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Wolfe Cleans Up at AFM

19 Nov, 2007 By: Chris Tribbey


Spider Lilies


Wolfe Video picked up a handful of titles at this year's American Film Market event, held earlier this month in Santa Monica.

“We are excited to be able to add such acclaimed new titles to our slate for the coming year,” said Wolfe Video president Maria Lynn. “And with the advent of many new gay films premiering in mainstream festivals we are especially encouraged about the prospects of these films finding a wider audience in the marketplace.”

The films Wolfe has acquired, with DVD street dates yet to be announced:

  • Spider Lilies, a “Teddy Award” winner at the Berlin Film Festival, tells the tale of a Webcam exhibitionist and the reluctant tattoo artist who gives her some special ink.

  • Love My Life, a Japanese lesbian student love story where coming out to the family has unexpected consequences.

  • Surveillance 24/7, in which a gay teacher has an under-the-radar affair with a member of the British royal family.

  • You Belong to Me, a mystery where a potential stalker finds his obsession could leave him dead.

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