Saturday, June 22 |  7:30pm
Unity Temple on the Plaza

Come enjoy a special sextet of tales about modern gay romance, hook-ups and relationships. Ready for something big on comedy, long on laughs, and surprisingly satisfying? We have just the solution. Scroll down and see.


For American voiceover artist Daniel (David Menkin), life in London is one long autopilot ride of demanding client calls and awkward Grindr meets. But when his mother, Stephanie (Nancy Baldwin), decides to visit from the U.S. with less than 24 hours' notice, Daniel is forced to re-evaluate how fully and authentically he is really living his life.

Directed by Sam Peter Jackson
23 minutes  |  UK  |  2019

Starring Daniel K. Isaac (BILLIONS) and Ryan Jamaal Swain (POSE). ENGAGED is an LGBT comedic drama that follows Darren, who keeps trying — and failing — to propose to his boyfriend, Elliot. When their relationship is put into an uncomfortable spotlight during a friend’s outrageous engagement party, Darren realizes he actually might be self-sabotaging himself due to unresolved insecurities about his sexuality.

Directed by David Scala
15 minutes  |  USA  |  2018

A single gay man schemes creative ways to have a hunky repairman continue to have to come back to his house to fix things, but suddenly the fantasies become more than either of them expected. 

Directed by JC Calciano
7 minutes  |  USA  |  2019

Greg, a very single, fifty-something gay man, has no interest in trying to find a real romantic connection with a younger man. However when he meets Andrew, a hottie half his age, Greg reluctantly accepts his invitation to explore something casual.

Directed by George Barbakadze
9 minutes  |  USA   |  2019
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Best friends, Alex & Bryan have a bitter fight entirely via text message, when one of them sleeps with the other one’s crush. But, just as things seem to settle, an unexpected development may lead to yet another rift. The film stars Peter Mark Kendall (Strange Angel, The Americans), Zachary Booth (Keep the Lights on, After Louie), & Sydney James Harcourt (Original cast of Hamilton) .

Directed by Jay Russell
13 minutes  |  USA   |  2019

Inspired by true events, this charmer from Oklahoma tells the story of Bryan, whose wedding to his partner Jack doesn't go as planned when his biological mother refuses to attend.

Directed by Yousef Kazemi 
18 minutes  |  USA   |  2019

OUT HERE NOW: The Kansas City LGBT Film Festival

is produced in coordination with Unity Temple on the Plaza
and Open Circle Media & Marketing 


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