The Two Gay Geeks received this press release from our good friend Mona at ILDKMedia about a new film to be released by Wolfe Video on May 19th at Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Google Play, VUDU video among many others.
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San Francisco, CA – Wolfe Video, the largest exclusive distributor of gay and lesbian films, today announced the early digital release of Wendy Jo Carlton’s critically acclaimed feature film, Good Kisser.
The film will be available for purchase and rent on May 19, 2020 ahead of its DVD release set for June 16th, 2020. Good Kisser will stream on a variety of digital platforms including Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, FandangoNOW, Google Play, VUDU and WolfeOnDemand.com.
From award-winning writer/director Wendy Jo Carlton, (Easy Abby, Jamie and Jessie are Not Together), comes this fresh, romantic ride, brimming with mind games and erotic tension.
Kate and Jenna want to spice up their relationship by opening it up to a third and plan a date with the enchanting Mia. Jenna becomes enthralled with Mia’s sexual confidence and charm, and as they spend the evening dancing, drinking tequila, and sharing secrets, the women become entangled physically and emotionally. But what was intended as a night of fun soon exposes the cracks in Kate and Jenna’s relationship. Careful what you wish for.
Written and directed by Wendy Jo Carlton, who has been making female-oriented queer movies for two decades, Good Kisser features an ensemble cast starring Kari Alison Hodge, Julia Eringer, Courtney McCullough, and the feature debut of Rachel Paulson (younger sister of actor, Sarah Paulson).
“It’s amazing to work with Wolfe to share my new feature romance with the world, as their prowess will help us reach an audience that is hungry for more quality queer cinema,” says Wendy Jo Carlton.
“We have wanted to work with Wendy Jo Carlton for years and are glad to have that opportunity with the release of her sexy new film, Good Kisser. We are excited to share her portrayal of an authentic lesbian experience with our loyal Wolfe audience,” says Kathy Wolfe, CEO & Founder at Wolfe Video.
Wendy Jo Carlton directed her first feature, Hannah Free, starring Emmy-winner Sharon Gless, in 2009. Her second feature, Jamie and Jessie are Not Together, is said to be the first lesbian RomCom musical, with film critic Roger Ebert giving it a glowing review, and AutoStraddle.com listing Jamie and Jessie are Not Together as one of the “Top 100 Lesbian Movies of All Time”. Her award-winning lesbian web series, Easy Abby, received 50 million views online, and is now an Original Series on Revry.tv.
Wendy Jo Carlton is an Associate Producer on the award-winning documentary, Circus of Books, executive produced by Ryan Murphy, on Netflix (2020).
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ABOUT WOLFE VIDEO
Founded in 1985 and now celebrating 35 years as the largest exclusive distributor of lesbian, gay, bi and transgender (LGBT) films, Wolfe Video has released some of the most popular LGBT films of the last year, including: 1985; Adam; An Almost Ordinary Summer (Croce e Delizia); Anchor and Hope; Mario; Hurricane Bianca: From Russia With Hate; Princess Cyd; and Retablo. Wolfe Video has partnered with the most creative voices in the global LGBT film community to bring memorable films to general audiences including the feature debut of Bianca Del Rio in Hurricane Bianca and Nicole Conn’s A Perfect Ending and Elena Undone. Upcoming releases include Good Kisser and Jules of Light and Dark. Wolfe’s library of beloved modern classics includes such acclaimed hits as Sordid Lives; Reaching For The Moon; Cloudburst and Big Eden. Wolfe’s complete motion picture library can be found at WolfeVideo.com as well as at national and digital retailers such as Amazon, Apple TV, Comcast, Charter, Hulu, Netflix and WolfeOnDemand.com.