The son of divorced parents, twelve-year-old Guigo is preoccupied with his cell phones and his crush on a young girl named Sabrina. On a fishing trip with his best friend Tullius, his father Roberto and Roberto’s new friend Paul, he’s shocked to learn he has no internet access and no way to text his crush. Things get even more overwhelming when he learns that Paul is his father’s new boyfriend. Stream ‘Guigo: Offline’ now on Dekkoo!
Gay writer/director Don Roos (‘The Opposite of Sex’) returns in prime form with a wicked ensemble comedy about a group of gay, lesbian and hetero friends and family connected by secrets and lies. Watch ‘Happy Endings’ now on Dekkoo!
The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past. Stream ‘Red Without Blue’ on Dekkoo now!
Coming next week: The feature-length directorial debut of actor Gerald McCullouch, who most gay cinema fans will recognize as one of the leads of BearCity.
From writer/director J.C. Calciano, the same filmmaker behind Is it Just Me?, The 10-Year Plan and the series Steam Room Stories, eCupid boasts a sharp script, attractive cast, and an extended cameo from Hollywood legend Morgan Fairchild.
This hilarious romance takes online dating to the extreme! Marshall (Houston Rhines) is an over-worked ad exec who is suffering from a serious case of the seven-year itch with his loving boyfriend. As his 30th birthday nears, Marshall becomes hell-bent on changing his life when he comes across a mysterious dating app called eCupid. His world is quickly turned upside down by an onslaught of sexy guys. Marshall gets much more than he bargained for as he struggles to fight his way through the stream of horned-up suitors.
eCupid is available now on Dekkoo. You can watch the trailer below.
Unemployed and living in his New Jersey hometown, brash screenwriter Danny (Patrick Reilly) spends his days doing just about everything with his mother Joan (Kathryn Erbe). But when Joan reveals she’s going to start dating again, Danny’s cushy world comes crashing down.
Dating My Mother follows the intimate and tumultuous relationship between a single mother and her gay son as they navigate the dizzying world of online dating. While they search for their versions of Mr. Right, mother and son realize that sometimes you have to pull apart in order to come together.
Written and directed as a feature-length debut by Mike Roma, who previously created the web series Danny the Manny, Dating My Mother co-stars Paul Iacono, James Le Gros and Kathy Najimy. It’s available to watch RIGHT NOW on Dekkoo!
It’s Christmas Eve, 1986, and Borja is a precocious teenager with a passion for film. As his extended family comes together to celebrate the holiday, the combined forces of the suffocating Chilean heat, free-flowing drinks, and repressed desire contribute to the eruption of long-held secrets. ‘Cola De Mono’ is available now, exclusively on Dekkoo!
Daniel, a successful TV journalist living life in the fast lane, has fallen into a deep depression. His seemingly perfect life collapses when panic attacks force him to deal with himself and his past, all while pursuing a handsome younger man. ‘Steel’ is available to stream on Dekkoo!
Coming next week: A gay cinema masterpiece adapted from a notorious 16th century play.
In the short film ‘Prom Night’, documentary and fiction is blended seamlessly bringing to life real stories about LGBT people and their experiences at prom.
In this raw, eye-opening documentary a group of impassioned theater students come together to produce a play aimed at shedding light on the many stigmas and equality-rights issues faced by LGBT youth in the United States today. ‘Break Through’ is available now on Dekkoo!
Coming next week: A hypnotic story from Chile that is both an enticing family melodrama and an explicit erotic thriller.
Sign is a deeply touching short film that tells the story of a relationship between Ben (Preston Sadleir), a man with the ability to hear, and Aaron (John McGinty), a man who is deaf.
Directed by Andrew Keenan-Bolger, with a screenplay and score by Adam Wachter, this largely silent film, told through vignettes, music and sign language, picked up ten different major awards on it’s journey along the LGBTQIA+ film festival circuit.
Inspired to portray an under-explored human experience, the filmmakers collaborated with hearing-impaired actors from the New York theater community. The film ultimately combined Keenan-Bolger’s passion for visual imagery with Wachter’s love of musical storytelling.
Sign was shot in a four-day marathon session, in multiple locations across New York City, on a set staffed by actors, ASL interpreters, consultants and many passionate volunteers. Now streaming on Dekkoo, this moving short offers fifteen minutes well-spent.