Film distribution

Alive!  Alive!  R
HIV / Gay
Vincent Boujon
France / 2014 / Color / 81mins

In this compelling documentary, five HIV-positive gay men spend a week preparing for their first solo parachute jump. The camaraderie inspired by the rigorous training and team-building exercises encourages the men to share their feelings about being seropositive: their reactions to finding out, their thoughts about ongoing treatments, and the ways they negotiate relationships with men who are not positive. "Alive!" reminds us all of the value of life and of living it to the fullest.

Beautiful Something  Beautiful Something  R
Joseph Graham
US / 2015 / Color / 92mins

One night under a full moon in Philadelphia, the lives of four men intersect through euphoric sex and desperate emptiness. Brian is an award-winning poet whose ink appears to have dried up. A beautiful aspiring actor, Jim finds drama in every crevice of his life; Bob is a talent agent trying to connect the past with the present; and Drew is a renowned artist who seems to be in love more with a sculpture than his lover and muse.

Boulevard  Boulevard  PG
帝托·蒙迪爾 Dito Montiel
US / 2014 / Color / 88mins

Nolan Mack is married. He has a respectable job, lives in a nice house, comes home to the most understanding wife. A wife who doesn’t share his bed. This is Nolan Mack – gay and afraid to tell a single soul. His world starts to unravel when he meets Leo, a young prostitute looking for a way out. “Boulevard” was Robin Williams’ final dramatic feature film before his passing in 2014. And even though Williams isn’t a stranger to gay-themed films, “Boulevard” isn’t the flamboyant sassiness of “Birdcage” or the outrageous cross-dressing of “Mrs. Doubtfire.” It is real life.

Daddy  Daddy  R
Gerald McCullouch
US / 2015 / Color / 89mins

With a confident swagger and foxy gray hair, Colin believes he is the ultimate daddy – the mature man with money, intellect, and sex appeal. By his side (literally, as his next door neighbor) is his best friend Stew with whom he shares everything except for his fascination for younger men. When college intern “T” shows up with a charming smile one day, Colin is immediately hooked. Despite initial resistance from T, they soon fall under each other’s spell. Stew suspects T's real intentions...

Drown  Drown  R
Dean Francis
Australia / 2015 / Color / 93mins

如同宰制在人類靈魂中的恐懼、恐同、競爭、忌妒以及殘暴等悲劇式寓言。改編自廣受好評的舞台劇本,描繪在知名雪梨海灘背景下,所上演...

Finding Phong  Finding Phong  P
Swann Dubus
Vietnam / 2015 / Color / 92mins

From the time he was a young boy, Phong has felt like a girl trapped in a boy’s body. He grew up in a town in rural Vietnam, and it was only when he moved to Hanoi to attend university that he discovered he was not alone with this predicament. The decision to “find himself” by physically changing his gender is a struggle that involves his family, friends, and doctors – all of whom must come to terms with the boy’s determination to become a complete girl.

Four Moons  Four Moons  R
Sergio Tovar Velarde
Mexico / 2014 / Color / 105mins

“Four Moons” sensitively depicts the phases of life through four stories, taking us on four journeys, from childhood to old age. A fragile boy develops a crush on his homophobic cousin. A college student falls in love with his former childhood friend, and their first attempt at male-on-male sex is pure comical awkwardness. Two longtime lovers enjoy their seemingly perfect gay life with financial security and enviable dinner parties, only if one of them can quit his sexual addiction for good. Finally, the story turns to a retired college professor who contemplates the elusive lifetime desire of a relationship with a hunky hustler he meets at a sauna.

G.B.F.  G.B.F.  P
Darren Stein
美國 USA / 2013 / Color / 92mins

When closet-case Tanner is outed, he becomes a hot commodity for three teen queens who believe that a G.B.F. – “gay best friend” – is this season’s must-have accessory. Fashionista Fawcett, drama queen Caprice and Mormon ’Shley stop at nothing to score Tanner as their pet, even if it means driving a wedge between him and his real G.B.F. Brent.

Boy Meets Girl  Boy Meets Girl  PG
Eric Schaffer
美國 USA / 2013 / Color / 95mins

This is a coming of age comedy about three twenty year-olds living in Kentucky: Robby and his best friend since childhood, Ricky, a gorgeous transgender girl, have never dated. Lamenting the lack of eligible bachelors, Ricky considers dating a girl. In walks Francesca, a beautiful young debutante waiting for her Marine fiance to return from the war. Ricky and Francesca strike up a friendship, and maybe a little more, which forces Robby to face his true feelings for Ricky.

How to Win at Checkers (Every Time)  How to Win at Checkers (Every Time)  PG
Josh Kim
Thailand / Indonesia / USA / 2015 / Color / 80mins

After the loss of both parents, 11-year-old Oat faces an uncertain future when his older brother must submit to Thailand's annual military draft lottery. Unable to convince his brother to do whatever he can to change his fate, Oat takes matters into his own hands, resulting in unexpected consequences. Based on stories from the bestselling book "Sightseeing" by Rattawut Lapcharoensap, the film is set in the economic fringes of Bangkok and examines the joys and challenges of growing up in contemporary Thailand. "How to Win at Checkers" is director Josh Kim's debut feature film.

Eat With Me  Eat With Me  P
David Au
美國 USA / 2014 / Color / 95mins

Tired of being invisible in a bland marriage, Emma moves in with her son Elliot, a gay chef at a lackluster Chinese restaurant facing foreclosure. Emma’s distaste and denial over this has made strangers of mother and son. But the two need each other now more than ever, and as Emma indulges herself with the encouragement of a saucy new friend, and Elliot confronts his fears of intimacy, the pair find ways to communicate with food where words fail.

Kumu Hina  Kumu Hina  P
Dean Hamer/Joe Wilson
US, Fiji / 2015 / Color / 77mins

In Hawaiian there is a word called Mahu, which means the middle. It is the middle between a man a woman. Not neither man nor woman, but both man and woman. That is Kumu Hina, or Teacher Hina. During a momentous year in her life in Honolulu, Hina Wong-Kalu, a native Hawaiian Mahu, uses traditional culture to inspire a student to claim her place as leader of the school’s all-male hula troupe. But despite her success as a teacher, Hina longs for love and a committed relationship. Will her marriage to a headstrong (and jealous) Tongan man fulfill her dreams? Kumu Hina reveals a side of Hawaii rarely seen.

Appropriate Behavior  Appropriate Behavior  PG
Desiree Akhavan
美國 USA / 2014 / Color / 86mins

Shirin is struggling to become an ideal Persian daughter, politically correct bisexual and hip young Brooklynite. But she’s not quite anything enough. After being dumped by her girlfriend Maxine, Shirin faces an unimaginable task: trading the idyllic lesbian haven of Park Slope for a shared artist’s loft in Bushwick. Unable to let go of the memories of their excruciating highs and lows, the endearingly superficial narcissist finds herself plotting to win back her ex.

Misfits  Misfits  P
Jannik Splidsboel
Denmark / Sweden / US / 2015 / Color / 74mins

Tulsa, Oklahoma is a city in the midst of the US’s Bible Belt with almost 400,000 inhabitants, over 4,000 churches and just one gay and lesbian youth centre. This is the meeting place for Larissa, Ben, D and other youths who, because of their decision to live gay, lesbian and transgender lives, are either not accepted or, on the contrary, have received strong support and unconditional love from their families. They try to find their gender identities, love and be loved in an environment pervaded by religious fundamentalism.

Summer  Summer  PG
Colette Bothof
Netherlands / 2014 / Color / 86mins

The summer is sultry in a village where everyday life is dominated by the humming power plant. Sixteen-year-old Anne and her friends pass time, day after day, by biking through roads that lead nowhere. Until a stranger enters town.

The Year We Thought About Love  The Year We Thought About Love  P
Ellen Brodsky
US / 2015 / Color / 68mins

Boston-based True Colors: OUT Youth Theater transforms daily struggles into performance for social change. With wit, candor, and attitude, the cast of characters captivates audiences surprised to hear such stories in school settings. The troupe includes a transgender teenager