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Boys on Film 1: Hard Love (2009)
1. Summer – Dir. Hong Khaou
2. Gay Zombie – Dir. Michael Simon
3. Serene Hunter – Dir. Jason Bushman
4. Le Weekend – Dir. Timothy Smith
5. Cowboy Forever – Dir. Jean Baptiste Erreca
6. Scarred – Dir. Damien Rea
7. Packed Lunch – Dir. Tim Hunter
8. Mirror, Mirror – Dir. John Winter
9. VGL Hung! – Dir. Max Barber
It is said that if one succeeds in catching a falling leaf in mid-flight, then a wish will be granted. Leung and Will, two teenagers, venture into the woods to catch themselves a wish but Leung longs for something that Will isn’t willing to give. A touching tale about the anxiety and excitement of a boy wanting to kiss his best friend.
Gay Zombie (2007)
A sexually confused zombie meets a boy and eats another in this hilarious yet touching tale about how much more the heart bleeds when undead love is not reciprocated.
Serene Hunter (2007)
Luc is more interested in sweaty hook ups than romance, cruising the busy streets of Paris for his next brief encounter. However, the cynical Luc can’t avoid love entirely and eventually must decide between the thrill of the chase or settling into a solid relationship.
Le Weekend (2007)
A young, cynical French film student armed with a Super 8 camera comes to London to experience the sights and sounds. He soon befriends a stranger who shows him a side of the city he never thought he would see.
Cowboy Forever (2006)
Fictionalized from a true story, this docu-drama takes us on a journey through Brazil’s Mato Grosso do Sul and into the lives of a pair of Brazilian gauchos, one of whom, Govinda, has an irrepressible attraction to fellow cowboy John.
The once handsome Rafi has a recently disfigured face that makes it difficult for him to meet other men. When a close friend introduces him to Joe, Rafi feels strangely drawn to the stranger. Yet he isn’t sure why Joe doesn’t seem to mind his scars and as Rafi knows only too well, appearances are deceiving…
Many swimwear designers, Speedo fanatics and its creator Peter Travis discuss why it is that gay men can’t seem to get enough of these tight fitting trunks.
Mirror Mirror (2008)
Joe’s glory days as Jana, the glamorous drag queen, are well behind him. Sitting before his familiar vanity mirror, Joe faces the difficult decision of saying goodbye to his alter ego – but feisty Jana won’t fade away without a fight.
Bored and ignored, a magical website gives short and unattractive Terry the powers to transform himself into any hunk he desires. However, being handsome and hung doesn’t make life any easier. Featuring many Eurocreme stars, this is a witty modern day fairytale about how ruthless the gay scene can be.
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