While I have been fairly quiet on social media lately, it has been for a great reason- for the past several months I have been working on a couple of really exciting projects, and I am really looking forward to sharing more about them soon!
Meanwhile, the "Boys for Sale" (WEBSITE) team continues to work on arranging upcoming screenings of the documentary. Earlier this month we were honoured to provide the film for a free community screening in Bangkok that was hosted by OUT BKK (INFO).
Next month, the film will be screening in Switzerland's La fête du slip, during which it will screen everyday during the three-day film festival (May 11, 12 and 13)! More information can be found HERE.
And in June, we will be screening in Munich at the Nacht Scahatten Festival of BDSM & Fetish Films (!). As I wrote on this blog earlier this year (HERE):
Of all the niche film festivals that documentaries I have produced have screened at (Japanese, ethnographic, Asian, LGBTQ, environmental, nuclear) I have been most amused by the number of pornographic film festivals to which "Boys for Sale" has been invited. Among these was the film's Italian Premier in Turin's Fish and Chips Erotic Film Fest on January 20. I have yet to attend one of these pornographic festivals, but our DOP/ producer Adrian "Uchujin" Storey attended the film's screening in the Porn Film Festival Berlin last October and wrote about it on his blog. Not for the faint-hearted. ;)
More information about the dates/ times "Boys for Sale" at Nacht Scahatten will be posted on the film's website and social media accounts as soon as we receive it. In the meantime, general information about the festival can be found HERE.
And we are looking forward to announcing our Indian premier at a festival in Mumbai in May as soon as the press embargo is lifted.
It has been almost a year since "Boys for Sale" held its World Premier in Germany (STORY). Thank you all so much for your support and encouragement over this year!