Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, “Rain. On. Me.”Throughout the past month, we saw new previews for all sorts of up-and-coming queer entertainment, everything from a dance film set on Fire Island to the gay war movie to what is, quite frankly, our most anticipated blockbuster of the summer.To help you stay ahead of it all, we’ve assembled this rundown the best and gayest trailers that hit the internet throughout April, with reminders of when and where you can watch.
Check them all out below and mark your calendars accordingly!Multi-hyphenate ballet legend James Whiteside dips his pointe shoes in the filmmaking world for this gorgeous art piece, which transports audiences to Fire Island and follows the rush of romance from a weekend fling—or is it something more?
Free of dialogue, this sexy love story plays out through modern dance and will make you eager to hit the beaches of the Pines this summer.The film is now available to watch for free via the All Arts platform.We caught up with the decorated and über-talented performer to talk about his new film set on Fire Island.It’s been reported that, during the Vietnam War, the Army was so short on personnel that they allowed gay men to serve, despite the fact that homosexuality was not permitted at the time.
Indie drama Love In Country imagines what the service might have been like for two gay soldiers, who wind up falling in love while enlisted on a high-stakes mission during the Tet Offensive.Now available for rental or purchase through Amazon Prime Video, in addition to Tubi, YouTube, and Google Play.Childhoods friends reunite after years apart when one of them returns to the Italian mountain village of Grana to fix up his family’s vacation home.