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Set in late-90s Colombia, the curious and introverted Amalia unknowingly begins the universal experience toward self-awareness. Bored with her girlfriends and dying to know exactly what boys talk about, when girls aren’t around, she’s determined to have Carlos help her.
Jason, a shy teen, reluctantly writes a heartfelt candy gram message to his high school crush, Armando. Jason's anxieties get the best of him and he goes to throw the note away, only to have his confession accidentally sent directly to Armando. Jason must rush to retrieve his embarrassing message...
Hello Goodbye is a meditation on the extremes of a young romance. The film places us on both sides, both chronological and personal, of a heartbreak, underscoring the brevity and magic of young love as it happens. The beginning is just the end.
This short adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, seeks to look at Shakespeare again by putting the construction of gender in tension. Mia questions "being a woman" as a category, while Petia simply wants to love Mia.
A lonely Brooklyn photographer (Randy Harrison, "Queer as Folk”) gets the courage to come out from behind his camera to capture his crush, but it turns out there is more to the picture than meets the eye.
Sol has just been diagnosed with ALS. Today, at the hospital with his partner, Sol will record his "voice bank" — a collection of phrases he'll be able to say in his own voice when his voice is gone. But Sol still has so much left to say.
In a time of great expectation and pressure stemming from the traditions of his upbringing, Aris-a gay Muslim teenager living in rural Indonesia-finds himself increasingly drawn to his well-traveled English teacher despite his upcoming marital preparations to a woman he harbors no romantic feelin...