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for him fall 2015

snuggle up and get cozy this fall

for him fall 2015
melinda cheevers

Snuggle up and get cozy, fall is here and what better time to plop down on the sofa and check out a film than sweater weather time?

Here are some top picks for 2015 releases that will keep you entertained. Some will make you laugh, others will make you cry – they’ll all make you think. Happy viewings!

High School Love Story

Australia’s most famous gay memoir gets the big screen treatment in Neil Armfield’s much-anticipated film adaptation of Holding The Man. First a novel, written by actor Timothy Conigrave, then a successful stage play, Holding the Man is an intimate account of Conigrave’s 15-year relationship with lover John Caleo. The two men fall in love while still teenagers at their all-boys high school. John was the captain of the football team, Tim an aspiring actor. This true-life love story speaks across generations, sexualities and cultures.

Generation Something

Beautiful Something offers up a fresh and unsentimental look at relationships, both sexual and platonic, through the eyes of four diverse gay men who attempt to navigate art, sex and love in one night. Writer and director Joseph Graham sets this sexed-up tale in Philadelphia, embracing the city of rough brotherly love by showing vignettes of three generations of gay men whose paths cross in passionate ways. Charged with laughter and lust, this edgy, absorbing film is a great watch.

Baby on Board

From the same filmmaker that brought us To a Tee and Scenes from a Gay Marriage, the romantic comedy Paternity Leave is Matt Riddlehoover’s latest, co-written with his then-fiance, now husband Dustin Tittle about a man who becomes pregnant. The reality-bending film is a bit of a departure from his recent work, but is still just as compelling. At its heart, it’s a film about family. As the couple who were initially dumbstruck by the news attempt to come to terms with it, their relationship takes twists and turns through hardship and hilarity.

Under the Microscope

That's Not Us is an intimate portrait of three twenty-something couples as they travel to a beach house to enjoy the last days of summer. But what should be a fun and carefree weekend becomes an exploration of what it takes to sustain a healthy relationship and make love last in what is now being called the "gayest generation." Through each of the three couples - one gay, one lesbian, and one straight - That's Not Us explores sex and relationships with a fresh perspective, finding that while sexuality and gender may vary, the struggles to keep love alive do not.

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