WATCH: Episode Two of Sexy New Gay Web Series “About Him”
Here’s episode 2 of the sexy new series “About Him” from director Henderson Maddox (Steel River, The Boyz Next Door).
WATCH: Premiere Episode of Sexy New Gay Web Series “About Him”
In the premiere episode of the sexy new series “About Him,” director Henderson Maddox introduces us to an attractive sexy cast sexily navigating through sexy relationship and sexy sexuality issues.
WATCH: Season 2 Premiere of The Boyz Next Door ATL
For those of you who like LGBT reality shows, filmmaker Henderson Maddox brings us the season 2 premiere of his reality show web series The Boyz Next Door Atlanta. This season brings the show back to Atlanta after a pit stop in Los Angeles. The…
CA Podcast #51 – “These Cypher Avenue Streets”
In this podcast, hosts Octavius Williams and Nick Delmacy discuss Kendrick Lamar, Respectability Politics of Black Hair, Extreme Fetishes and Their Response to the Recent Accusation In The “FREEFALL” Documentary That They Don’t Support The Black Gay Community Because They Give Them Negative Web Series Reviews.
WATCH: Extended Teaser For Sexy New Web Series “About Him”
This sexy new series, like so many sexy others from black gay filmmakers, features an attractive sexy cast sexily navigating through sexy relationship and sexy sexuality issues.
WATCH: “Industry Gays Atl-“…Uh, We Mean “Industry Guys Atlanta” Trailers
The new docudrama “Industry Guys Atlanta” premiering December 7th 2015 finally shows the reality of our lives!
REVIEW: Trans Men Pilot “Eden’s Garden” + How To Make Black Gay Film Better
I won’t say that my expectations were extremely high when I first discussed the trailers for the new web series “Eden’s Garden” starring Masculine Black Trans Men. However, I expected much more than what we got in the much anticipated first episode.
WATCH: Black Gay Vampire Web Series – VAMPIRE G
A new black gay web series has surfaced, this time with an unique twist: Vampires. From the producers of the Atlanta based “down low” series, T.R.A.D.E. It All comes what could be a narrative breath of fresh air in the realm of black gay media.
WATCH: Eden’s Garden – A Web Series Starring (Masculine) Trans Men
Coming in 2015, the web series “Eden’s Garden” will reveal the seldom explored reality for trans men of color. Created by 26-year-old Seven King, the 13-episode scripted series will feature a main cast of female-to-male transgender men.
WEB SERIES REVIEW: The Boyz Next Door – Los Angeles
Filmmaker Henderson Maddox (Steel River) is back with another season of his web series, The Boyz Next Door. This time it’s set in Los Angeles, “The Place Where Everyone is a Star,” according to the series’ trailer.
WATCH: Cheetah in August (Web Series Trailer)
Here are promo videos for a new black gay web series called “Cheetah in August” premiering later this year. The series is directed by Anthony Newsome and written by Andrew Malone for Bawn TV, an indie internet network producing gay content.
WATCH: BAG MAN
More disappointing time spent this week viewing another black gay web series on YouTube from a “can you review my web series on your website” director’s email request. I’m replaying dialogue in my head between Nick Delmacy and screenwriter James Peoples from Podcast #23 about…
CA Podcast #23 – Guide To Fixing Black Gay Films and Web Series
In this podcast, Cypher Avenue founder Nick Delmacy joins openly gay Black & Sexy TV screenwriter and Los Angeles resident James Peoples to discuss the sad state of Black Gay Film, the lack of quality projects and what most filmmakers are doing wrong. As a bonus, Nick and James brainstorm a new web series idea on the spot to prove that creative ideas featuring Black Gay Characters are possible!
Does This FREEFALL Interview Prove There’s Financial Hope For Black Gay Content Creators?
In a recent interview with the small UK based LGBT blog, Vada Magazine, the creator of the web series Freefall, Lamont Pierre, opened up with interesting details about the show that may give hope to new content creators.
CA Podcast #21 – Roundtable: Gay Origin Stories, The Burden of Masculinity, Fem Gay Media Stereotypes
In this podcast, Ocky Williams and Nick Delmacy join five members of Cypher Avenue to discuss the moments they accepted that they were gay or bisexual, Coming out stories, the lack of black gay/bisexual role models they can relate to, the burden of being masculine gay men and the overwhelming flamboyant stereotypes of gay men in the media.
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