The hilarious work featured in this episodic showcase demonstrates the incredible diversity of comedic situations that occur in the lives of queer folks and how we persevere through them. Awkward hookups, breakups, work disasters, and a birthday with the girls are just a few of the places these fast-paced series go. Come for the laughs and stay for what may end up being your next favorite show!
Total Running Time: 83 min
Dir. Harry Llyod, Australia, 2019, 0:10:40, English
After a bad breakup, uptight accountant Tiff has taken to microwaved hot dogs and re-runs of the L Word, whereas the ever-emerging artist Gem is processing the break up in the arms of multiple sexual partners. As Gem and Tiff drift further apart, their dog Butch, must go to drastic measures to get them back in the same room… even if it means an emergency trip to the vet.
Dir. Adrian Elliot, USA, 2018, 0:19:41, English
Unemployed and in the throes of self-destruction, Fred gets hired by an atypically empathetic owner of a tutoring company. On his first day on the job he must manage the demanding parents of a cross-dressing eighth grader, all the while trying to fit into his busy schedule a rendezvous with an impatient fetishist.
Dir. Micaela Birmingham, USA, 2019, 0:15:00, English
Based on the one-woman play written by Staceyann Chin, MotherStrucktells the story of a lesbian’s quest to become a mother with the help of her close friends.
Dir. Sam Permar, USA, 2018, 0:06:50, English
In this Mockumentary comedy, an aloof young documentarian interviews various people in his bed after he hooks up with them on Grindr.
Dir. Michael Cicetti, USA, 2019, 0:19:35, English
He’s a gay geek avoiding 30. She’s a suburban divorcée embracing 50. Together, neighbors Kev and Jan confront New York’s daily disasters…
Dir. Ahya Simone, USA, 2018, 0:11:00, English
Femme Queen Chronicles is a web-series about the lives of four black trans women as they navigate through love, life, trade, and shade in the city of Detroit; written, directed, and brought to life by black trans women themselves.
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