MIGHTY REAL,The New SYLVESTER Musical, is coming to Broadway and we need your help! Go to www.FabulousSylvester.com and DONATE TODAY!

    A project we love so much, we hope we can see it on Broadway!

  • NAKED IBIZA - A Large Scale Photography Book by Dylan Rosser

    A book of male nudes photographed on location in Ibiza over the last 4 years.

    yes please!

  • The My Oppression Card Project

    A simple card to help you deal with microaggressions.

    We love Lauren's work and hope this project gets realized.

  • Join the Zairs as they learn sometimes our differences are our greatest gifts.

    A great book project that many parents would love to share with their families

  • An autobiographical travelogue comic about my experiences on my first trip to Iceland. Plus new stories about my second trip!

    We love Iceland too!

  • An American-based terrorist group deploys their weapon of war: a terminal STD. Drama/ultra-black comedy. Shot & set in NYC. 2014/2015.

    A great filmmaker and idea. We hope the project gets the funding it needs because we want to see this film!

  • While confronting his unfaithful boyfriend, Dusty blacks-out. When he comes to, his boyfriend was murdered and he's the prime suspect.

    It sounds like a thrilling plot (even if it's a bit disturbing), but we want to see this get made to see how it all comes together in the end.

  • WONDERKID tells the story of a young gay professional footballer searching for acceptance in a hyper-masculine environment.

    Not only do we hope the film will be great. It will also help educate people about homophobia in sport, gay athletes and and the power of being on a team.

  • Exposing the torture, imprisonment, and even worse of gay people from Iran, simply because of who they love.

    Help director and producer Rick Flynn cover production costs so the story of gay Iranians can be shared with the world

  • A documentary photobook that captures the late 70s in evangelical America seen thru the eyes of a closeted and religious young man.

    What a great record documenting a specific time in our history.

  • A smart, funny, daring film about the "gay voice." With Margaret Cho, Tim Gunn, Don Lemon, Dan Savage, David Sedaris and George Takei.

    So many have suffered b/c of the stereotypes but it needs a look into the cultural phenomenon. Let's make this happen!

  • A photo-book portraying the favela residents in Rio being displaced as the city prepares to host World Cup and Olympic Games.

    Beautiful and important work!

  • An online community and storytelling forum dedicated to remembering parents lost to AIDS.

    We think this project deserves some support. Also, check out Alysia Abbott's memoir, Fairyland.

  • They are the Holy Grail of movie memorabilia -the Ruby Slippers worn by Judy Garland - and someone has stolen them!

    You know you want to know more! and this is the documentary filmmaker who could do it!

  • Love Bytes is a LGBT comedy web-series about three young housemates and their dating misadventures in a modern heteroflexible world.

    Love this web series. Hope they raise the funds to finish the first season! http://bit.ly/1iEIVYv

  • Pre-order a copy of "Attack of the 12" Roommate", the collection of the cult NSFW webcomic.

    Sure, it may be NSFW but that doesn't mean it doesn't appeal to a WIDE audience looking for a little fun. Check out the strips available online and then make this book-version a reality. It's a great gift too!

  • Two teens are forced to hide an unintended pregnancy in a society where heterosexuals are persecuted and abortion is forbidden.

    A great project that we hope makes it to its goal. Check out Sal Bardo's previous impressive short films!

  • Help us combat the mainstream destruction of everything weird and wonderful!

    Love this cast!

  • In a city where queens rule the stage, this documentary reveals drag KINGS can reign just as fierce!

    A fascinating project that deserves some support so it can reach a wider audience.

  • SUNDAYS AT CAFE TABAC is a film about an iconic weekly salon for women in NY’s East Village in the early 90’s.

    An overlooked place that celebrated sexy, chic lesbians in the 90s. We think more people need to discover this historic spot!

  • Cyberpunk adventure game set in 2064, that takes you on the hunt for your missing friend and to uncover the secrets of Neo-SF. For Mac, PC, Linux - October 6!

    Love this!

  • QU33R, from Ignatz-Award-nominated editor Rob Kirby, features 241 pages of new comics from 33 contributors—legends and new faces alike.

    queer comics need our support, great project. We just wish http://www.abelboddy.com/ were included!

  • A story of survival, loss, strength, courage, endurance and of coming out...of a life lived undercover.

    He's become such a positive influence for so many in his community, including the at-risk kids that he now works with at an after school program. Great story to tell!

  • A photo series representing many cultures by illustrating romance in the LGBTQ community, providing a visual identity to our progress.

    Beautiful portraits. We're excited about the non-US destination idea

  • A young filmmaker records his entire coming out process on camera, capturing the reactions of his family and friends and creating an intimate portrait of the coming out process that spans decades and occurs in real time.

    There are power in stories: let's help more of them to be told!

  • a band and a filmmaker from NYC are fighting homophobia through storytelling in the ongoing pursuit of human rights

    Love that NFL's Brendon Ayanbadejo and Wade Davis are also involved. cool project!

  • A story of the humanity behind all sides of the highly politicized personal issue of gay marriage.

    Another great documentary project that needs an assist to become reality!

  • Get the book, trading cards & more for The Young Protectors—a smart superhero tale featuring a hero who just happens to like other guys

    We want to be part of the fun!

  • Actor/comedian Alec Mapa's Showtime special is now available for $5 at alecmapa.com!

    A great story that will inspire thousands of other unconventional families around the world.

  • A new photo documentary exploring contemporary queer culture in the American South.

    Out of all 50 states, Mississippi has the highest percentage of same-sex couples raising children. The South is a complex region and this will help many people's stories to be told.

  • Independent feature film about two estranged gay brothers struggling to reconnect after the recent death of their father.

    How can you not want this to be out there?

  • Short film/music vid where Justin Vivian Bond takes us to the “Golden Age of Hustlers” written by SF legendary chanteuse Bambi Lake.

    No question that we want Justin Vivian Bond to succeed in this project. Help make it happen.

  • A film that exposes a shameful witch hunt that targeted gay and lesbian federal workers -- and gave birth to the LGBT rights movement.

    We want this story to be told in a WONDERFUL documentary style. Let's help make it happen.

  • Do you think of Jamaica as a vacation paradise or as a country where gays and lesbians are hunted down in the streets?

    Just needs some support to make it a reality

  • Why are gay rights and gay marriage still controversial topics? They shouldn't be. And "Through Gay Eyes" aims to change that.

    An interesting project that deserves some attention

  • An award-winning documentary about the famed magician, escape artist, and skeptic James "The Amazing". The film also features Penn & Teller, Adam Savage, Bill Nye, and more!

    This documentary sounds like it could really use some help to get it made. Let's do it

  • 60+ Portraits of female/male Burlesque stars shot naturally and in their performance outfits. 250 LIMITED EDITION Hardcover bound books

    Love Scotty the Blue Bunny. And the rest!

  • What do we do when love goes blind? An LGBT documentary film about family love, God, inequality and the painful costs of prejudice.

    Help make this documentary happen

  • Geeks OUT is putting on an art show to celebrate Sigourney Weaver's status as a queer icon.

    so much fun!

  • Documentary about surfing legend Peter Drouyn's gender transformation into Westerly Windina.

    This is going to be a great doc from a great team. Can't wait to see it!

  • SEE A LITTLE LIGHT: A Celebration of the Music and Legacy of Bob Mould recorded 11/21/11, available for the first time to the public

    We hope to see this project happen. Let's make it so!

  • A new web series from the Co-Creator of THE SLOPE.

    From the co-creator of "The Slope," a promising web series featuring misogynistic lesbians—our favorite kinds.

  • Shirley Clarke's groundbreaking documentary film is in jeopardy - help us restore the print and release it for everyone to see!

    We hope that film lovers and LGBT activists will help support the restoration of this important film

  • A poignant, powerful story set in the San Francisco modern dance scene of 1985, in the early years of the AIDS epidemic.

    It's a powerful story that should be told. Help make it a reality!

  • A ten-year long photo series of over 150 "out" LGBTQ high school and college athletes finally becomes a photography book.

    We think this entire project needs our support (and also just met John Amaechi last month during Manchester Pride...). It's almost there!

  • The Vagine Regime is a feature-length documentary about lesbian, bisexual and transgender roller derby skaters.

    We love this!

  • A recent college grad devises to shoot a doc about the NYC nightlife scene in order to meet the go-go guy he’s cyber-obsessed with.

    Umm. this sounds like FUN!

  • A photojournalism project that shares the stories of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth in the United States.

    A great photo documentation project to support

  • THE ONES want to make a slick new video for their newest single "Face and Body" produced by Fagault and Marina.

    We need more people to love this band!

  • Noir thriller starring James Duke Mason. From the exec. producer of SEX, LIES & VIDEOTAPE.

    We support James Duke Mason's goal. And you should too!

  • A feature-length documentary-in-progress about the life and legacy of Olympic champion diver Greg Louganis.

    It's strange to think that an entire generation has no clue who Greg Louganis is. This documentary should be able to change that and educate and entertain.

  • Almost reached the goal! Now in the last hours, we're trying to get our friend Damon on board! Help us go over the goal and do it!

    We want to hear this!

  • I make queer sculptural monsters and perform with them.

    It's an important program for queer artists, so let's support it

  • A poignant documentary about the last Gay piano bar, and a much overlooked history lesson on LA Gay nightlife and culture.

    Let's make this film a reality!

  • A documentary about a six year old boy named Jeremiah and his father, the drag queen superstar Tyra Sanchez.

    You remember him from Rupaul's Drag Race but this will be a whole new story!

  • The amazingly fun and interesting men and women of an international gay rock climbing group share their yearly convention with us.

    A doc about Homo Climbtastic, a gay rock climbing group? We're all for it!

  • CHURCHES, an indie rock band from Oakland, CA, is recording a new single about marriage equality and pressing it to 7" vinyl.

    Check out the band's song called 'LOVELIFE' - about the important issue of marriage equality

  • Watch the video that millions have seen and that might help change the way people view marriage equality.

    The film will certainly help many understand why marriage equality is a fundamental right

  • TransJourney is a quest of discovery of family, acceptance, and identity.

    we want them to be able to make the journey to make this film

  • Bringing to life the story of 30 Postcards from around the world in a Video Travel Series that inspires, educates, and entertains!

    Kevin is not afraid to do ANYTHING. We met him on a trip in India and he impressed us with his passion for travel and meeting others and acting as a global ambassador. This will be an unforgettable project.

  • When Ash invites his ex on a road trip to the Florida Keys, he doesn't mention that the vacation is actually a dangerous drug deal.

    We were taken with John Wakayama Carey's super-saturated cinematography even before we got into the plot. This isn't another hustler film and shows original locations and some serious promise.

  • Artist seeks collaboration with queer male artists of the west coast to explore contemporary theories on male identity and gender.

    Great photos. Great project.

  • Artist seeks to draw attention to the often silenced and overlooked queer history of the Holocaust.

    This is an important exploration that we hope will be actualized.

  • Annual Free Daytime Music Festival in Golden Gate Park Showcasing Local Queer Artists!

    This needs to happen. Let's make it happen!

  • This film is an intimate portrait of an artist whose work has given language and permission to thousands of people to live their lives.

    We want to see this!

  • an ongoing multi-city series about gay men, bedrooms and intimacy.

    A filmmaker that's focused with realistic portrayals of gay sex.

  • a colorful documentary about fashionable old ladies

    We all want to grow up to be eccentric glamorous ladies. Now we'll have role models from Ari Seth Cohen and his Advanced Style cohort. Read more http://ow.ly/bfPRK

  • Haitian LGBT activists are fighting hard for rights. Help them have fun too by helping us build the first gay-friendly space in Haiti.

    This group of activists is trying to create Haiti's first LGBT community center.

  • DoubleDJ is a queer performance trio and Dan Paz is a video artist. Their powers combine to create a short dance video.

    An "intergalactic, Narnia-laden, Beyond-Thunderdome venture"—what? We mean, yes.

  • A short romantic comedy about two men and their epic quest for a grown-up bed. Starring Ben Lerman & Walter Replogle.

    A fun indie comedy with a very specific quandary—how buying a bed becomes a crazy journey for a gay couple.

  • Traces the birth and evolution of Wonder Woman and introduces audiences to a dynamic group of fictional and real life superheroines.

    Female superheroes go front and center in this doc tracing the role of women in comics.

  • We've been invited to premiere our documentary at the Berlin International Film Festival - but we need your help!

    An unprecedented documentary about gay rights in Uganda has been accepted to the Berlin Film Festival. The world needs to see this.

  • Salazar Films is accompanying the Self Evident Truths project to document LGBTQ America, and make our stories heard.

    iO Tillett Wright's wide-reaching photography project documenting queerness in America.

  • Me at the Zoo is a feature documentary about Chris Crocker and the phenomenon of Internet celebrity.

    The crazy Chris Crocker doc just got distribution from HBO after its Sundance run. We can't wait to see it!

  • A new film by the director of PARIS IS BURNING, EARTH CAMP ONE is about grief, a hippie summer camp in the 1970s, and the afterlife.

    None other than the legendary 'Paris Is Burning' director returns with a personal doc.

  • This documentary takes an intimate look at Matthew Shepard and his tragic death from the point of view of those who cared about him.

    See Matt Shepard's story, from a personal vantage point.

  • Help fund a documentary about Falcon Studios' Chuck Holmes, the gay porn mogul who helped fund the gay rights movement.

    We love this doc's angle—that a gay porn fixture was one of the fundamental figures to jumpstart the LGBT rights movement.

  • A hysterical short comedy about a 14-year-old boy in 1994 on a quest to make it home with a stash of gay porn before anyone finds out.

    This short's concept is hilarious—and hits a little too close to home.

  • The Punk Singer is a feature length documentary about Kathleen Hanna, lead singer of Bikini Kill, Julie Ruin, Le Tigre; punk feminist.

    Kathleen Hanna. Documentary. Need we say more?

  • Ira Sachs' KEEP THE LIGHTS ON is a new film about gay life and love in New York City.

    A well-known indie filmmaker's Sundance-accepted rumination on gay life in 1990s New York City.

  • SHAKEDOWN is the story of a black lesbian strip club in Los Angeles. The film is anchored in the stories of three women.

    We absolutely need to see this black lesbian stripper doc as soon as possible.