The Things We Do For Love

This program of hilarious comedic shorts illustrates how navigating human relationships is inherently funny. In FERTILIZER, Michael finds a new calling as a writer when he uses his misadventures in gay dating to start a blog. In NEXT LEVEL SHIT, Taylor’s nervousness about being perfect for his date with his dreamboat Chris backfires in more ways than one. In SHOPPING FOR LOVE, a clerk works up the nerve to ask a customer out for coffee, while in THE HANDYMAN it’s the customer looking for a date when he breaks his own stuff in order to get the hunky handyman back in his apartment to fix things. In DISTINGUISHED FEELINGS a woman inadvertently orchestrates her lover’s gay marriage when she tries to entrap him by sending an ostensibly straight man to seduce and then reject him. And in THE OFFICE IS MINE, the only gay man in an office of straight women freaks out when his status as everyones BFF is threatened by a newcomer in the office.

In this program

The Office is Mine

Directed by Michael Varrati

**Ben Baur is scheduled to attend. Baur produced, starred in and created the concept for THE OFFICE IS…


Directed by Ben Simpkins

As he puts an emotionally abusive relationship behind him, Michael finds a new calling in writing about the…

The Handyman

Directed by JC Calciano

A single, gay man schemes creative ways to have a hunky repairman keep coming back to his house…

Distinguished Feelings

Directed by Keren Marciano

In this highly stylized B&W revenge comedy, Elena discovers that her lover Arturo is tired of their relationship…

Shopping For Love

Directed by Mark St. Cyr

A noncommittal gift store clerk has a new chance at love when an unassuming customer walks in the…

Next Level Shit

Directed by Gary Jaffe

Taylor prepares obsessively for the perfect third date with dreamboat Chris, but his efforts backfire, sending the relationship…


Directed by David Scala

Starring Daniel K. Isaac (Showtime’s BILLIONS) and Ryan Jamaal Swain (FX’s POSE), ENGAGED is a comedic drama that…

Dates & Times
Landmark's Century Centre Cinema

Wed, Sep 25
9:30 pm