Leave it on the Floor, released in 2011 is a musical about a young man, who is kicked out of home by his homophobic mother and subsequently falls to the LA Ball scene. The film was directed by Sheldon Larry and starred Ephraim Sykes and Andre Myers.
This comedy musical is centred on an aspiring Broadway entertainer and a stripper who accidentally get miscast and have to swap roles. Written by Jeffrey A. Johns (who also stars in the film as the leading character), the motion picture features Adam Huss, Shirley Jones and Rena Strober. Waiting in The Wings: The Musical was directed by Jenn Page and released in 2014.
This 2005 film Côte d’Azur (Crustacés et Coquillages) was directed by Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau and follows the juicy summer vacation of an eccentric, morally bankrupt family. Starring Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi, Jean-Marc Barr and Gilbert Melki, the French sex comedy was also co-written by the two directors.
Released in 2008 and directed by Tom Gustafson, Were the World Mine is a comedic film where the local embattled gay boy in a small town discovers the recipe to turn the residents gay for a short time and experience his world. The film won a large number of awards at LGBT film festivals, such as Outstanding U.S. Dramatic Feature at the L.A. Outfest. Shot in Chicago, the film features actors Tanner Cohen and Wendy Robie.
Released in 2001 and directed by John Cameron Mitchell, Hedwig and the Angry Inch is the life story of a transsexual East German punk rock singer. The film was won a huge number of awards, including the Outstanding Film – Limited Release at GLAAD Media Awards. Shot in Ontario, the film features actors John Cameron Mitchell and Michael Pitt.
Released in 1975 and directed by Jim Sharman, The Rocky Horror Picture Show has been entered into the Hall of Fame of the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA, and the National Film Preservation Board, USA. Shot entirely in Berkshire, England, the film features actors Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick and many more.
Released in 2003, Camp was written and directed by Todd Graff. Produced in New York City, the film was nominated for several awards including Best Casting For Feature Film at Casting Society of America, USA and Best Debut Performance at Independent Spirit Awards. The film stars Don Dixon, Daniel Letterle and Joanna Chilcoat.