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See the heartthrobs from Glee, Teen Wolf and Twilight all in one movie! From talented gay director Quentin Lee, White Frog is a universal story of the power of family, friendship and love. This deeply moving family drama tells the tale of Nick (Twilight’s Booboo Stewart), a young teen with Asperger’s syndrome. When his big brother Chaz (Glee’s Harry Shum Jr.) passes away in a tragic accident, Chaz’s friends comfort young Nick as he gradually discovers the truth — Chaz was gay, but afraid to come out to their very traditional Chinese American parents. “A sweet… mainstream film that explores a different aspect of Asian American life.” — LA Weekly
The Perfect Wedding
Two gay men meet and fall in love over a family holiday weekend. Gavin (super-cute Jason T. Gaffney) and Paul (drop-dead handsome Eric Aragon) meet and fall in love over a holiday weekend where family and friends are planning the wedding of Paul’s sister. The problem is, Gavin is posing as the boyfriend of Paul’s ex and the two find themselves in a classic comic quandary as they try to ignore their feelings. “Instead of preaching about marriage equality, The Perfect Wedding simply shows life in futuristic world where it’s taken for granted. And that world looks pretty good.” – Herald-Tribune
A Portrait of James Dean: Joshua Tree, 1951
A smash hit at LGBT film festivals across the globe, Matthew Mishory’s acclaimed new drama, A Portrait of James Dean: Joshua Tree, 1951 is a fearless, intimate fictional portrait of James Dean on the cusp of becoming both a great actor and an outsider icon. The stunningly handsome James Preston stars as the legendary ‘50s movie star whose sex appeal for both men and women was undeniable. Stylishly evoking the boundary-pushing sexuality of New Queer Cinema as it focuses on Dean’s experiences as a rising star in Los Angeles, the film’s surreal and dreamlike vignettes blend biographical and fictionalized elements to present pivotal moments in his short yet remarkable life. A must-see gay film! “Breathtaking.” — The Advocate
I’m a Stripper
The REAL magic is here. Male strippers — working hard for the money. I’m a Stripper follows the lives of three male strippers in the sexiest cities in North America – Montreal, Niagara Falls and Las Vegas. These three hot guys have been selected to create a dynamic perspective on the reality of making a living in the buff. From an outspoken crew of friends making their living gig to gig in the Niagara Region, to a young Asian man rebelling from his conservative upbringing by dancing for men in Montreal, to the big lights of a show on the Las Vegas Strip – this documentary takes a hard look at an industry that’s becoming more accepted. I’m a Stripper offers the full meal deal and with so much of its subjects’ personal lives exposed – leaves its audience with a lot to chew on. “MAGIC MIKE has nothing on this Logo documentary.” — EOnline.com
When soap opera star Graham Windsor is outed as the result of a gay sex tape scandal, he seeks refuge at an exclusive Palm Springs resort. But quiet anonymity eludes him when marriage equality activist Trey Reed checks in to escape the fallout from his own bitter divorce. As an undeniable passion begins to sizzle between Graham and Trey, they force each other to confront their professional downfalls and the firestorm each has created in the gay press.
Sex pays… Love costs. A terrific gay relationship drama! Boy Culture is the candid confession of “X”, a wildly successful male escort. After ten years of sex for pay, “X” gets romantically entangled with his two hot roommates and a reclusive elderly client, Gregory. But before Gregory will agree to sex, he tells an unsettling love story spanning fifty years and dares “X” to try something he hasn’t felt in years – emotion. Adapted from the outstanding novel by Matthew Rettenmund, Boy Culture is the story of a high-end gay prostitute, and his two gay roommates, who together have created a family for the 21st century. The sexual energy in the house is full tilt and bubbling over.