GEOGRAPHY CLUB (the Movie) Out on DVD on March 11th

For those of you asking about the DVD of the Geography Club movie, here’s the press release.

Oh, and for what it’s worth? The DVD includes a really great hour-long documentary on the making of the film. It gives an excellent feel for everyone involved — and also includes an interview with yours truly. It’s highly recommended!

Philadelphia PA - Breaking Glass Pictures, Huffington Pictures, and Shoreline Entertainment are pleased to announce the March 11thDVD release of Geography Club, produced by Michael Huffington of Huffington Pictures.  Starring Cameron Deane Stewart (Pitch Perfect), Justin Deeley (“Drop Dead Diva”, “90210″), and Nikki Blonsky (Hairspray), Geography Club has been a hit with audiences since its November theatrical and VOD release across the United States and Canada.  The film is currently available to rent on iTunes and on Demand. 

 

Screeners and streaming links are available upon request.

Based on the first novel in Brent Hartinger’s best-selling critically acclaimed Russel Middlebrook Series, Geography Club is a smart, fast, and funny account of contemporary teenagers as they discover their own sexual identities, dreams, and values.     

 

16-year old Russell (Stewart) is going on dates with girls while nurturing a secret relationship with star quarterback Kevin (Deeley), who will do anything to prevent his teammates from finding out.  Min (Ally Maki, “10 Things I Hate About You”) and Terese (Blonsky) tell everyone that they’re just best friends. And then there’s Ike (Alex Newell, “Glee”), who can’t figure out who he is or who he wants to be. Finding the truth too hard to hide, they decide to form a Geography Club, thinking nobody else would want to join. However, their secrets may soon be discovered and they could have to face the choice of revealing who they really are.

Geography Club (Official 2013 Theatrical Trailer)
Geography Club (Official Trailer)

 

Supporting cast includes Meaghan Martin (“10 Things I Hate About You”), Allie Gonino (“The Lying Game”), Marin Hinkle (“Two and a Half Men”), Scott Bakula (Behind the Candelabra, HBO’s “Looking”), Dexter Darden (The Maze Runner), and Ana Gasteyer (“Suburgatory”, “Saturday Night Live”).

 

The DVD release of Geography Club ($24.99) will include an audio commentary with director Gary Entin, writer Edmund Entin andFrederick Levy and Bryan Leder, an audio commentary with cast members Cameron Deane Stewart, Ally Maki, and Andrew Caldwell as well as a making-of documentary, Membership Has Its Privileges: The Making of Geography Club.

Geography Club:  PG-13 / 83 Minutes / English

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For more information on Geography Club and Breaking Glass Pictures, including preview screeners/streaming links, retail goods, interview requests, press photos, please contact: justin@bgpics.com.

 

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4 Responses to “GEOGRAPHY CLUB (the Movie) Out on DVD on March 11th”

  1. Mike Hathaway 7 May 2014 at 6:12 am #

    I just watched the film on Netflix. While I haven't read the book(s) yet (I plan to!) I have to say THANK YOU for writing this story and allowing the movie to be produced. I think it's fabulous that gay kids have all of this new media to give comfort that they're really now alone out there in the universe. You, in a word, rock.

    • Brent Hartinger 7 May 2014 at 4:47 pm #

      Thanks, Mike! Glad you liked it. And you're very welcome!

  2. Seth Hager 23 May 2014 at 3:51 am #

    Just thought I'd drop by and say how much I enjoyed the movie GC. I watched it on netflix when they first picked it up and enjoyed it so much that I immediately bought the dvd. I know that adapting a novel for film can be tricky at best, so I was pleasantly surprised that the heart and soul of the story survived. I also have to give credit to the Entins for the truth or dare scene at the cabin. It gave me a visceral, angsty teen flashback of a similar experience that I'm sure many other adult gays had (and gay teens are still having). Anyway, congrats on the movie, maybe the story will reach even more teens who need help through such difficult years. And of course, let's hope for a Poison Oak movie, too.

    • Brent Hartinger 23 May 2014 at 5:09 am #

      Thank you, Seth! That whole sequence is one of my favorites in the movie. :-)


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