Bullied to Death a Film by Giovanni Coda

Bullied to Death a Film by Giovanni Coda Bullied to Death depicts a 24 hour performance against homophobia through the real stories of teenagers worldwide that experience severe bullying episodes at school, from their own families and on the web, as a result of their coming out about their sexuality. The movie is centered on […]

Queens at Heart

Queens at Heart Produced in 1967, this amazing 22-minute 35mm short introduces us to Misty, Vicky, Sonja and Simone—four pre-op transsexuals who are subjected to a six-month psychological project and then grilled about their personal lives by a weird guy in a wood-paneled office who claims to have interviewed “thousands of homosexuals” (and who obviously doesn’t get the difference between sexual orientation and gender identity)

It Never Was You (NSFW)

It Never Was You: a song of Judy Garland is heard singing the title track of this short black and white movie about gay cruising (NSFW)
Movie by Patrick Siemer & Lawrence Steger USA, 1993, video, 6 mm It first premiered at the London Gay & Lesbian Film Festival in 1995.

Gesù è morto per i peccati degli altri

Gesù è morto per i peccati degli altri a film by Maria Arena about the transvestite prostitutes that lives in a degraded neighborhood in Catania Nazionalità: Italia Formato: HD – Colore Durata: 91′ Autori: Maria Arena e Josella Porto Regia: Maria Arena Fotografia: Fabrizio La Palombara Montaggio: Antonio Lizzio Musiche originali: Stefano Ghittoni Produzione: Maria […]

Buscabulla – Métele

Puerto Rican pop duo Buscabulla released their video for  “Métele.” The song’ serve as the soundtrack to three drag queens preparing for a show in Puerto Rico. Directed by Dan Sickles and Dr. Antonio Santini, directors of a documentary on the Puerto Rican transgender and drag community titled Mala Mala. Check out the trailer below In a […]

The Hidden Men

4 men. 4 ropes to the sky. A legendary piece – not just – about the “men’s world”. Beyond being a beautiful work about the masculine body (why is it almost never shown the way female body is?) and the use of space and falls as tools of a choreographic expression, the piece is an […]

Buried Treasure (Porn cartoon) – I’mAnita

New soundtracks for silent movies Eveready Harton in Buried Treasure by I’mAnita avant-garde jazz Eveready Harton in Buried Treasure, also known as Eveready Harton, Eveready, Buried Treasure, or Pecker Island is a pornographic animated cartoon made in the United States circa 1928 (1929, according to the Internet Movie Database), depicting the unlikely adventures of the perpetually aroused […]

Otto; or, Up with dead People

Otto; or, Up with dead People by Bruce LaBruce “..is a melancholy zombie movie with political overtones that seeks to extend and elaborate the emerging zombie mythology. A modern fable about the loneliness, emptiness, and alienation that results from rampant consumerism and materialism under advanced capitalism, “Otto; or, Up with Dead People┝ presents as its […]

Défense de fumer

Défense de fumer by Bruce LaBruce DÉFENSE DE FUMER est une Carte Blanche réalisée par Bruce LaBruce dans le cadre du 43e Festival du nouveau cinéma de Montréal en 2014. Hunky-Hairy Men Smoking Cigars in NO SMOKING a Carte Blanche conducted by Bruce LaBruce as part of the 43rd International Festival of New Cinema in […]

Arca – Thievery

‘Thievery’ is taken from the forthcoming Arca album ‘Xen’ available November 3rd (4th in US) on Mute and is an artistic project in collaboration with Jesse Kanda.  Japanese-born, Canadian-raised Jesse Kanda and venezuelan producer Arca, aka Alejandro Ghersi met online together on an artistic community when Kanda was 15 and Arca was 13. They know each other in […]


Jumper’ is a short film written and directed by Justin Anderson, It tells the story of a bourgeois European family whose lives are invaded by an enigmatic visitor. Set within a 20th century modern villa in Spain, his presence creates an unnerving effect. The film was produced to coincide with the the 10 year anniversary […]

Più Buio di mezzanotte

Davide is different from the other teenagers. Something makes him look like a girl. Davide is fourteen when he runs away from home. His intuition leads him to choose Villa Bellini, a park in Catania, as a refuge. The park is a world in itself, a world of the marginalized, to which the rest of […]

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