Director: Cory Krueckeberg
Writer: Tom Gustafson & Cory Krueckeberg
Stars: Tanner Cohen and Matthew Camp
Genres: Documentary | Comedy | Drama
Storyline: THE GO DOC PROJECT is a feature film - conceived as a hybrid of documentary & narrative forms - charting the evolution of a relationship between two young men. The nearly no budget approach - minimal equipment & a crew of two - has given them the ultimate freedom as they explore every aspect of the story & the relationship between the young men as it develops in front of us.
For three weeks in September and October 2012, they followed the guys all over New York City with a camera - into cafes & bars, onto rooftops & dance floors & ultimately into their living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms & bedrooms. The excitement of not knowing exactly what they would end up with was what it's all about.
SPEAKproductions (Tom Gustafson & Cory Krueckeberg) has produced 5 films. Their work has screened in 200 film festivals around the world and won more than 30 awards. Stephen Holden of the New York Times chose WERE the WORLD MINE as “Critics’ Pick” calling it “Movie Musical Magic.” WTWM went on to play 175 film festivals (winning 25 awards) and opened theatrically in 30 American cities becoming a cult gay indie hit. It was distributed online for VOD by Warner Brothers as well as by Netflix and Hulu, for DVD by Wolfe Video, for television by LOGO and the soundtrack was released on PS Classics. Around the world, 15 additional territories have acquired it for distribution. MARIACHI GRINGO recently premiered as the Opening Night film at the Miami Film Festival and also won the top prize at Latin America’s premiere film festival in Guadalajara. It stars Shawn Ashmore (X-MEN), Grammy Winner Lila Downs, Mexican movie star Martha Higareda and Oscar Nominee Adriana Barraza.
Tanner Cohen ... Doc
Matthew Camp ... Go
Doc & Go
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