a profit in the teeming slums of Asia’s notorious city of sin, Manila.
Starring Nathan Lopez from The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros, Slingshot is a riveting exposé of life on the other side of the tracks.
Elliot Tittensor (SHAMELESS) stars as Daz in headlining film PROTECT ME FROM WHAT I WANT.
Eight other films include MY NAME IS LOVE, Iris Prize winner STEAM and TREVOR, which won multiple prestigious awards from Sundance, Teddy Berlinale and even The Academy Awards (Oscar) for Best Short Film.
Skins meets Glee when a last chance dance class becomes a therapeutic encounter between adolescents struggling with their ideas about sexuality and adulthood in a very British comedy, made with the support of gay, lesbian and bisexual charity, Stonewall.
“A kind of gritty take on the shiny E4 drama Glee” – The Times
After a tragic accident, Gavin is offered the chance to re-live three memories he shared with his ex-boyfriend, who recently passed away, by a mysterious bartender. Gavin takes the offer, but Fate has other plans...