The Go Doc Project sees the return of writer/director Cory Krueckeberg and actor Tanner Cohen of Were The World Mine (2008, dir. Tom Gustafson) fame. And this movie delivers possibly one of the best films ever to be featured in the queer film festival circuit.

"Doc" (Tanner Cohen, star of Were The World Mine) is a soon-to-be NYC college graduate who spends his time shut in a dark bedroom making Tumblr video posts about his obsession with go-go dancer “Go" (Matthew Camp)—a situation absolutely no one on Tumblr could identify with. One drunken evening Doc sends Go an email asking him to be in a—totally fictitious—documentary. Even after showing up without a camera, Go surprises him and says yes, and the film takes off in a quasi-documentary style chronicling the developing relationship and interactions between the two across Doc’s last summer in NY.


“Getting Go:The Go Doc Project”


Too shy to make a proper introduction, a recent grad devises to shoot a documentary about the NYC nightlife scene in order to meet the go-go guy he's cyber-obsessed with. The Go Doc Project is a fast, fleeting summer fling. It's one young man's foundation firming up as he steps into his future.



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Saturday, October 5  *  9:10 pm   *   91 minutes  *  Director: Cory Kruwckeberg

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