QUEENS OF HEART brings to the screen the first psychological study of drag performance, set in the oldest surviving female impersonation club in the United States. METH explores the rising wave of crystal methamphetamine use within the gay population. Some of the men in the film are current users, and they share their life with us while under the constant influence of TINA. Throughout, METH is an unflinching look at the devastating effects of addiction to this very serious drug. RED WITHOUT BLUE is a look at how the relationship between two identical twin brothers changes after one decides to become a female. Red without Blue is a beautiful and touching film that raises a multitude of interesting questions about identity and family life. It depicts the life of a trans teen and does not edit out the grim truths about how difficult it can to fit in with your own self-perception. The people profiled are all very compelling and honest. Interviews with the subjects get at the heart of the conflicts. Following the family over time, we get a intimate view of how people deal with crises, and how our prejudices and opinions can change so drastically when facing difficult choices.