In August 2008, filmmaker Brian Fender posted an add on Craigslist to solicit volunteers for a documentary project. He invited "subjects" into his living room to strip down and reveal ... See full summary »
Situated within the confines of an upper-class international swimming institution in the UK's countryside. The seclusion of such a location facilitates the character's blossoming and ... See full summary »
Father Jack is imprisoned for a crime that he has committed. The inmates suspect him of paedophilia and begin to persuade his teenage cellmate of this. His true crime is confessed to a prison guard with whom Jack has fallen in love.
The adolescent Milan discovers his own suspected homosexuality at the age of 17 and the consequences for him and his family but also the liberation as he understands why he has been so down and rebellious.
Johann von Bülow
The story of Diego, a young and successful photographer that lives in the glamorous world of fashion, shallowness and excess. A tragic accident turns his world around; his partner is now in... See full summary »
The story concerns a hapless civil servant who gets more than he bargained for when he moves into an apartment with a gay fashion student and finds himself on the catwalk. The film sets out... See full summary »
Buffering, a British comedy with a gay twist as a pair of gay males both become unemployed and are facing mounting bills. As they're both a pair of attractive lads Alex Anthony and Conner McKenzy decide that a lot of people would pay to see these two going at it carnally. It gives a new twist to the term 'gay for pay'.
They've even got a friend Jessica Matthews who is going through her own sexual self awakening, thinking she's possibly transgender. But she also has some marketing ideas and even suggests that they make it a three way. In fact both Anthony and McKenzy have been checking out their hunky next door neighbor Oliver Park and as he says he might not be gay, but he certainly is 'progressive'.
Buffering even for its admittedly low budget since about 3/4 of the action takes place in one apartment has some amusing moments. The players in the ensemble cast are bright and attractive. I'd recommend this to a gay and 'progressive' audience.
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