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Love is Love is Love

Love comes in all forms — it's flowers on Valentine's Day, a hug after a hard day, the co-worker who just gets you, companionship for 40 years and even a blind date. Dig into this playlist as varied as a box of chocolates.

FLiCKERFEST, St Kilda Film Festival, +2 MORE

2017 Short Romance, Comedy

Suddenly homeless, a stuttering loner secretly moves into a local storage facility where he starts working as a cleaner. Soon he meets a socially awkward co-worker who shows him that home is where love dwells.

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Outfest Los Angeles, Newfest New York LGBT Film Festival, +4 MORE

2016 Short Drama, LGBTQ

A successful trans woman is set up on a blind date by her best friend, but she's immediately turned off when she finds out he shares a name with her ex: Ryan.

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"Ryans is a charming 14-minute criticism of the casual discrimination that takes place while dating, spanning from preconceived judgments against transgender women to grudges against guys with the same name as your ex."

Broadly. by Vice

Cinekink Film Festival

2016 Series Comedy, Romance, LGBTQ

Sometimes love is life-long; sometimes it's just for tonight. This adult sex ed series that shows that consent isn't only mandatory, it can be very sexy. SEASON TWO COMING ON FEBRUARY 14TH!

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"Consider this the sex ed you wish you had in high school."

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Frameline 40, Los Angeles Film Festival, +76 MORE

2015 Short Documentary, Drama, LGBTQ

This short documentary follows Greg and Michael's struggle with a disease that is actively eradicating the memory of their 40-year relationship, and the love that has held them together through it all. Grab the tissues. Trust us.

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"It gives us a dynamic portrait of Alzheimer’s that couldn’t have been verbalized in an interview, and though I wish we could could have seen Greg and Michael in their prime, I’m glad I was able to meet them in this way. It proves that some relationships are damn-near indestructible."

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2012 Feature Comedy, Romance

Reuniting years after high school, Herman and Shelly navigate the space between friends and lovers against the always changing backdrop of the art world in this quirky, offbeat rom-com.

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Frameline, Outfest, +3 MORE

2015 Series LGBTQ, Comedy

Masculine-of-center roommates Alex and Gin are surrounded by a diverse group of friends who support and challenge them while they struggle with staying true to themselves in a queer world full of options.

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"I know what you’re thinking: You don’t need another web-series in your life...I hear you. I do. And yet, I’d like to introduce you to Dyke Central, your new web obsession."

After Ellen

deadCENTER Film Festival, Santa Monica Film Festival

2014 Feature Romance, Drama

What happens when you find the right person at the wrong time? (We hope you can't relate to this, but if you can...come on, let's hug it out.)

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"A small, gentle riff on the eternal tug of war between small towns and big dreams."

The New York Times

Seattle International Film Festival, Austin Film Festival, +1 MORE

2016 Short Drama, LGBTQ

Remember that first love you just can't shake? Harry, a young Chinese man, travels to America in attempt to reunite with his first lover, Sam, in hopes to relive the love and intimacy they once shared.

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UrbanWorld Film Festival, Provincetown International Film Festival, +4 MORE

2013 Feature Drama, Romance

After quitting her job, Leigh volunteers at a soup kitchen and begins an affair with a young homeless man.

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"Ebon Moss-Bachrach’s performance as Ethan highlight’s the private pain of mental illness without any of the stigmatizing horror twists made standard by other movies, and Aunjanue Ellis’ turn as Leigh is so natural and compelling that she often speaks volumes in scenes that are absent of dialogue."

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Austin Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival Creator Lab, +2 MORE

2016 Series Comedy, Romance

A 37-year-old screenwriter is very career-driven until she finds out she has one egg left. Suddenly, she has to find a guy, freeze her egg or live a different life than she imagined for herself.

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"37 Problems is a series about fertility, ambivalence around motherhood, career, and what it’s like to be a single woman in a world where biology still has its clock on you when you desperately wish it didn’t. It’s also a series about what it takes to be happy. Viewers watch as Amanda looks for happiness in work, friends, love, relationships, and the idea of a baby. She’s searching for completion and the series challenges her to find it."

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Frameline, l Can [be] Gay: 3º Festival Internacional de Cine LGBTIQ de Canarias, Spain, +22 MORE

2015 Feature Documentary, LGBTQ, Family

In an intimate and deeply personal documentary, immigrant Latinx fathers across the U.S. recount the impact of their children’s coming out. A deep-felt lesson on solidarity, humility, and the power of love.

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"Steering clear of a tokenistic exploration, the documentary greets us at an intersection of race, gender identity, sexuality, class, and diasporic experience."

4:3 Film

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