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Title:

BearCity

Formats:

HDCAM or Blu-ray

Sound Tech:

5.1 Surround

Runtime:

110 minutes

Genres:

LGBT, Comedy, RomCom, Romantic Comedy, Feature

Film Language:

English

Shooting Format:

HD1080

Aspect Ratio:

16.9

Logline:

BearCity is a witty and sexy story of a group of big, hairy men – living, loving, and learning in the Big Apple.

Synopsis:

BearCity is Queer As Folk meets Sex in the City - only with more hair, girth and tons of hot bear-on-bear action! Closet cub Tyler fantasizes about stuffing Santa's stocking and finding a Daddy bear to do more than cuddle. But as he dives into the bear community, he finds that it can be hard for a hairless guy to get some fuzzy loving.

Scene stealers Brent and Fred are the maybe-not-so-monogamous couple who invite him to move in as they figure out how to spice things up. Southern bear-belle Michael struggles to juggle his lover, his job search and his body image issues, but an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction might solve all three.

Rakish Roger is the stud-about-town, and he'll pretty much bang anyone with facial hair. That is, until an awesomely awkward encounter at the local bowling alley challenges both his bowling prowess and his bear-loving mojo. Add to that some adorable eye-candy, an indispensable fairy-god-roommate, beer busts and "stroller meat," and BearCity makes for a beartastic summertime romp.

Official Trailer:

YOUTUBE LINK

Trailer Embed Code:

Pull Quote:

"BearCity is Warm, funny, thoughtful... a triumph in the audience-appeal category." - The New york Times, October 21, 2010.

Director Bio:

Doug Langway is an American screenwriter, editor and film director, best known for the multiple award-winning BearCity trilogy (BearCity in 2010, BearCity 2:The Proposal in 2012 & BearCity 3 in 2016), garnering Doug personally the 2010 Outfest Grand Jury Award for Best Screenplay. He appears as himself in Malcolm Ingram's 2010 documentary Bear Nation, and is a producer of Ingram's 2015 film Out to Win. Doug helmed the 1996 festival hit Raising Heroes, the first gay action film.

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