UNIDAD: Gay & Lesbian Latinos Unidos
L.A.: A Queer History
“L.A.: A Queer History”, is a documentary film that tells the story of LGBTQ+ people in Los Angeles. The film explores the history of the LGBTQ+ community in Los Angeles, from the early days of the city to the present day. The film features interviews with LGBTQ+ people from all walks of life, including activists, artists, and politicians. Winner of the MIPCOM Diversify Award, Cannes FR, 54th Public Media Awards (NETA/PBS), Finalist for Los Angeles Press Club in two categories.
The Life & Times of Jose Sarria
Status: Film festival screenings
The Baby Cries
The Baby Cries - Marco is going to all lengths to unite his protective husband David, his estranged conservative parents, and his newborn daughter in a "dramedy" about love, faith, and devotion.
Status: Series in development as of May 2023
Jeanne Cordova: Butches, Lies & Feminism
Winner of several film festival awards including the GRAND JURY PRIZE at OUTFEST 2017 for BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT, this film creatively employs the few surviving archival interviews to illuminate a forthright, outspoken, dynamic, feminist, old-school butch who was unstoppable in her quest for equality & fairness for lesbians, women, and the queer community.
Gay Lay Latino Los Angeles: Coming Of Age
"Gay Lay Latino Los Angeles: Coming Of Age" - Three young Latino men come of age in Los Angeles, struggling with their sexuality, identity, and place in the world.