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BearCity (2010) directed by Douglas Langway

Set in New York's gay "bear" scene and taking a cue from the popular HBO franchise "Sex and the City," BearCity follows a tight-knit pack of friends experiencing comical mishaps, emotionally sweet yet lusty romantic encounters and a cast of colorful, diverse characters as they gear up for a big party weekend.

Director: Douglas Langway

Writers: Douglas Langway, Lawrence Ferber

Release Date: 24 October 2010 (USA)

Genres: Comedy

Taglines: Romance can be hairy

Storyline: Take the girls from "Sex and the City," inject them with large amounts of testosterone, tape fur coats to their bodies – and you have something almost as great as BearCity. In this award-winning romantic comedy from director Douglas Langway (Raising Heroes) and co-writer Lawrence Ferber, viewers are given an insider pass to a burly, tight-knit group of New York City friends who are trying to make it through life’s twisted paths and love’s absurdities without getting lost. When twinkie newbie and closet bear chaser Tyler (Joe Conti) joins the gang, he has no idea the impact his new friends will have on his life. Invited to move in with the group's very own "Yogi and Boo Boo," Fred (Brian Keane) and Brent (Stephen Guarino, "The Big Gay Sketch Show"), Tyler becomes a fast staple. As in any good romantic comedy, our hot young lead needs a love interest; insert Roger (Gerald McCullouch) the hot Casanova of muscle bears. The film oozes with sexual tension. It spills over with comic relief added by full-of-heart, "Mama-Bear" Michael (Gregory Gunter), BearCity is a prime cut of movie-beef. From society's pressure to fit into a mold, to the trials and tribulations of a long-term relationship, rediscover the importance of true friendship in your life.

"The romantic comedy that is “Bear City” is set against the hurly burly of New York City nightlife during a big bear party weekend of lust, love, and life." --Joseph R. Saporito, qmetropolis.com
"Bear culture meets Sex And The City in this ground-breaking romantic comedy!" --Gaylife.com
"A barrel of fun!" --The Village Voice
"A sweet tale worth a 'woof'!" --Time Out New York
“An outrageous romantic comedy set in New York’s bear scene.” —Advocate.com

Awards: OutFest 2010 Grand Jury Award for Outstanding Screenplay and Outstanding Actor in a Feature Film

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Cast (in credits order)
Joe Conti ... Tyler
Gerald McCullouch ... Roger
Brian Keane ... Fred
Stephen Guarino ... Brent
Alex Di Dio ... Simon
Gregory Gunter ... Michael
James Martinez ... Carlos
Sebastian La Cause ... Fernando
Christian Dante White ... Cory
David Drake ... Dr. Straube
Peter Stickles ... Executive
Ashlie Atkinson ... Amy
Randy Jones ... Buck
Blake Evan Sherman ... Melvin
Jonathan McEwan ... Ted
Jack Bethke ... Randy (as Jack G. Bethke)
Leslie L. Smith ... Greg
Kevin E. Smith ... Santa
Roland Rusinek ... Frank
Joe Zaso ... Steve
Fernando Mateo Jr. ... Keith
Roy War ... Peter (as Raul Guerra)
Vayu O'Donnell ... Paul
Dan Derby ... Paul's Boyfriend
Bill McKinley ... Rob
Will Bethencourt ... Jack
Fergus O'Brien ... Jim
Paul Mauriello ... Bob
Johnathan Cerio ... Danny
Justin Stafford ... Drag Queen (as Trai La Trash)
Mark Singer ... Daddy
Sherry Stregack ... Nurse
Scott Maxson ... John
Michael Hartney ... Robbie
Joe Mannetti ... Hot Daddy Bear
Elli ... Heavy Bear
Mike Quirk ... Handsome Bear #1
Vinny Lomoriello ... Handsome Bear #2
Kerry Watterson ... Muscle Bear
Gary Marcus ... Cub Bartender
Cole Mangano ... Muscle Cub / DJ
James Rudy Flesher ... Bar Patron
Michael Musto ... Himself
Dean Morris ... Polar Bear
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Taso Mikroulis ... Young Actor

     
Tyler & Roger

 
Fred & Brent

 
Michael & Carlos

 
Simon & Fernando


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