DirectorsA film by
Q. Allan Brocka
Philip Pierce and Q. Allan Brocka
Based on the novel by
AwardsJury Award, Best Feature
2006 Philadelphia GL FF
Jury Award, Best Screenplay
2006 Outfest, Los Angeles
Alternative Spirit Award
Rhode Island Int'l FF
Festival Del Mar
Milan Gay & Lesbian FF
Seattle Int'l FF
San Francisco LGBT FF
London L&G FF
- Apr 6, 2007 10:37 PM Interview with Boy Culture director, Q. Allan Brocka
- Mar 24, 2007 12:20 AM Interview with Derek Magyar who plays X
- Mar 16, 2007 10:38 PM Interview with Darryl Stephens who plays Andrew in Boy Culture
- Mar 6, 2007 1:06 AM Interview with Jonathon Trent, who plays Joey in Boy Culture
- Allan Brocka
- Darryl Stephens
- Matthew Rettenmund
- Phillip Bartell
- TLa Releasing
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- Instinct Magazine
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- J. Todd Camp
- OUT TAKES Dallas
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- Tom Anderson
About me:Boy Culture is the candid confession of X (Derek Magyar), a wildly successful male escort based in Seattle. After ten years of sex-for-pay, X gets romantically entangled with his two hot roommates: Andrew (Darryl Stephens) and Joey (Jonathon Trent), and a reclusive elderly client named Gregory (Patrick Bauchau). But before Gregory will agree to sex, he tells an unsettling love story spanning fifty years and dares X to try something he has not felt in years: emotion.
Based on the critically-acclaimed novel by Matthew Rettenmund, Boy Culture takes on issues of sexual mores and emotional risk with a witty and incisive voice, revealing the leap of faith that love demands.
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Writer, director Q. Allan Brocka's filmography:
RICK & STEVE, animated short film (writer/director)
ROBERTA LOVED, short film with Mink Stole (writer/director)
SEVENTY, winner of PlanetOut Short Movie prize for Best Comedy (writer/director)
GAY HOLLWOOD, an AMC documentary that followed five gay men building careers in the entertainment industry. (star)
EATING OUT, (writer/director)
EATING OUT 2: SLOPPY SECONDS, (co-writer)
PORNO VALLEY, documentary's first 13 episodes (co-director)
CAMP MICHAEL JACKSON, documentary on Sky TV (director)
EATING OUT, the stage musical (in development)
LINO, feature length film (in development)
RICK & STEVE, THE HAPPIEST GAY COUPLE IN THE WORLD, animated series (debuts on LOGO Network, June 2007)
As a humorist, Allan contributes regularly to publications such as The Advocate with his "...Hell in a Handbasket..." column.
- Status: Single
- Here for: Networking, Friends
- Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
MusicSOUNDTRACK AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!
Original music by Ryan Beveridge
and many more!!
iTunes coming soon!
Derek Magyar credits:
Jag, Boston Legal, Charmed, Star Trek Enterprise. Boy Culture is his feature film debut.
Patrick Bauchau credits:
La Collectionneuse, The State of Things, Choose Me, The Rapture, Twin Falls Idaho, Entre Nous, The Music Teacher, Clear and Present Danger, The Cell, Panic Room, Ray, Alias, 24, Carnivale, The Pretender, Wisteria, 9 Lives of Mara, El Amor y ciudad.
Emily Brooke Hands credits:
Eating Out, Eating Out II: Sloppy Seconds, Rick & Steve the Happiest Gay Couple in the World on Logo TV.
TelevisionBE ON THE LOOK-OUT FOR LIMITED EDITION BOY CULTURE UNDERWEAR AT EVENTS AND SELECT THEATERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY, COURTESY OF
BOY CULTURE the book, written by Matthew Rettenmund is now available! Click on the image to purchase:Read the interview with author Matthew Rettenmund at Edgenewyork.com
HeroesCheck out the BOY CULTURE team in these following publications:CLIK Magazine will have an interview with Darryl Stephens in their April issue and they are doing a contest, click on magazine cover to visit!
The Advocate interviews Derek Magyar!IN LOS ANGELES Magazine hits LA, Palm Springs, & San Diego, March 20.
Interview with Jonathon Trent, Darryl Stephens & Derek Magyar!Frontiers Magazine available now in LA, SF, Palm Springs & San Diego. Interview with Derek, Jonathon and Darryl!Read an interview with actors Derek Magyar and Darryl Stephens, courtesy of Edge Publications...click photo to read:..REVIEWS (hot & fresh off the press!)..
LOVES BOY CULTURE. We are the critic's pick this week. Click on their logo to read film writer Jeannette Catsoulis' fantastic review!San Francisco Chronicle gave the film a good review. Visit their internet site, SFGATE by clicking on the masthead.Film writer Kevin Thomas had seen it twice...and liked it better the second time around.CYBERSOCKET's very sweet review - click the logo to readMetrosource Magazine says
"A sweet love with its very large heart in the right place."
Show your support and visit them by clicking on the magazine cover!Newsblaze's critic Kam Williams is showing some love to BC.
Read his wonderful review by clicking their logo!