Slow will be making its final festival appearance next month at Frameline36. If you can't make it to San Francisco, you can always peep the film here:

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“Pariah,” a movie about black lesbians, is part of a mini-movement of young black filmmakers telling stories that complicate assumptions about what “black film” can be.
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After Church, Charles and Joyce take their six year old son Andy to a shopping mall for a relaxing afternoon. There, Andy discovers what it means to be a man.

Congrats to the cast & crew of SLOW for being honored with the Audience Choice Award (Best Short) at the 2011 Queer Black Cinema International Festival.

Immediate Release BROOKLYN, NY (October 24, 2011) – The 4th Annual Queer Black Cinema Festival, presented by ...

Proud to announce that SLOW will be opening for Andrew Haigh's critically acclaimed feature 'Weekend' at the 2011 New Orleans Film Festival. Screens Saturday, October 15th, 10pm, at the Theatres Canal Place.

Weekend (movie) 2011 - Official Trailer [HD] Director: Andrew Haigh Writer: Andrew Haigh Stars: Tom Cullen and Chris New

The National Film Society has recently launched its YouTube channel beginning with my short film Train. If you have a short you'd like to debut on the channel or know someone who does, join the FB group and reach out to the two founders Stephen Dypiangco and Patrick Mendoza Epino.

Late night in New York, Carl takes the Brooklyn bound F train home and runs into trouble in this thought provoking short film about fear and guilt. Darius Cl...

Proud to announce that SLOW will be screening at the ImageOut: The Rochester Lesbian & Gay Film & Video Festival's Wall, Cincinnati Film Festival, the New Orleans Film Festival presented by the New Orleans Film Society, Queer Black Cinema International Festival, and the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival presented by Three Dollar Bill Cinema.

The cast and crew would like to give a huge thanks to all of the fans of the SLOW page for your continued support. It is definitely much appreciated. In a week or so, we will be announcing a few upcoming screenings as well as an opportunity to receive a free DVD copy of the film.

CONGRATS to the cast & crew of SLOW for winning the 2011 MVAAFF HBO Short Film Competition.

SLOW's one of 30 finalist competing for the 2011 Iris Prize in Cardiff, UK. The winner will be offered a chance to make a new short film with the prize valued at £25,000, the world’s largest international gay and lesbian short film prize.

The 30 short films competing for the 2011 Iris Prize are listed below.
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Daily experiments in LGBTQ One is almost inclined to hurry the scenes along, but the expectation and energy of two sexually attractive black men potentially hooking up, makes the viewer want to stay. As the film progresses, it upturns expectations in a world of instant sex.

SLOW has been accepted to the 2011 Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival and is one of five films competing in the HBO Short Film Competition.

In honor of SLOW's Outfest World Premiere screening this weekend, I've decided to make it a true premiere by releasing it online for the next 48 hours. Enjoy. #NSFW.

NSFW. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED. Logline: 26yo, DDF, 5' 11", 185 fit. 7 cut. Vers. Looking to host now. 420 is cool. Send a face pic. In honor of SLOW's Outfest World Premiere screening this weekend, I've decided to make it a true premiere by releasing...

To celebrate SLOW's upcoming World Premiere at Outfest next month, the film will be available to view online for 24 hours the same day as the screening. So if you're not in LA (or unable to make the screening), you'll still be able to view the film.

Slow will be screening alongside Thomas Allen Harris' Marriage Equality: Byron Rushing And The Fight For Fairness at the Roxbury International Film Festival in Boston.

Marriage Equality: Byron Rushing And The Fight For Fairness by Thomas Allen Harris (2010, 17 min.). This short documentary connects the Black Civil Rights Movement with the Lesbian and Gay Marriage Equality movement, weaving archival footage and photos with contemporary interviews to illuminate even