A triple-bill showcase at the Drexel this week spotlights three new gay-themed films.

A triple-bill showcase at the Drexel this week spotlights three new gay-themed films.

In "Watercolors," a young artist uses art as an outlet to move past painful memories of his first love. "Misconceptions" features a conservative Southern married woman who receives a message from God telling her to act as a surrogate mother for a gay couple.

And the story of Andrew Cunanan, the aging boy toy whose 1997 murder spree ended with killing fashion designer Gianni Versace before he committed suicide, provides the basis for "Murder in Fashion."

At the 7:30 p.m. screening on Friday, March 26, "Watercolors" writer/director David Oliveras will introduce his film and answer questions. Click to drexel.net for showtimes.