"Director Yair Hochner gives us a wacky comedy that ignores politics altogether while focusing on its characters domestic and romantic problems. And no one has more problems than gay siblings Shirley and Omer. Omer is almost thirty and still hasn't found himself — or the man of his dreams. A series of disastrous blind dates hasn't helped. Shirley is a little younger and has already nabbed her dream woman, Michal, owner of the hippest café in town (and Shirley's boss). But the thought of settling down scares Shirley, who wonders if she's ready to give up her long-held plan of traveling to Antarctica."
"Todd Verow (Vacationland, Between Something and Nothing) returns with what could be his best feature to date. Edgy, fragmented and filled with hot men who are not afraid to show their skin, Deleted Scenes it is a tale of love, passion and dysfunction. When 30 something Sean meets Eastern European immigrant Wolf, sparks fly. They return to Sean s apartment begin a high energy and hugely sexual affair. What starts as a mere chance meeting slowly evolves in to something more. Wolf is easy going, turning tricks to supplement his living, while Sean is needy, talkative and neurotic. Creating a stabel relationship is fraught with problems. With Wolf disappearing for hours at a time and Sean doing drugs the two of them seem to be headed down a path of destruction. Told as a tale made up of Deleted Scenes Todd Verow once again pushes the envelope of creativity and sensuality."
"Despite the presence of soft-focus EM Forster stalwarts Rupert Graves and James Wilby be warned – touchy-feely this is not. Rather it’s a gritty look at what’s changed – and hasn’t – for gay people post marriage and post equal rights.
Gay visibility globally has come on in leaps and bounds, and the consequences of this higher profile are the bedrock of Adrian Shergold’s drama set in and around Clapham Junction rail station and on sprawling Clapham Common. The Altman-esque approach brings together different stories, some of which do and don’t intersect, to reveal a cross section of contemporary gay life; cruisers meet at a straight dinner party, a violin player at school faces bullies, a newly married couple grapple with fidelity and a closeted van driver unravels. The realities – and they are very real – demonstrate that as much as things have changed, they’ve stayed the same. Shergold’s film is hard-hitting and at times difficult to watch, but intriguing for its insight and accuracy."
~Courtesy of Darlow Smithson Productions
"Winner of multiple audience awards internationally, including the 2010 Sundance World Cinema Audience Award, UNDERTOW (Contracorriente) from Peru is the outstanding debut feature film of Javier Fuentes-León.
Capturing the hidden beauty of the sweeping Peruvian coastline, this haunting, bittersweet tale of a unique love-triangle examines the quest to define sexual identity, when confronted by dogma and tradition.
In a small fishing village on the Northern coast of Peru, where religious traditions run deep, Miguel (Cristian Mercado, "Che"), a well respected local fisherman and his beautiful bride, Mariela (Tatiana Astengo), are about to welcome their firstborn. But Miguel harbours a secret; he is also in love with Santiago (Manolo Cardona, "Beverly Hills Chihuahua"), a visiting artist who has been ostracized by the local community because of his homosexuality.
Forced to deal with the consequences of his acts, Miguel must come to terms with who he really is, even if by doing so he risks losing everything, including the people he loves the most." ~axiomfilms
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