At the centre of this drama is young lesbian Mexican nanny, Margarita. Unknown to her employers Margarita has been working for the family illegally for the past six years but despite all this she is passionate, resourceful and devoted to them.
In order to avoid an X rating, 40 minutes of gay S&M footage was rumoured to be cut and destroyed from the 1980 film, “Cruising” starring Al Pacino. Inspired by the mythology of this controversial film, filmmakers James Franco and Travis Mathews collaborate to imagine their own lost footage.
Blue-eyed blonde bad girl Rachel (gorgeous new lesbian heart-throb Ruth Reynolds) is mature for her eighteen years and the arrival of her Dad’s new employee Amy (the lovely Madeline Merritt), who is staying in their swanky Los Angeles guest house for the weekend brings Rachel the inspiration she needs.
Jamie is moving from Chicago to New York in two weeks, hoping to become a Broadway actress. Her best friend Jessica is bummed, because she thinks she is in love with Jamie, so as moving day gets closer, she tries to make Jamie jealous by dating other women, with hilarious results.
When Troy (Murray Bartlett, Farscape) moves back to LA after many years in Barcelona he finds that his ex-boyfriend Jonathan (Daniel Dugan) has begun dating Raul (Adrian Gonzales), a handsome South American immigrant. Temperatures rise as does sexual tension between the exes.
An edifying must-see that has received accolades at film festivals the world over, 'We Were Here' is the first film to take a deep and reflective look back at the arrival and impact of a definitive chapter in a city’s queer history. It explores how the inhabitants were affected by, and how they responded to, a calamitous epidemic. This is their story.
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.
Cult lesbian filmmaker Nicole Conn brings you a definitive chapter in contemporary Lesbian cinema, a film that enraptured audiences the world over and cemented her status as the go-to director for films about women in love.
CLAIRE OF THE MOON is a defining chapter in modern Lesbian cinema, the first time that an out lesbian director and cast made a lesbian film for a lesbian audience. Now presented for a new generation in an exquisite three disc box set that also includes her new blockbuster ELENA UNDONE, alongside MOMENTS: The Making of Clare of The Moon, and the first lesbian period bodice-ripper, the scorching CYNARA.
'Owls and Hooters', a two-movie collection featuring lesbian icons, gun-fights, over-analysing and all the hilarious problems that arise when a group of filmmakers and actors set out to make a co-operative feature film!
Starring Guinevere Tuner, Lisa Gornick, Deak Evgenikos and Cheryl Dunye
Tough, accomplished and decorated lesbian Marine officer Alexandra Everett unexpectedly returns home only to find that, away from the gunfire and harsh conditions of the Iraqi desert, life in the real world isn't all she hoped for. After a bar brawl and bout of binge drinking, Alexandra pulls herself together and finds an unlikely sparring partner in Saffron, a tearaway teen who she has been recruited to prepare for boot camp.
Sienna Farall (True Blood) Summer Bishil (The Last Airbender), star in this hilarious short film about a miserable Hollywood assistant who finds romance when her sexy New York counterpart arrives in town. A funny, fresh take on growing up - and getting laid!
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.