A meditation on the complex relationship of two brothers, exploring the interplay of notions of brotherhood, patronage, masculinity, and sexuality.
In a home, a young woman, absent from the field, questions four young adolescents without our knowing the reason. Question after question, the answers are either missing or followed by an "I don't know" or an evasive nod. Quickly, the plot is propelled into the near past, the crux of the film gives explanations to the first scene. Indeed, one of the young men, Sacha, continues to face homophobic discrimination when he thought he had escaped it. A hatred that will reach even to the personal effects of the main character. How sad !
A story of forbidden love. An LGBTQ drama set in Ancient Rome. Arena tells the incredible true story of adopted son of one of Rome's cruelest emperors who must choose between his life as the future ruler of the Ancient world or a love and friendship once forcefully forgotten.
Erik had to leave Jehovah's Witnesses after coming out as homosexual, now he is going to celebrate christmas for the first time.
A young gay hustler from South Wales, Dafydd is working in Amsterdam where he meets David, a music lecturer also from Wales. Two kindred spirits in a foreign land. Originally aired as episode 2, series 3, of the television program "Wales Playhouse".
Étienne is dumped by his girlfriend who criticizes him for not behaving like a real guy. He is then caught up in three episodes by his past, represented by his ex-partners, Lucas and Caroline, as well as his mother and sister, who appear one after the other in his apartment. Étienne falls back into his old patterns, his relatives only wanting an image of the virile man they have made of him and whom he is trying to embody. He becomes aware of it the moment a young man appears and thus has the chance to drop his mask, to assume who he is, in an unexpected way but unique to himself.
Getting away, that's the only thing that's real. For Manue, here there's nothing to hope for, whereas in America everything is possible. On the next pier, a container ship is heading for Massachusetts and they're looking for sailors. Gaffia agrees to hold Manue's hand for the long voyage.
Two college students, Gabriel and Adrien, are inseparable. On the surface, they are great friends but, in secret, Gabriel has feelings for him. As the two young teenagers face homophobic comrades on the way home, they find themselves helpless and without the possibility of defending themselves. Will this incident lead to the irreparable?
Interview-based documentary about the conditions for gays and lesbians in Danish society.
With a focus on the everyday life of a gay couple, and featuring interviews with a number of gay people, the film gives an account of the difficulties faced by this minority.
Living in Amsterdam, 18-year old Jason’s father recently had brain surgery. Jason heads back to London to find his brother that he’s lost contact when his mom died years ago.
The Bruce McArthur serial killer case shocked Canada’s largest city, and the whole country, when he was convicted of eight grisly murders. How did McArthur avoid arrest for nearly a decade? This film explores the untold story of Toronto’s Gay Village, and the victims of these horrific crimes.
They are police officers, they are homosexuals. How to assume one's sexual orientation within an institution little known for its tolerance? Through a series of portraits of men and women, the film collects answers and follows in the footsteps of FLAG !, the association that a few have founded to fight internal discrimination. More visible than elsewhere, the difficulties these police officers face speak of a society that is changing or that must change.
"Mom, Dad, I'm gay ..." For children the difficulty is to say it, for the parents it is to hear it ... Director Pascal Petit collected the testimonies of five parents. All testify and tell how they welcomed the coming out of their child, no one received it as good news. Some reacted more sharply than others and at times in pain, but all moved on and their gaze changed. This documentary tells of the conversion of the way parents look at their children's homosexuality.
Inspired by "Homosexuality or the difficulty of expressing oneself" by Copi
During a football training, two friends celebrate a goal effusively, which causes an unexpected reaction in one of them.
There are many ways to overcome the losses and drop-outs of childhood. Three boys reinvent the concept of family to face the traumas of their lives.
Meet Duewand Collier Jr.-Male, 68 years old, American Citizen, a child conceived in the backdrop of the Philippines-American Mutual Defense Treaty, born and raised with Catholic guilt. He has made peace with his past and now tells his story-a story of love.