Indie Undies: Best of Gay Men's Films

October 18 | 4:00pm – 6:00pm | Good Luck Macbeth Theatre


Furious Saint Jack & Otter, Alone

2015, 5m 57s, US (English)

Directed by Ethan Roberts

A lonely young man rhythmically narrates his leap from isolation to ecstasy when he meets a beautiful stranger at a bar. Juxtaposing self-consciousness and fear with the joy of liberation, Furious Saint Jack & Otter, Alone dynamically explores the visceral, breathless poetry of a sudden romantic connection.

Open Relationship

2014, 13m 38s, Spain (Spanish)

Directed by Carlos Ocho

Oscar and Sergio have been in a relationship for 5 years. They live together and they have very different personalities: Oscar is more passionate and emotional and Sergio has a much more mental role. A random afternoon of a random day one of them decides to ask the other if he would be interested in start an open relationship.

Tom in America

2014, 16m, 26s Brazil (English)

Directed by Flavio Alves

For 50 years, Michael and Betty have been united by one guiding principle: no secrets. But when a provocative Tom of Finland doll triggers Michael's long-buried desires, Betty discovers that secrets have been part of their life all along. With long-held mysteries thrust into the open, the foundation of their marriage and the path of their golden years is suddenly rocked. Now, they must redefine their future, and decide if it is one their love can survive.


Mini Supreme

2015, 9m 42s, US (English)

Directed by Michael Phillis

After he's fired from his soulless corporate job, Jeremie schemes to make rent by entering a children's beauty pageant disguised as a 7-year-old girl with a growth disorder


2014, 8m 13s, Canada (French)

Directed by Charles Boisseau

Laurent, a young man of 18 years, is a puzzle to his parents. Given his sullen rage, the puzzle is only a pretext for a much more complex problem.

The Definition of Lonely

2015, 12m, UK (English)

Directed by Leon Lopez

A dog brings two unlikely strangers together. A film that examines the ideas of loneliness and hope.

Jayson Bend: Queen and Country

2014, 48m 20s, UK (English)

Directed by Matt Carter

Jayson Bend, Royal Intelligence Ministry agent, teams up with his Swiss counterpart, Alec DeCoque, to stop the activation of a newly launched satellite that will turn Raymond Perdood, the billionaire owner of the largest global chain of hair salons, into the most powerful man in the world. This independent film combines both comedy and action in this James-Bond styled LGBT themed satire.

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