Michael D. Akers, the filmmaker behind "Morgan," speaks to SDGLN about how his romantic movie featuring a paraplegic lead character is groundbreaking in LGBT cinema. Read the revealing Q&A with Akers, and see the movie on June 1 at FilmOut San Diego LGBT Film Festival.
Director Charlie David follows four HIV-positive youths across North America, showing how they are coping with the disease. One of them is Austin Head of Phoenix, who speaks with SDGLN about how having HIV has impacted his life.
“The Green,” a thought-provoking film about a gay teacher in rural Connecticut who unfairly comes under suspicion of inappropriate behavior with a high school boy, was the big winner at FilmOut San Diego’s 13th annual LGBT Film Festival.
Day sponsor SD PIX and SDGLN will present the closing day and night screens, including the Best of LGBT Short Films, "Mangus," "Johnny & Lyman: A Life Together," "Eloise’s Lover," "Bisexual Revolution" and the closer, "The Green."
“Longhorns” is a risqué romp of “Beers. Steers … and a few Queers,” but underneath the college dorm sex and suds beats the heart of a coming-of-age plot as a Texas college student grows aware of his homosexuality.