If heterosexual lovers of juvenile sex comedies require regular helpings of "American Pie," equal-opportunity exploitation entitles gay male auds to a steady diet of "Eating Out."
"Happy" ponders contemporary happiness via visits with folks around the globe who've chased down that bluebird.
True-crime saga can't help but intrigue, though the execution falls short of its full potential.
The third time's the charm for writer-director David Lewis, whose first two gay-themed features were earnest but undercooked dramas.
"Unhappy Birthday" should attract niche VOD sales, though less adventurous genre fans might bridle at the pic's slow pace and gay content.
Australian-produced "East Bloc Love" surveys the struggle toward gay rights in several former Soviet bloc nations.
Prolific gay writer, director, producer and sometime actor Casper Andreas shows signs of maturing talent with "Going Down in La La Land."
The fourth novel by popular Welsh author Sarah Waters to be adapted for U.K. broadcast, "The Night Watch" maintains its predecessors' high standard by successfully translating an even trickier…
"Bumblefuck, USA" mixes narrative and documentary elements as a young Dutch woman arrives in a heartland burg to document the lives of gay and lesbian citizens there.
A well-crafted if overly schematic drama, "The Green" probes homophobia and the usual guilty-until-proven-innocent reaction to child-abuse charges.
A Maori man's long-repressed sexual desires threaten to tear apart his immediate family ties in "Kawa."