LGBTQ Film, Morning After, Wraps Production


TG Squared Studios6The Two Gay Geeks have been following the film, Morning After, for quite some time now and just received the following press release from our good friend, Patricia Chica, who just happens to be the Director. We are very excited about the next phase in the life of this film and will keep you posted about the progress of Morning After. See below for the Press Release, Teaser Trailer, Synopsis, and more information.

(Editor Note: Full disclosure- We are Associate Producers on this film)




(Hollywood, CA) – November 2nd, 2016.  Flirt Films, in collaboration with Byron A. Martin Productions, are proud to announce the wrap of Morning After, a bold and playful LGBTQ drama about sexual fluidity. A film helmed by award-winning director, Patricia Chica, from an original screenplay by Kristian Hodko. Byron A. Martin and Marc Carle act as Executive Producers. Filming took place in Montreal’s Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood this past summer.

Teaser Trailer

“MORNING AFTER” AFM Teaser from Patricia Chica on Vimeo.



Outstanding Canadian actors Joey Scarpellino (Les Parents) and Jordana Lajoie (Patrice Lemieux 24-7) both join the team as the emancipated Alex and the provocative Dana respectively. The other talented actors are LAMDA-trained Thomas Vallières (the sexually conflicted Michael), Orphan Black’s regular Zoé de Grand Maison (the vivacious Teegan), and Kristian Hodko (Edward, the catalyst).
This playful coming of age drama is a short film that will serve as a “proof of concept” for the feature film project, presently in development.
Morning After tells the story of Michael, whose life-changing journey is provoked one night while playing a new version of spin-the-bottle that involves chocolate tasting and French kissing.

“Morning After is perfectly timed to speak to the Millennial generation and sexual fluidity in our culture. It presents an incredible opportunity to bring understanding to and raise awareness around sexual identity issues in society,” says filmmaker Patricia Chica.

Morning After is directed and produced by Patricia Chica; Written by Kristian Hodko; Executive Producer: Marc Carle; Producers: Patricia Chica (Quebec) and Byron A. Martin (Ontario); Co-Executive Producers: Jessica Moreno and Lisa Powers (Los Angeles) and Tariq Rahman (Montreal); Line Producer: Kathy Wolf; Associate Producers: Bonni Ellis, Keith Lane, Ben Ragunton, Richard Duquette, and Andrew Wong; Cinematographer: Martin Bouchard; Art Director: Alexandre Piedon; Sound: Bruno Carrière; Special Effects: Cineffects; Costumes: Josée Métivier; Makeup Artists: Steph Miramontes and Larysa Chernienko.

The producers wish to thank their service companies: Cinepool and Video MTL as well as their sponsors Greatness Within,, TG Geeks.comFous Desserts, Frank & Oak, Clozet Freak Cosmetics, Vicky Beaulieu Design, Kyoto Fleurs and St-Viateur Bagels, and all the 115+ backers on Indiegogo.

The filmmakers are presently looking for distribution, sales agents and investors for the feature. Anyone interested in getting involved with this film can contact Patricia Chica at or request a meeting during the American Film Market in Santa Monica, CA.

For more information about Morning After, please visit their social media sites:

TWITTER: @PatriciaChica

HASHTAG: #MorningAfterMovie




Photo Credit: Kraken

Morning After is not only a film about sexual fluidity and accepting yourself the way you are. It’s also an inspiring tale about human connection, oneness and finding the flow that unites the sensual experience with the truth inside of us.

Patricia Chica, director





Morning After tells the story of a young man called Michael, who comes back to Montreal

after spending two years abroad. He finds himself at his friend Edward’s flat with his

roommate Dana, her best friend Teegan, and Edward’s “soulmate” Alex. While only

knowing Edward, Michael quickly becomes friendly with the rest of the gang as they get

involved in a provocative game of chocolate tasting and French-kissing.

Michael finds himself confronted by the openness of the group, who seem to comfortably

blur the lines of sexual identity, something Michael has a hard time understanding.

Michael comes face to face with a dilemma he’s had for quite some time; of not only

questioning his own sexuality, but the notion of sexual identity as a whole, and are labels

really necessary?

The answer to all his questions lie in, the Morning After.



TG Geeks interview with Writer, Kristian Hodko, and Director, Patricia Chica Link
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