In Their Room (2009-present) is an on-going multi-city documentary series about gay men, bedrooms and intimacy. The series veers into the bedrooms of men where you see them doing everything... See full summary »
Nathan's one-night stand ends abruptly when his date finds an alarming growth on his body. As it rapidly gets larger, Nathan gets sicker. He looks to alcohol, the Internet, and a needle for... See full summary »
James Arthur M.,
A dispossessed, violent man's life is a disastrous attempt to exist outside the social order. Successively deprived of parents and homes and with few other ties, Ballard descends to the level of a cave dweller as he falls deeper into crime and degradation.
Tim Blake Nelson
Video installation piece which features a collaboration of many artists that is inspired by Nicholas Ray's classic Rebel Without A Cause. Korine whose work has often responded to street ... See full summary »
In the midst of the PA 2009-2011 teen suicide epidemic, this documentary follows the Palo Alto Teen Arts Council as they put on a play about the dark events in their community and coping with tough adolescent issues through the arts.
LA WOMAN RISING is an experimental documentary that follows 50 real women waking up in the morning-inside the belly of Los Angeles. These woman are not only waking up and getting ready for ... See full summary »
Suzo Vanja Isabella
A Sci-fi writer named James recalls his memory of his first love as he writes his novel. One day, he meets a beautiful lady named Mei who happens to stumble at the park as James writes his ... See full summary »
I caught this at a film festival with some other gay shorts. This is basically a sick cruel little film about a young boy being attacked for being gay. Supposedly its based on a poem.
The only reason this is getting ANY recognition is because James Franco directed it. If it had been an unknown man directing this it would have sunk without a trace. It adds nothing new to the subject matter and actually ends up being pretty disturbing--the final shot horrified me. Also it was kind of ambiguous in the end. Seriously--what was the point of making this? If this is an example of Franco's directing "talent" he should stick to acting.
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