Kaboom is a sci-fi story set around a group of college students and their sexual adventures. The film was both written and directed by Gregg Araki, and was released in 2010. Thomas Dekker, Juno Temple and James Duval are among the stars in the film.
Released in 2011, Judas Kiss won the Best Debut Film at Fort Worth Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival and the Alternative Spirit Award at Rhode Island International Film Festival. Shot in Seattle, Washington USA, it was the feature film directorial debut of J.T. Tepnapa. The film was co-produced by Carlos Pedraza and Jody Wheeler and starred Charlie David, Richard Harmon, Sean Paul Lockhart and Timo Descamps.
Somewhere in the not so distant alternate future, the world is about to end. Hey, Happy! is a gay sci-fi fantasy comedy filled with meandering transsexuals, schizophrenics, and enough squirm-in-your-seat uncomfortable moments to make the great director John Waters blush. Released in 2001, the film is directed by Noam Gonick and stars, Jérémie Yuen, Craig Aftanis and Clayton Godson
Space Station 76, released in 2014, is a futuristic sci-fi drama offering a perfectly recreated version of the future as seen from the 1970s. Jack Plotnick directed the black comedy film that stars Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler, Kylie Rodgers, Matt Bomer and Marisa Coughlan. The film explores the dynamic interrelationship of personalities, all with their own issues, on board a satellite station in space.
Nowhere is the third part in the teenage apocalypse trilogy series written and directed by Gregg Araki that tells of one day’s bizarre events of a group of teenagers. Released in 1997, the film stars James Duval and Rachel True. The cast also includes John Ritter, Beverly D’Angelo, Lauren Tewes, David Leisure as well as other 70s and 80s sitcom stars.