If you’ve been looking for an LGBTQIA+ film streaming service, Breaking Glass Pictures and NakedSword Film Works have got you covered with Qreel (pronounced “Q-reel”)!
I’ve reviewed many films from Breaking Glass Pictures, and I’m glad to know that BGP with NakedSword Film Works have launched a queer-centric streaming service.
Announced today, Qreel has been described as “a new LGBTQ video streaming service dedicated to telling the intricate and compelling stories of our lives, Qreel offers high-quality content for everyone in the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer community. From award-winning features to captivating documentaries and progressive short films, Qreel provides a vast and constantly expanding library of queer cinema that will make you love, laugh, cry, think, and celebrate the queer world around you.”
“We are so proud to be partnering with NSFW on this exciting new venture,” said Rich Wolff, CEO of Breaking Glass Pictures. “Since our beginnings in 2009, Breaking Glass Pictures has been fully committed to the wide spectrum of LGBTQ films. We are always looking for new and creative projects that tell a story and represent every facet of the LGBTQ community. This new venture is poised to be a huge step forward in bringing these stories to a new generation of viewers. Qreel will be the ultimate “go to” streaming site for all things queer.”
The streaming service has been described as a passion project from film distribution company Breaking Glass Pictures (BGP) and NakedSword Film Works (NSFW), a producer and curator of LGBTQ features and shorts founded by innovative adult entertainment giants NakedSword and Falcon Studios.
“Ever since NakedSword Film Works produced I Want Your Love and we saw the popularity of the NSFW section on NakedSword.com, I wanted to develop a streaming video platform dedicated to offering our community powerful and engaging entertainment,” states Tim Valenti, NakedSword Network and Falcon Studios President. “Working with Breaking Glass Pictures on Seed Money: The Story of Chuck Holmes and learning more about their library of content, it was clear that they were a perfect partner to launch this site. Qreel.com is only the beginning. Our vision is to build Qreel into a vast media network and become the best LGBTQ entertainment media distribution service.”
BGP and NSFW first partnered on the documentary Seed Money: The Story of Chuck Holmes. The story surrounded the rise and tragic end of the founder and figurehead of Falcon Studios.
You’ll be able to view Seed Money upon Qreel’s launch “alongside over 100 other titles encompassing a mix of award-winning foreign and domestic LGBT features and shorts.”
You can go ahead and subscribe to Qreel for $9.95/month or $79.95/year. Subscribers can cancel anytime.
Have you checked out Qreel yet? Let us know.
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