From director Casper Andreas (Going Down in LA-LA Land) and screenwriter David Michael Barrett (Such Good People) comes Kiss Me, Kill Me, a new gay murder mystery starring Queer as Folk icon Gale Harold and As the World Turns three-time Emmy nominee Van Hansis.
A contemporary film noir set in West Hollywood, the movie makes its world premiere September 18 at REELING: The Chicago Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, followed by an after-party with cast and filmmakers.
Here's the synopsis:
While confronting his unfaithful boyfriend, Dusty (Hansis) blacks-out. When he comes to, his boyfriend Stephen (Harold) has been murdered and Dusty's the prime suspect. Rounding out the cast: Jai Rodriquez (Queer Eye), Shangela (RuPaul's Drag Race), Jackie Monahan (Codependent Space Alien Seeks Same), Kit Williamson (Eastsiders), Yolonda Ross (Whitney), Brianna Brown (Devious Maids), Craig Robert Young (The Last Ship). The movie also features Going Down in LA-LA Land vets Matthew Ludwinski and Allison Lane.
The Chicago premiere launches the film's worldwide festival run. More info can be found at the festival's website: ReelingFilmFestival.org