Gay-related films starring Daniel Radcliffe, James Franco and Jonathan Groff are set to premier at the Sundance Film Festival, which kicked off on Thursday.

Franco will premiere Interior. Leather Bar, which recreates supposed deleted gay sex scenes from the 1980 film Cruising starring Al Pacino.

Franco stars as himself opposite Val Lauren (Help, True Love). Director Travis Matthews, the director of the gay art film I Want Your Love, which includes graphic sex, told gay glossy The Advocate that Franco “interprets” Pacino's character in the film.

Groff, who is gay, stars in C.O.G., which is based on a short story by openly gay author David Sedaris.

Director John Krokidas' thriller Kill Your Darlings has Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) tackling his first gay role as beat generation poet Allen Ginsberg.

Radcliffe told gay glossy Out that the film's gay love scenes left him and co-star Dane DeHaan giggling.

“There was no discomfort,” Radcliffe said. “There have been moments when Dane, the object of my affection in the film, and I did start giggling.”

Also premiering at the Park City, Utah festival are documentaries exploring the politics of the band Pussy Riot and former New Jersey Governor Jim McGreevy's journey from closeted politician to openly gay priest. Plus an animated short from John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch).