Daddy’s Boy

    Filmmaker Daniel Armando‘s sensual essay about four young men’s shedding their inhibitions and some of their clothing discovering their unfolding sexuality in a series of rather intense vignettes set in different scenarios around New York . None have a story of such, and are not inter-related, and they are each shot provocatively with hints of nudity very stylized in … Continue reading

    A Few Days of Respite aka Quelques Jours De Repit

    This movie opens with two Iranian gay men who are fleeing their country (to avoid being executed as is the norm for homosexuals in Iran) and they have been dropped off at a railway line in the French countryside from where they can walk to the Station and catch a train, which will eventually get … Continue reading


    Somethings should simply not be re-visited years later after they were created/performed and bad sex is definitely on that list.  Of course when I thought about re-watching Todd Verow’s grimy little movie that he made in 2004 I had obviously mis-remembered and far from it being an erotic take on the anonymous antics of a … Continue reading

    Before Stonewall : a look back at early LGBTQ roots

      The Emmy Award Winning Documentary ‘Before Stonewall; made in 1984 has been restored and is about to enjoy a theatrical run in June as part of the celebrations to mark the Anniversary of the Stonewall riots considered the pivotal turning point for the LGBTQ community. Directed by Greta Schiller and Robert Rosenberg,  this look … Continue reading

    Coming Out

    Erik is an openly gay radio personality with one of the top-rated talk-shows in the country, and as one of the most celebrated and successful members of the community he is just about to be elected the next President of Hungary’s leading gay rights organization.  He is also about to marry Balázs his partner of 5 years. … Continue reading

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