Thursday, November 2nd, 2023

Boys on Film 23 : the penultimate edition of Peccadillos new short queer films is now available



Must all good things come to end? Since 2009, U.K.-based LGBTQ+ film distributor Peccadillo Pictures has been dutifully assembling the sexiest and most thought-provoking gay short films from all over the world in its Boys On Film series.  We think it an essential service as there is a wealth of queer shorts that mostly disappear after playing the LGBTQ+ Film Fest Circuit, and they deserve to find their widest audience.

So it’s kinda sad that Peccadillo has announced DANGEROUS TO KNOW is the penultimate DVD/release in this series claiming that “Our revenues from Boys On Film have been decreasing considerably over the years. It takes a lot of time, effort, and expense to pay for the relevant licenses, design, and marketing to put these compilations together. Rampant piracy has not helped.

This 33rd edition has a wonderfully diverse program that includes: 

MY UNCLE’S FRIEND (Brazil) –  Dir. Renato Turnes

BUDAPEST CLOSED CITY (Hungary)  –  Dir. Máté Konkol

EDEN (Belgium)  –  Dir. Sven Spur

CHAPERONE (USA)  –   Dir. Sam Max.  starring Zachery Quinto

BREAK ME (Norway)  –   Dir. Israsj Asanti

BY HIS WILL (Israel)  –  Dir. Uriel Torten

RED ANTS BITE (Georgia)  –   Dir. Elene Naveriani

HORNBEAM (UK)  –  Dir. Mark Pluck

JIM (UK)  –  Dir. Tom Young

TOO ROUGH (UK)  –  Dir. Sean Lìonadh


Posted by queerguru  at  10:31

Genres:  comedy, coming of age, coming out, documentary, dramedy, international

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