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‘I’m Fine’ Season 2 coming January 2018!
In season 2 of the acclaimed Dekkoo-original series, Nate decides it’s time to grow up and move on from his breakup with Joey. However, Nate’s fall-out with Jeff continues to loom while the friends in his life seem to have a better grasp of what growing up and moving on really means.
In case you missed it, the cast and crew of the upcoming Dekkoo-original series ‘Poster Boys’ shared the photo above to their social media accounts. It was taken just after wrapping production on the final episodes of season one.
As we announced last week, ‘Paper Boys’ season one will arrive on Dekkoo in 2018.
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We are thrilled to announce that we have acquired the rights to the amazing, ingenious, inventive and downright perfect ‘Paper Boys‘ to expand the series into a full-fledged Dekkoo-original series.
‘Paper Boys’ is a gay romantic fantasy-dramedy about discovering who you are, and with a newly found magical power, becoming who you want to be.
Check out the announcement below that co-creators Curtis Casella, Kyle Cabral and some of the cast shot while preparing to shoot new episodes for Dekkoo:
Here’s just a few quotes about this inventive series:
“Paper Boys is a delightful new web series that takes the sometimes harsh reality of being a confused millennial trying to juggle love, a career, and a new city, and spices it up with a bit of magic to make it all the more captivating.” – The Huffington Post
“It’s fun, sexy and a unique way to look at the gay world of twentysomethings.” – HeSaid Magazine
“It…does impressive cinematic justice on a small budget, but more importantly it feels relatable for combining gay and straight characters into something resembling real life.” – Queerty
You can check out the first two episodes of the series now over at the ‘Paper Boys’ web site until the complete first season of ‘Paper Boys’ becomes available exclusively on Dekkoo in 2018.
A wonderful piece about Dekkoo appeared on the Huff Post earlier this week. The article discusses our dedication to the success of our collaborations with filmmakers (like our partnership with creator Pablo Andreu and his series STRAY) and our mission of bringing gay audiences programming that, in many cases, can’t be found on any other digital platform.
You can read the full article here!
Lily, a fragile young artist fresh out of University, meets an attractive young man named Finn in a club. She invites him to come and stay with her at her family house while her parents vacation in Italy for the summer. But when Lily’s jealous younger brother Jamie finds out that Finn is not who he claims to be, Jamie decides to play a sinister game to get rid of him – and blackmail him into performing some “favors.”
With an absolutely gorgeous sun-soaked seaside setting, ‘Palace of Fun‘ is an erotic an luxurious feast for the eyes inspired by art house thrillers of the 1960s and 70s.
WARNING! Lead actors George Stocks and Andrew Mullen are scorching hot so when they start hooking-up, it might just take your breath away.
‘Palace of Fun’ is now available to stream on Dekkoo one week before DVD!
The Iris Prize is an international LGBT short film award open to any short film which is by, for, about or of interest to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex audiences. It is awarded at the end of an annual festival held in Cardiff, Wales that includes screenings of the 30 competing short films along with screenings of several feature films and panel sessions with visiting film makers. In addition to the coveted Iris Prize, the winner receives £30,000 to make their next short film.
The 2017 Iris Prize was awarded to ‘Mother Knows Best‘ from Swedish director Mikael Bundsen.
Iris Prize jury chair Brian Robinson said of the short: “Mother Knows Best is a brilliantly scripted and intense short film which uses a great economy of shots to tell a powerful and beautifully acted, universal story in which the realities of a young gay man’s different relationships with his parents are played out.”
Dekkoo is proud to feature ‘Mother Knows Best‘ as part of the Dekkoo streaming library so, if you haven’t yet, be sure to check it out!