Getting Go, The Go Doc Project
In this film, we find Tanner Cohen (Were The World Mine) staring as a shy college student who invents a fake documentary project to get close to Go (Matthew Camp), a NYC go-go dancer he is infatuated with in Getting Go, The Go Doc Project.
A hybrid between a documentary and narrative film, director Corey Krueckeberg captures a unique look on modern dating and the classic story of lust becoming love – and then some. The film focuses on Doc (Cohen), who is too shy to introduce himself to Go, a go-go dancer he develops a cyber-crush on. Doc devises a plan to shoot a documentary about the NYC nightlife scene and enlists the help of Go, following his subject across the city and ultimately chronicling their developing relationship.
“This fast, fleeting summer fling in the city is camp-fabulous!” –Robin Dorner, The Gayly
The film also stars Ramon Olmos Torres, Judy McLane and Tedd Merritt.
Getting Go, The Go Doc Project won the Special Jury Award at the Toronto Inside Out Film Festival and the Best Men’s Feature at the North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. The film received an honorable mention at the Seattle LGBT Film Festival and was named Best LGBT Film at the Rhode Island International Film Festival.
Getting Go, the Go Doc Project debuts across all digital platforms beginning July 8 before arriving on DVD August 5 from Wolfe Video. It has a runtime of 91 minutes and is not rated. It debuts digitally on July 8 and on DVD August 5.
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The Gayly – July 9, 2014 @ 10:30am