All Our Fears is a profoundly emotional new Polish drama based on real events.
Daniel (Dawid Ogrodnik) is a gay artist and activist from the countryside who was brought up within the strictures of the Catholic Church. His relationship with his boyfriend Olek (Oskar Rybaczek) is evolving in secret when the suicide of a queer girl from his village pushes him to start fighting for tolerance. Daniel tries to unite his highly religious community while people turn their backs on him – and even blame him for the recent tragedy. This powerful film follows a man who belongs to two different worlds, and tries to build a bridge between them.
Suze (Andrea Riseborough) and Arthur (Harry Melling) live an outwardly traditional lifestyle as the Lower East Side’s most bohemian Eisenhower-era couple. The pair’s cage is rattled when they encounter a gang of sadistic, leather-clad greasers known as The Young Gents.
Suze and Arthur’s initial thrust of fear evolves into a confusing blend of thrill and lust. This sudden exposure to flamboyant masculinity unlocks the realization that Suze is an aspiring leather daddy who mistook herself for a housewife. Meanwhile, the perpetually sensitive Arthur’s obsessive gender trouble goes sideways when Young Gent Teddy (Karl Glusman) sparks a queer desire.
Please Baby Please presents a full spectrum of underground fetishism and seductive musical asides featuring alluring cameos by Demi Moore and Cole Escola. Visionary filmmaker Amanda Kramer pegs the hetero hellscape of the 1950s in a witty, syncopated riff that plays like a high camp emission from your wildest dreams – bathed in silk, sweat and exquisite lighting.
The kinky new romantic drama A Dice with Five Sides concerns two strangers who meet up in an apartment for a hookup, but find a much deeper attraction to one another.
Too afraid to follow their hearts, Marcello and Herman (Alexander Ananasso and Jake Garvey) decide to play a game – using ancient dice made of stone. They establish six actions to perform – one for each side of the dice. They can tell an uncomfortable or intimate truth about themselves, do something the other likes, invite a third person, do something blindfolded, leave the apartment or simply have sex.
Years go by while the gameplay continues. The conflict between their desire to be together and the fear of yet another failed relationship only intensifies. Will they be able to find the strength to make choices and break the vicious cycle they have entered or will the game continue until fate decides for them?
Karim (Fahd Larhzaoui), a successful Moroccan-Dutch businessman, is so caught up in his panic about coming out to his traditional Muslim parents that he barricades himself in their closet… literally.
As he feverishly revisits his childhood memories, negotiates a budding romance with a new Ghanaian boyfriend and wages a long-delayed battle royale to uproot his family’s conservative attitudes, he must also face his the societal and personal biases that have brought him to the brink.
Fluctuating from humorous to more serious, El Houb (The Love) is a dark comedy loosely based on the experiences and theater work of Fahd Larhzaoui, who not only stars in the film, but made contributions to the screenplay.
Watch the trailer for El Houb (The Love) below and click here to pre-order your copy. The film is coming to DVD April 4th.
High school senior Tom wants to be wanted. While waiting to begin his compulsory military service, he earns money delivery pizza and modeling. When he meets an older photographer, the pair begin a complicated relationship.
Meanwhile, Tom is still harboring feelings for his straight best friend and dealing with his father, who insists that he find a new place to live. Pulled in different directions, it’s not clear who will end up loving Tom the most and earning his affection in return.
The feature-length debut of Israeli filmmaker Eyal Kantor, Like Me is a captivating new coming-of-age drama with fresh, sexy young actors, gorgeous visuals and a strong, pulsating soundtrack.
Watch the trailer for Like Me below and click here to pre-order your copy. The film is coming to DVD and VOD April 11th.
Minute for minute, you’re not likely to find a sexier movie more packed with ridiculously handsome men than this must-see new British rugby drama! From writer Adam Silver and co-writer/director Matt Carter, In From the Side is a surprisingly moving sports-team story slathered in sweat, streaked with mud and dripping with sexuality!
The film is centred around Mark (Alexander Lincoln), a relatively new and inexperienced member of a South London gay rugby club who is in a dysfunctional relationship with his wealthy and distant partner Richard (Alex Hammond). He soon falls into an adulterous romantic affair with Warren (Alexander King), a more seasoned played. Warren is also a taken man. He’s in a long-standing but strained relationship with his partner and fellow teammate John (Peter McPherson). Mark and Warren can’t help but explore their deepening connection… even as they struggle to keep it concealed from both their partners and teammates.
A major hit at film festivals all around the world, In From the Side features magnetic performances, telling a story about team spirit, loyalty, camaraderie and forbidden romance. We also can’t stress enough that its sexy as hell!
From acclaimed Australian filmmaker Craig Boreham (Teenage Kicks) comes the riveting and ridiculously sexy Lonesome, a modern gay romance about a young cowboy who falls in love with the big city… and the man he meets there.
Casey (Josh Lavery) is a country lad on the run from a small-town scandal. While trying to rebuild his life Sydney, he meets Tib (Daniel Gabriel), a street-smart city boy struggling with his own scars of isolation. Together, both men soon discover the emotional and sexual connection that they have been missing.
With gorgeous visuals, natural dialoge and a tasteful approach to sex-positivity, Lonesome is one of the hottest and most romantic films of the year so far. The film was a massive hit at festivals – including Frameline, Seattle, Provincetown, NewFest and over 45 others worldwide.
Watch the trailer for Lonesome below and click here to pre-order your copy. The film is coming to DVD March 7th.
Featuring a stellar young cast – packed with a ton of incredibly attractive guys – writer-director Jordi Nunez‘s What We Know is a deeply moving coming-of-age story, following a charming young woman whose destiny will entail some sacrifices.
Up-and-coming young actor Nakarey gives a revelatory performance as Carla, a recent Venezuelan immigrant who came to Valencia in search of a better life. She is in love with the uber-popular, hunky, Victor (played by heartthrob Javier Amann, Nakarey‘s real-life husband).
An afternoon at the beach with Victor and his friends, including a very charismatic gay friend who takes Carla under his wing, results in an increasingly intense and profound attraction between Carla and Victor. Enter Marina (Tania Fortea), an attractive and enigmatic young woman whose obsession is not to fall into mediocrity – and whose passion for Victor has no bounds.
Friendship, love, and desire meet in a journey through time, marked by the first steps towards maturity and disenchantment, which appears when life really begins.
Watch the trailer for What We Know below and click here to pre-order your copy. The film is coming to DVD and VOD February 28th.
Reeling from a bitter breakup, he is also facing the impending departure of his daughter Laila (Miranda de la Serna), with whom he shares a close yet emotionally-charged relationship.
As the fear of being alone threatens to swallow him whole, his behavior becomes increasingly erratic. Over the course of a chaotic summer divided between Argentina and Brazil, Santiago must learn to let go of Laila so each can find their own freedoms.
Drawing complex, empathetic characters and employing unaffected dialogue, this deeply moving new drama tells an intimate story about the intense longing to love and to be loved.
Check out the new poster for Wandering Heart below and click here to pre-order your copy. The film is coming to DVD and VOD February 21st.