BEAR CITY 3
First show: March 24
OPENING NIGHT 3/24 9PM hosted by Bear Arts Blogger Kevin M. Thomas! @ReelKev and Special Guest Actor Gregory Gunter (Michael) will be in town for a Q & A!!!!!
Actor Gregory Gunter (Michael) will be in town for a Q & A the opening night, as well as, the Saturday 2:15PM show!
After a continuing losing streak that started at the altar, Roger tries to claw out of financial ruin and into the arms of Tyler. But Jay, Ty’s hunky Fire Chief partner is not letting that flame blaze.
Meanwhile, fireworks explode when Fred’s obsessive tinkering on their bear documentary conflicts with Brent’s baby prep and the unwavering due date of their new born. Mama Bear Michael faces major challenges and finds that love comes in all colors, shapes and sizes.
Join them as they take one final adventure into the woods with the BearCity gang, where romance can sometimes be hairy but ultimately worth every hilarious, sometimes painful and all-consuming moment. Stars Kathy Najimy, Daniel Franzese, and Chris Salvatore.
In 2010 BearCity 1 took the film festival circuit by storm and caught the independent film community heart by depicting a group of characters affectionately known as “The Bears” in the gay community. In 2012 the BearCity 2 gang returned to the screen with some new members. Kathy Najimy, Richard Riehle and Kevin Smith join our returning cast of bears, boys and cubs, for a Bear Week bachelor party in Provincetown!
BearCity3 completes the trilogy and takes one final adventure into the woods with the BearCity gang, where romance can sometimes be hairy but ultimately worth every hilarious, sometimes painful and all-consuming moment.
About the Director
Doug wrote, directed and edited both BearCity (2010) & BearCity 2: The Proposal (2012), both multiple award-winning breakout hits of the festival circuit, garnering Doug personally the 2010 Grand Jury Award for Best Screenplay by the prestigious Los Angeles film festival, Outfest. BearCity & BearCity2 also won several other Best Picture awards worldwide and the Outfest Grand Jury’s best actor in a feature award.
Doug also wrote, produced, directed and edited Raising Heroes (1996), the first gay action film, in what the influential online ‘zine Film Threat raved was “a non-stop speeding bullet of a picture.” The award-winning thriller played film festivals around the world including Outfest, Frameline (San Francisco), and the Edinburgh Film Festival.
Langway is the president and CEO of Sharpleft, a media and marketing firm which also serves as his production studio for the BearCity films. He also appears as himself in Malcolm Ingram’s 2010 documentary film Bear Nation (2010), and is a producer of Ingram’s 2015 documentary film Out to Win (2015).
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