August 18, 2010 06:53am
GayKeith Accepting Adult
Source: Patricia Lee: Press Agent
by: Company Press Release
(HOLLYWOOD, CA) -- GayKeith, the hilarious short film from Hollywood about bi-curiosity, has opened it's doors to Adult Industry Advertising.
''While this short film is certainly grown up in nature, it's mature, not porn / adult. So we think it's pretty exciting, being one of the first mainstream promo sites to accept all out adult advertising,'' says film press Agent Patricia Lee.
''It's a hilarious film about a man who found himself Gay for 40 minutes (on Christmas Eve) in North Hollywood,'' adds Lee, ''It's done in a very amusing, fun to watch style that reminds one of whimsical often animated style of the Monty Python classics. And you'll never guess when Scott realizes he is not gay after all.'' she adds.
GayKeith, the 18 minute, at times graphic, gay curiosity comedy, is packed with creative credits including Writer / Director Leslie Hope (24) and Producer Adam Kane (Heroes, Pushing Daisies) as well as Composer by Jeff Danna (The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus and Fracture), guaranteeing a classic funny film.
Because GayKeith will tour the North American Film Circuit this summer (before appearing online and becoming available for sale on DVD) the website promises a long life of traffic, including current visits to view ''shorts'' released every month... As well as Scott Edgecomb's (the man who found himself gay for 40 minutes) personal blog to which they visitors can comment.
''Each of the shorts are funny in themselves, they're hints about the film or it's creators, or references to the style of creativity. Because this film is doing the Festival Circuit, no more than a trailer may appear on the site, so GayKeith has gone all out creating 15 or more teasers that don't defy those rules. The shorts have been, and will continue to, appear throughout social settings such as FaceBook and YouTube all summer, as well as appearing on the GayKeith.com website and, of course, YouTube.
Why accept adult ads?
''Our decision to accept adult advertising comes from experience. As of late, adult sites have had a lot of road blocks when trying to market, and that's so unfortunate because today's advanced use of the net was built on the backs of these very people and their sites. It was the adult industry who paid search engines and their affiliates millions over the years, to appear on top of the list, and the engines who slowly changed the rules to make it less and less effective,'' Lee continued.
''Search engines are not family hubs. It's been an unfair ride for the industry,'' and while more and more doors are closing, GayKeith thought it's about time a few open, she said, we hope it's a trend that will grow.
For more information about the film or advertising on site,
Patricia Lee: Press Agent