A film about obsession, Getting Go, the Go Doc Project, tells the story of a college filmmaker named Doc who is enamoured with a popular New York go-go dancer, aptly named Go. After befriending Go, Doc begins shooting a movie about Go, following him into every club, bar, and even into his bedroom.
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.