Released in 2007, A Four Letter Word was filmed in New York City. A romantic comedy, the film tells the story of Luke, who on meeting the handsome Stephen considers becoming monogamous. Directed by Casper Andreas, it starred Jesse Archer, Paul Haje and Charlie David.
Going Down in LA-LA Land won Best Feature Film at Barcelona International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Released in 2011, it was based on the novel by Andy Zeffer, with Director Casper Andreas having written the Screenplay. Shot in Hollywood, California, USA, the film stars Matthew Ludwinski, Allison Lane and Michael Medico.
One of the oldest and most celebrated LGBTQ International Film Festivals in the world, Reeling Chicago returns this September for it’s 33rd year. This eight-day festival delivers an incredible catalogue of gay themed documentaries, shorts, and feature films, including the festival centrepiece film, Stonewall, starring Jeremy Irvine and directed by Roland Emmerich.