• Brock Cravy

Queer Horror featured in FilmDoo Anthology

Growing up in over 15 countries between them, FilmDoo co-founders Weerada Sucharitkul and William Page have always had a taste for international cinema. They met in London, where they discussed their love of films, but also why so many of them were unavailable in the UK. So they started FilmDoo in the summer of 2014, with the aim of bringing films from around the world to an international audience.

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This anthology film portrays love beyond the status quo. Five stories about self-love, same-sex relationships, new-found love and polyamory starring a fully, sexually diverse ensemble.

From Mattioli Productions, a trans-owned production company, these stories explore what it means to love without boundaries.

Mass (dir. Linus Ignatius)

Trey feels small. He is gay, HIV-positive and lonely in NYC. All around him are hulking, powerful men, intimidating and challenging him everywhere he looks. Throughout his day, he obsesses over how to get BIG - and his insecurities keep him trapped in a cycle of trauma and abuse.

How to Fold a Fitted Sheet (dir. Tony Clemente Jr.)

Bellamy’s having a bad day. Watch her make it worse.

Neon Boys (dir. AJ Mattioli)

Having a hard time landing a job after spending time in prison; Shawn takes work as an erotic dancer to support his daughter, and falls in love with a man for the first time.

Hopelessly (dir. Tony Clemente Jr.)

Darren is determined to find a connection. No matter how many people he has to go through.

Innocent Boy (dir. Brock Cravy)

Off a lonely Texas highway, a group of hustlers prey on the desperados who have come for sex, drugs and Mommas special milk. When a murderous cowboy rolls into town, a young trans boys quickly sees an opportunity to feed the physical and emotional hunger that has long been ignored by the neglectful Momma. As the boys begin to fall one-by one, Penny is caught between the Cowboys lustful rage, and the greed and corruption that Momma represents.

Innocent Boy 🇺🇸 Starring: Unique Jenkins, Kamy Bruder, Michael Vincent Berry, Ian Michaels, Saul Vasquez, Becky Nitschke.

Director: Brock Cravy Co- Producer: AJ Mattioli Director of Photography: Karissa Leicht

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