A cross-section of some of the best recent gay shorts culled from top film festivals including Sundance, Outfest, Frameline and more. Included are the award-winners BEDFELLOWS, CURIOUS THING, MY NAME IS LOVE, YOU MOVE ME and STEAM. AFTER: A film by Mark Pariselli. Three teenage boys idolize and long for the same older hunk. Inspired by Dennis Cooper's poem "After School, Street Football, Eighth Grade." BEDFELLOWS: A film by Pierre Stefanos. Bobby meets Jonathan at the bar where he got his heart broken, will his one-night stand end up a nightmare or a fairy tale? WINNER! Best Short Film, QFest. CURIOUS THING: A film by Alain Hain. Interviews with several New York gay men provide the backdrop as two men - one gay, the other straight - explore their relationships' past, present and future. GAYBY: A film by Jonathan Lisecki. College friends Matt (gay) and Jenn (straight) decide to have a baby the old fashion way. GAYSHARKTANK.COM: A film by Guy Shalem. Twenty-five strangers seek love, lust, and the other things you might find on a random gay video chat. MY NAME IS LOVE: A film by David Färdmar. Love and Sebastian share a secret. After a chance meeting in the street, their innocent flirt soon turns into a dangerous liaison. WINNER! Best Short Film Image, QFest & Best Short Film/Audience Award, Nation Film Festival MOUSE'S BIRTHDAY: A film by Barry Morse. A visual poem with abstract and symbolic imagery of fanstasy, whimsy and terror about a mouse, a cockroach and a 'gay' man. STEAM: A film by Eldar Rapaport. After a brief encounter, two strangers find themselves stuck in a steam room and only their pasts to discover. WINNER! Iris Prize & Best Short Film, FilmOut.