TGGEEKS.com Presents An Exclusive First Look At The Acclaimed Queer Short Film “MORNING AFTER”
The Two Gay Geeks are proud to present the exclusive online premiere of the short film, Morning After, directed by our good friend Patricia Chica.
We are so excited to share this film with the world and we thank Patrica for the honor of allowing this exclusive.
Let us know what you think of this short film. You may leave your comments int he section below. As always, we welcome your feedback upon all of our content.
(Phoenix, AZ) – June 1st, 2019. TGGeeks.com, a popular news outlet showcasing independent cinema and artists, is the proud presenter of the online release of Patricia Chica’s acclaimed queer short film, Morning After. The rapturous and enlightened coming-of-age drama delves into the topics of sexual fluidity and identity. This online release is intended to commemorate the International LGBTQ Pride Month happening in June each year.
MORNING AFTER – Award-Winning Fluid Short Film [Showcased by TGGeeks.com] from Patricia Chica on Vimeo.
MAKING-OF DOCUMENTARY: https://vimeo.com/233678258
“The Two Gay Geeks have been fortunate to be involved with the lovely short ‘Morning After’ since the early days. We started out just covering the film from a press perspective,” says Ben Ragunton of TGGeeks.com.
“Then we saw the film start to take shape and we believed in the message and those involved so much that we decided to support it financially. It is a great honor to have this film on our website where we support Independent Creators and value diversity,” adds Keith Lane of TGGeeks.com.
About Morning After
Morning After is directed by Patricia Chica, written by Kristian Hodko and produced by Patricia Chica (Flirt Films) and Byron A. Martin (Byron A. Martin Productions). It’s a bold and playful drama that explores the subject of sexual fluidity, queer energy and human desire. This poignant and moving coming-of-age tale perfectly captures the challenges and tribulations of five friends who decide one night to explore their sexuality and realize that they may not fall within societies’ clean-cut lines.
After a long time abroad, a young man returns home and reunites with friends. A sensual game amongst them forces him to confront deep conflicts within himself that lead to a powerful awakening.
The Film stars five bright rising actors from Canada – Thomas Vallières (Game of Death), Zoé de Grand Maison (Riverdale), Joey Scarpellino (Lance et Compte), Jordana Lajoie (Identity) and Kristian Hodko (The Howling: Reborn) who also wrote the script. Executive Producers: Marc Carle and Juan Grey; Producers: Patricia Chica (Quebec) and Byron A. Martin (Ontario); Co-Executive Producers: Raj Maan, Ben Ragunton, Keith Lane, Jessica Moreno, Lisa Powers, Tariq Rahman, and Andrew Wong; Line Producer: Kathy Wolf; Associate Producers: Lily Spencer, Dany Gange, Kevin T. Peterson, Rome Keshav Chopra, Bhavna Singh, Richard Duquette, and Bonni Ellis; Cinematographer: Martin Bouchard; Colourist: Nicolas Fournier; Art Director: Alexandre Piedon; VFX: Henry Lipatov; Sound: Bruno Carrières; Re-recording Mixer: Giulio Wehrli; Costumes: Josée Métivier; Makeup Artists: Steph Miramontes and Larysa Chernienko.
The short has garnered over 30 awards and nominations so far including Grand Prize – Ambassador’s Award (Rhode Island), Indie Spirit Award (Idyllwild), Best Overall Short (FilmOut San Diego) and Best Director (Oaxaca, Magnolia, Studio City, Montreal) and been selected at over 80 film festivals around the world including (Festival de Cannes – Creative Minds Shorts Selection, Frameline, Pula International, Image + Nation, RVQC, Hong Kong LGBT, Taiwan Queer, Latino San Diego, Guadalajara in LA and many more).
“I wanted to speak about human connection, energy and sexual enlightenment from a fresh perspective other than the LGBTQ or heterosexual’s points of view. I wanted to make a film about desire and arousal that would go beyond the conventional physical realm… a deeper and perhaps more spiritual approach to sexuality, self-expression and self-acceptance. Morning After is intended to leave you feeling expanded,” says director Patricia Chica.
For more information about Morning After, please visit the following links:
Watch the movie: www.TGGeeks.com
Twitter – Director: @PatriciaChica
Twitter – Producer: @ByronAMartin
Director’s Site: www.PatriciaChica.com