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incredibly awesome film.... has touched many of our hearts in Hawaii”
- Connie Florez - programming director
hunk Gerald McCullouch makes a sizzling short thats a fest favorite...
a dramatically audacious and technically assured film.
Moment After impresses with it’s deft shifts of time, place and
circumstance (5 stars).”
a host of “FYE!” on E!TV, Mr. McCullouch traveled to Morocco
and to Egypt to promote the film. The trailer of the film was featured
on the episodes of the 30 minute news and travel program which airs
both domestically and internationally reaching nearly 500 million homes
worldwide. In addition he was given the opportunity to perform the film’s
theme song “Please” which he wrote and recorded for the
top to bottom an excellent film. Beautiful, brave, and thought provoking.”
was blown away. For 13 minutes, I was totally captivated. The production
values, the acting, and the overall quality of the film is beautiful.”
can’t imagine any of the others being better than The Moment After.
The Cinematography is beautiful and McCullouch makes me want to watch
C.S.I. to see what else he can do.”
Gerald McCullouch (pictured with Frameline's co-director Michael Lumpkin) wrote, directed and starred in the festival short film hit The Moment After. McCullouch who plays Bobby Dawson on the CBS hit show CSI, was joined by some LA friends including Judd Winnick, Dan Renzi, and Norman Korpi, all from various seasons of The Real World. The festival short also stars the delicious bisexual actor Gabriel Romero. This Advocate cover boy is widely known for playing gay doctor Fernando on the hit Telemundo sitcom Los Beltrán.