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LGBTQ+ Film ‘Nana’s Boy’ Heads to Digital Feb. 7, DVD Feb. 23

Breaking Glass Pictures has announced home release dates for Nana’s Boy, an LGBTQ+ film from director Ashton Pina (In the Paint, 2017).

The film will be released digitally, on demand, through Vudu, Prime Video, Google Play, iTunes/Apple TV, Vimeo, and local cable and satellite providers on Feb. 7, and on DVD on Feb. 23.

Nana’s Boy is the story of Amari, who, on the morning of his 30th birthday, struggles to make a decision on what’s next and questions his purpose in life. The day takes a rattling turn when an explosion cuts off utilities across New York City, forcing the city into a mandatory lockdown. Amari’s relationship with his partner Q is tested as the couple grapples with memories of the past that could shatter their plans altogether.

Starring David J. Cork (P-Valley) and Jared Wayne Gladly (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt), the film had its world premiere at the 2022 Inside Out Film Festival. It went on to play at Reeling 2022: The 40th Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival, Newfest, aGLIFF’s Prism LGBTQ+ Film Festival, and Out on Film Atlanta, and took home the Best Narrative Feature award at both the Black Alphabet Film Festival and the Baltimore International Black Film Festival.

 

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