Update: Sept. 21: 3 More
"The Profile of Jonas Aquino" ("O Perfil De Jonas Aquino", 22 min, Brazil, Henrique Moreira, Show 10). An attractive late-teen man deletes is "Facemob" profile, facing irrevocability, and then finds the perfect alter-ego has been created for him online, as he suddenly becomes popular. Is this real? Photoshop did a good job, as sometimes he has chest hair, other times not. There's a an odd scene where his alter-ego jumps out of the computer, and then where he has a chance to slay his other self. At the end, there is a gay angle.
"Red" ("Rojo", 20 min, Venezuela, Show 6) has a young man arranging to meet a Facebook gay fiend in a park, identified by a red shirt. Was his father setting him up, or did he entrap his own father as a pedophile online? Indeed, a variation of NBC's "To Catch a Predator".
"Cadet" (15 min, Belgium, Kevin Meul) has a 13-year-old track star coached by his father, who pushes performance enhancing drugs. The boy will turn the tables on his dad at the end. The film has some moderate gay elements and hints of ephebophilia as well in the script.
Update: Oct, 28
Not in the festival, but "Forbidden Love" ("Verbotene Liebe", 3 min) Germany is worthy of mention, if for the heterosexual distraction on the beach. Found it by accident in a motel room.