The Male Shorts queer film series is back with a brand new volume of international gems

Get ready for the sixth installment of an incredible gay short film series! Male Shorts: International V6 features a brand-new collection of sensual and provocative male-centric LGBTQ+ shorts. Included are…

Two Amongst Many (Director: Julián Hernández)
A pandemic has Esteban isolated, separated from Alan. His days go by staring at the buildings around him from the rooftop where he lives, learning how to play the guitar, and maintaining his relationship with Alan through video calls, but isolation has no end in sight, and reality eventually catches up with them.

If We Keep Talking in Summer Days (Director: Liu Haotian)
In a small city in the north, the time of midsummer is very short. Two boys get to know each other by chance and agree to meet by a lake. But one of them doesn’t keep the agreement and it begins to rain heavily.

My Pana (Director: Santiago Giralt)
A young man adapting to a new society has only a few tools to survive: his youth, his body and, ultimately, his own resilience. Through his point of view, we understand the hardships of million of Venezuelans abroad and the consequences of corruption, exile and the fractured soul of a person who was pushed to leave his true life to adapt to a hostile new place.

The Anniversary (Director: Marius Gabriel Stancu)
Rosa is celebrating the anniversary of her engagement with Roberto. While she waits for him for dinner, she spends the afternoon in the pool with her younger brother Angelo. They begin to comment on a news story from few days earlier: the body of a boy found in a field near the city. Roberto arrives before they expected and the glances between the three become enigmatic and restless.

Watch the trailer for Male Shorts: International V6 below and click here to pre-order your copy. The collection will be available on DVD and VOD starting December 12th at TLAgay.


Jess & James is a scorching hot summer road movie – available now on-demand at TLAgay

“I’m 23 years old. My name is Gerónimo, but people call me Jesse. I hate my family. I hate my brother. I don’t know what to do with my life. Is this a trip or a dream?”


Jess (Martín Karich) is a bohemian youth with secrets to hide from his shrewd parents. James (Nicolás Romeo) feels trapped living with his irritable mother. After meeting for a sexual encounter, the two young men set off on a spontaneous road trip across rural Argentina to reunite with Jess’ estranged brother. On their journey, they confront strange occurrences and engage in a ménage à trois affair with another companion (Federico Fontán) that brings them even closer together. Their newly found affection grows, all while discovering a fresh vision of freedom and happiness.


Stylishly created by prolific writer-director-producer-actor Santiago Giralt, Jess & James is a sexually charged road-trip movie, a love story, and a coming-of-age tale set against the gorgeous, mythical landscape of the Argentinian Pampas.


Watch the trailer for Jess & James below and click here to watch the film. It’s available now, on-demand, at TLAgay!