The Two Gay Geeks 🏳️‍🌈 have a chat with Andrew Bee and Kyle Dunbar, actor and writer/ director respectively of the new short film Mute, based on a Steven King short story. We chat about how they came to make this film and Kyle gives us a glimpse behind the scenes into the process he used to make this film. Andrew gives us some insight into how he prepared for the character and some of the challenges presented as you will hear in the interview. We are excited to see this film and once it has a premiere date, we will be running a press release so you can potentially see it yourself. Have a listen and we hope you enjoy this as much as we did.

About Andrew Bee – Actor

As a child, Andrew Bee always knew he wanted to act. Unfortunately, his dream was sidetracked as dreams often are and it took almost forty years to find it again. He has appeared in Suicide Squad, Kim’s Convenience, Saving Hope, and numerous other television shows. He has also acted in many independent feature films and shorts, and some nationwide commercials.


About Kyle Dunbar – Writer/ Director

Kyle Dunbar is a British-Canadian film director, producer, and screenwriter based in Toronto, Canada. Particularly fond of horror stories and anthology shows, Kyle’s projects pivot towards societal satires and ordinary situations that take unexpected turns. He has directed several short narratives of various genres, which include an adaptation of a Stephen King story. While walking a tight-rope between comedy and horror, Kyle’s approach to storytelling aims to captivate and surprise.


About Mute


Based on a story by Stephen King.
Monette, a traveling book salesman arrives unannounced at a priest’s home, eager to confess to a sin that he isn’t exactly sure is his fault. Intrigued, the priest wants to know more, and Monette recounts his story of picking up a deaf-mute hitchhiker while on route to Derry, Maine, during his bookselling spree. To pass time on the long journey, Monette spews the juicy details about his wife’s bizarre love affair and embezzlement schemes.



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