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Your search by 'Music / Music Video' identified 33 films


  • Big Words

    Big Words

    USA , 2012 , 94 min. Three members of a New York hip-hop group from the ’90s—one of whom is gay and estranged from the other two—unwittingly reunite on the eve of President Obama’s election in 2008.... Read more
  • Born to Dance this Way

    Born to Dance this Way

    USA , 2012 , 12 min. JOO Si, a fierce, fabulous, and curvalicious back-up dancing diva, auditions for the opportunity of a lifetime to gyrate behind the sexy female pop singing sensation, THE 4PLAY LADIES.... Read more
  • Cologne

    Cologne

    USA , 2013 , 12 min. This emotional short expresses, in dance and drag, the intimate complexities of love and lust as only a Dolly Parton soundtrack can allow.... Read more
  • Crunch Pop

    Crunch Pop

    USA , 2012 , 6 min. Get sexy, get fit, get tight! Doritos included! Crunch Pop gyrates its way through the city’s beaches, parks, and alleyways to create a comedic social commentary on commercialism, consumption, and workout culture. Modern dance collides with pop satire in this fierce dance video, begging you to join in.... Read more
  • Every Woman

    Every Woman

    USA , 2009 , 5 min. Performance artist Narcissister dresses herself to become the ideal Every Woman.... Read more
  • Fan Christy (Cover) [Karaoke MV]

    Fan Christy (Cover) [Karaoke MV]

    USA , 2011 , 4 min. Fan Christy is an experimental karaoke music video and mistranslated cover of the song “Faen Christy” by Dutch artist Christy Gibson (check it out on YouTube). Faen is a non-gendered Thai word for romantic partner, purportedly derived from the hybridization of “fan” and “friend.”... Read more
  • The Fortune Teller

    The Fortune Teller

    USA , 2013 , 9 min. Fortune Teller is an acid trip through the past present and future of Gay Male Iconograpny/Culture, using found footage montages to show our oppression, tradition and resilience. It’s part music video, part documentary and part time capsule.... Read more
  • For You, The Spring

    For You, The Spring

    USA , 2013 , 3 min. Inspired by a carnivalesque old-time silent film, a musician dreams of running away with a mermaid, but she must first save her from the hands of some unlikely villains.... Read more
  • Happy Feet

    Happy Feet

    USA , 2006 , 108 min. Featuring an all-star voice cast including Elijah Wood, Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, and Robin Williams, Happy Feet is a lively, visually stunning, laugh-along, sing-along treat that the whole flock will love.... Read more
  • In Face

    In Face

    USA , 2009 , 3 min. A drag performer gets “in face” in this simple and poetic video exploring the role of gender performance and routine in the drag world.... Read more
  • I've Only Just Begun

    I've Only Just Begun

    Finland , 2012 , 7 min. In response to a Russian law banning “homosexual propaganda,” director Koskimies has created an activist music video that depicts the androgynous Venuz Vulgar, a coterie of colorful queers, and their quest to fight discrimination.... Read more
  • Jake Shears: A Gift

    Jake Shears: A Gift

    USA , 2013 , 3 min. A series of short animations of the construction and disassembly of “mendalas” comprised of photo-illustrations of men in erotic situations. This one is of Jake Shears of the Scissor Sisters, set to the song “Filthy Gorgeous”.... Read more
  • Joan in the Rain

    Joan in the Rain

    France , 2012 , 6 min. A wonderfully hypnotic, experimental found-footage collage of Joan of Arc films made for part of a museum exhibition to commemorate Joan’s 600th birthday.... Read more
  • kink

    kink

    USA , 2012 , 80 min. Ever wonder what—and who—really goes down in that imposing brick fortress at Mission and 14th? This adults-only doc (produced by James Franco) goes behind closed doors at the Armory to reveal purveyors of fetish porn, working and wanking on the edge of big-business BDSM.... Read more
  • Lesbiana—A Parallel Revolution

    Lesbiana—A Parallel Revolution

    Canada , 2012 , 63 min. Join filmmaker Myriam Fougère’s road trip through the United States and Canada as she revisits the lesbian activists of the ’70s and ’80s who sparked a revolution to define their own culture, inspiring formative lesbian art, literature, philosophy and music.... Read more
  • The Little House That Could

    The Little House That Could

    Canada , 2012 , 90 min. Patricia Field’s work as costume designer on Sex and the City earned her acclaim, but this tribute focuses on the community of queers, drag queens, and club kids she mentored at her iconoclastic New York boutique in the 1980s and ’90s.... Read more
  • Love Your Gloves… An Agenda

    Love Your Gloves… An Agenda

    USA , 2013 , 4 min. A series of short animations of the construction and disassembly of “mendalas” comprised of photo-illustrations of men in erotic situations.... Read more
  • Mark Bunyan: Very Nearly Almost Famous

    Mark Bunyan: Very Nearly Almost Famous

    UK , 2012 , 16 min. The life of the co-founder of the Pink Singers and a driving force behind Gay’s The Word bookshop, Mark Bunyan (who spent the ’70s and ’80s performing his original songs alongside Sandie Shaw, Billy Connolly, and Tom Robinson), is explored in this film.... Read more
  • Matt Alber with Strings Attached

    Matt Alber with Strings Attached

    USA , 2012 , 24 min. Greg Sirota directed several lush videos of staged recording sessions with popular singer-songwriter Matt Alber and the Cello Street Quartet of San Francisco; these sumptuous videos are connected by documentary behind-the-scenes interviews with Matt and the Quartet in Matt Alber With Strings Attached.... Read more
  • My Best Dress

    My Best Dress

    Canada , 2012 , 4 min. The music video My Best Dress represents a celebration of youth culture, particularly with finding acceptance, expression, and love within queer youth ball culture. Music by MURR, featuring Rosina. ... Read more
  • My Secret Panties

    My Secret Panties

    UK , 2012 , 4 min. My Secret Panties explores the varying faces of lesbian Muslims.... Read more
  • The New Black

    The New Black

    USA , 2013 , 80 min. The New Black is a refreshing and much-needed inside look at African American activists, citizens and clergy seeking to change attitudes toward LGBT rights within their communities and churches.... Read more
  • Nikkis

    Nikkis

    USA , 2012 , 3 min. A queer musical remake of the 1988 cult classic Heathers, starring local artists and heartthrobs.... Read more
  • One Zero One—The Story of Cybersissy & BayBjane

    One Zero One—The Story of Cybersissy & BayBjane

    92 min. This vibrant documentary introduces the fantastical world of a dynamic duo drag performers: Antoine “Cybersissy” Timmermans, a visual-and-performance artist battling with schizophrenia, and Mourad “BayBjane” Zerhouni, “the smallest drag queen in the world.”... Read more
  • One Zero One—The Story of Cybersissy & BayBjane

    One Zero One—The Story of Cybersissy & BayBjane

    Germany , 2013 , 90 min. This vibrant documentary introduces the fantastical world of a dynamic duo drag performers: Antoine “Cybersissy” Timmermans, a visual-and-performance artist battling with schizophrenia, and Mourad “BayBjane” Zerhouni, “the smallest drag queen in the world.”... Read more
  • Open Letter

    Open Letter

    USA , 2012 , 6 min. The Internet reacts to musician Frank Ocean’s Open Letter.... Read more
  • Paul Bowles: The Cage Door is Always Open

    Paul Bowles: The Cage Door is Always Open

    Switzerland , 2012 , 87 min. Never far from his lifelong lesbian partner Jane Auer, Sheltering Sky author and composer Paul Bowles influenced a generation of writers with his subdued ego and raw talent, in the process transforming his adopted home, Tangiers, into a literary destination.... Read more
  • Pop!

    Pop!

    USA , 2012 , 7 min. Suicide! Car crashes! An evil twin! A boy becomes a woman and finds love and excitement on a cabaret stage in Sinak’s lo-fi fairytale, set in the consumer glamour of 1960s Tehran. ... Read more
  • Riot Ghoul

    Riot Ghoul

    USA , 2012 , 15 min. Lisa is bored with Brad, her jerk boyfriend, when she meets Valerie, a mysterious grrrl outside a punk show. Lisa becomes enamored with Valerie but soon discovers a shocking truth about her past, learning sisterhood is far from dead.... Read more
  • Second Hand Emotion

    Second Hand Emotion

    USA , 2012 , 9 min. Second Hand Emotion is a pair of music videos from trans hip-hop artist Rocco Katastrophe. “Wake Me If I’m Dreaming” tracks the rise and fall of a relationship, and “Let Me Go” traces the aftermath and recovery.... Read more
  • The Secret Disco Revolution

    The Secret Disco Revolution

    Canada , 2012 , 90 min. A trio of superheroes plot the eradication of racism, sexism and homophobia by launching a cultural revolution under the guise of disco music in this vibrant and rollicking doc/narrative about the history of the era.... Read more
  • Something Real

    Something Real

    USA , 2013 , 9 min. This celebrity-packed short with a musical twist about the West Hollywood bar scene is an unflinching and poignant assessment of gay culture in the year 2012. This film is a first collaboration between acclaimed director Guy Shalem, Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist Jeff Marx (Avenue Q), and five-time Grammy Award-winning producer, composer, and lyricist, Mervyn Warren.... Read more
  • Turning

    Turning

    USA , 2013 , 76 min. Queer alternative-music icon Antony Hegarty (of and Antony and the Johnsons) are joined by 13 beguiling transsexual and gender variant women on stage and behind the scenes in this revealing documentary of their acclaimed 2006 European tour, directed by pioneering video artist Charles Atlas (The Legend of Leigh Bowery).... Read more