The adventure of 20-something Bobby as he returns to the gay bar where he got his heart broken for the first time. Upon meeting and spending the night with an attractive stranger named Jonathan, Bobby dreams about what a lifetime relationship with him could be like. The dream takes us on a thirty year journey of ups and downs in life and love. But what will happen when Bobby wakes up to reality in the morning?
QWFF alum Pierre Stefanos is an award-winning filmmaker whose credits include two Oscar-nominated documentaries and three Emmy-winning television programmes as an Editor, Associate Producer of the 2013 Independent Spirit Awards nominee "Gayby," and his first foray into narrative film as a writer/director/producer, the 15-minute short film "Bedfellows," which won over 30 awards including multiple jury and audience prizes for Best Short, Best Actor, Best Cinematography, and Best Original Score. Invited to screen at 150 film festivals in over 40 countries around the world from 2010-2012, including the inaugural 2011 QWFF, "Bedfellows" was later selected for theatrical runs throughout German and New Zealand theaters, inclusion on three DVDs available commercially in a dozen European countries and North America, and made its world broadcast premiere in France in 2012. Pierre's follow-up, "Brighton," is the second film in a trilogy of shorts and was filmed on location in Brighton, England with an all British cast and crew. It has been selected to screen at 30 film festivals since premiering in June 2013, and has already won 6 awards, including 2 Best Actor prizes for lead Robbie Capaldi, in his first professional screen performance.
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