Gerald McCullouch Stars in LGBT Film DADDY, Out on VOD & DVD This April

By: Feb. 04, 2016

Breaking Glass Pictures will release the LGBT dark dramedy of a mature gay friendship, DADDY in Los Angeles on April 1, 2016 and on VOD/DVD April 5, 2016. Directed by Gerald McCullouch (BearCity trilogy), DADDY stars McCullouch alongside DADDY screenwriter Dan Via, with Smash's Jaime Cepero, Tamlyn Tomita, Tony Winner John Rubenstein, Jay Jackson and Mackenzie Astin. "It's hard to say that the film is anything but wonderful... very powerful and filled with emotion" (The Film Reel).

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DADDY is based on Via's "thoughtful and sharply written" (The Advocate) stage play. The film premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival in fall 2015, where Progressive Pulse raved DADDY features "wonderful and beautiful performances." DADDY went on to win awards at the California Independent Film Festival and Atlanta's Out on Film International LGBT Film Festival.

Official Synopsis Colin McCormack thinks he has it all - a great job, a steady stream of hot younger guys, and a best friend whose devotion he takes for granted. But when a charming and mercurial intern sweeps him off his feet, Colin sees a chance for something more: A family of his own. What he discovers instead is a shattering secret that may cost Colin everything - and everyone - he holds dear.

DADDY will be available on iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, and cable VOD starting April 5, 2016.

About The Director: Gerald McCullouch is an award-winning filmmaker, whose directorial debut film, The Moment After, garnered awards and praise at screenings worldwide. He co- executive produced BearCity 2: The Proposal, the highly anticipated follow up to the break-out indie hit BearCity in which he stars alongside Kathy Najimy and DADDY co-star Richard Riehle. He was honored as one of THE 100 most compelling people in OUT Magazine's "OUT 100." Gerald originated the role of Colin in the NYC world premiere stage production of "DADDY" and produced the critically acclaimed West Coast premiere, in which he also starred alongside screenwriter and playwright Dan Via.