Queer Global Streaming Network, Revry, Updates it App with Tons of New and Original Content for August
Revry is proud to announce the launch of it’s new updated app along with new and original content for August.
August 15, 2018 – Enjoy LGBTQ+ film, music, series, podcasts, and originals with the new and improved Revry app – the first in global queer streaming! Enjoy Revry’s international queer content FREE instantly with ads! Revry has redesigned and reimagined the way you stream queer content with new features like Collections, to find specially curated selections or the easy-to-use Categories to find the specific content you’re looking for. Discovering new content easy and seamless with smart suggestions for related content based on what you’ve previously watched. Download the all-new Revry app today and discover thousands of hours of truly queer content created by and for our communities! Enjoy Original films, series, music and podcasts. Available on the web, iOS, Apple TV, Android, Amazon Fire, Android TV, and Roku. stream. out. loud.
Loss Prevention (Revry Original Film): When an old-school bar owner and his unruly daughter get caught up in a cat-and-mouse game of corporate espionage, it will take brains, brawn, and help from the lesser of two evils to make it out alive.
Barbelle (Revry Original Series): Following the overnight success of their music duo Barbelle, Veronica and Alice go from unknown couple to internet pop-stars in a blitzkrieg of record deals, performances, and an invasive public. As instant stardom puts its toll on their relationship leading up to their second record, Veronica and Alice learn that it’s not just the internet shipping their romance but a contractual clause keeping Barbelle a couple.
Little Sista (Revry Original Series): Commitment-phobe, Charmaine must learn to grow up when she is paired with an at-risk youth in a Big Brother, Big Sister program.
Joey Suarez (Revry Exclusive Music Artist): Drawing from a wide range of musical influences including Linkin Park, Miley Cyrus and Daft Punk. Joey Suarez has crafted a style of music truly unique to what we currently hear on the radio.
Pushing Dead (Feature Film): When a struggling writer, HIV positive for 20+ years, accidentally deposits a $100 birthday check, he is dropped from his health plan for earning too much. In this new era of sort-of universal care, can he take on a helpless bureaucracy or come up with $3000 a month to buy meds on his own?
Eixos (Digital Series): It’s 2060 and the Brazilian nation is thrown into disarray. Its once proud capital Brasilia has been left abandoned and forgotten, inhabited only by a handful of wandering citizens – until, that is, they start mysteriously disappearing.
Happy Playland (Digital Series): Billie, an anxious actress caught between her passion for stage, and her parents’ dreams of the silver screens starts a new job at a desolate indoor playground, managed by wannabe-insta-star Cris. Billie quickly develops feelings for social justice warrior, Zara, who is sadly, 23 and not looking for anything serious.
INA (Music Artist): INA is a Swedish pop artist who’s been seen on MTV, LOGO TV and performed at the American Music Awards. She’s a voting member of the Grammy recording academy, winner of IndieNation Awards, LA Hard Rock Rising and LA Music Awards. INA performed the main stage at this years Long Beach Pride and had her EP release party at Tigerheat, Avalon. She recently signed with Revry and had a screening at Out Web Fest Awards for her latest music video “Overthinking”. The video will premiere on Revry TV.
Matt Palmer (Music Artist): Matt Palmer is an LA-based Pop/R&B singer-songwriter, and he is preparing to release a seven song Visual EP entitled Get Lost. 2014’s Stranger Than Fiction marked his debut as an openly gay artist, and Get Lost delves even deeper by telling the story of a specific relationship from start to finish. The visual co-stars Instagram celebrity Max Emerson, and the dance-inspired tracks were produced by A-Minor, Drew Scott, and NAKID (formerly Edwynn x Tikal), among others.
Gabe Lopez (Music Artist): Gabe Lopez has recently crossed the US and UK opening for Belinda Carlisle on her 2014-2017 tours. His songs are currently on Sirius XM Radio, iHeart Radio, and FM radio – most recently his new singles “LASSO” and “CALIFORNIA BLUES,” which features the pop icon BELINDA CARLISLE. He has produced and written for BELINDA CARLISLE, NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK, JOEY McINTYRE, JAMES BROWN, KRAYZIE BONE, CHARICE, TYLER HILTON, MS. TRINITI, SHINEE, TAE YANG, SUPERJUNIOR, STREETLIGHT HARMONIES SOUNDTRACK, EMERY KELLY, VARSITY FANCLUB and more.
Edge of Normal (Digital Series): Six teenage girls have a secret. They all possess extraordinary, mysterious and dangerous powers and struggle to grow up in a world where their mistakes have deadly repercussions.
John Loos: Too Big for this World (Digital Series): “John Loos: Too Big for this World” is a sketch comedy series in the vein of Key & Peele and Inside Amy Schumer, but not like those at all, and 500 times gayer.
She (Short Documentary): “She” follows Tanesh Nutall, a black transgender woman from Rahway, NJ, who was dismissed from using a women’s restroom in downtown San Francisco. In addition, Tanesh revisits her family as a transgender woman after not having seen them for 20+ years.
Golden Boys (Short Film): Scott, Dylan and Carter, three longtime friends on an unexpected bender, break into their old private school looking for some reckless fun. But soon, long forgotten memories come back to the surface, reminding Scott of his confusing friendship with Dylan and the difficult reality of his private school past.
EB Rebel (Music Artist): In 2016, EB Rebel released her EP “TRANCE” with the lead single “Don’t Care”. The song received mounds of favorable press including a feature in the national publication Afropunk. “Don’t Care” was also featured on the soundtrack for “Stay Woke” a BET documentary produced by Jesse Williams, which also featured hip hop greats J.Cole and Kendrick Lamar. Rebel released her latest EP “Mama, I’m Ok” in May 2018.
Putting On (Revry Original Series): “Putting On” is a docu-series following On Mekahel, a model and entrepreneur who starts an underwear company with his ex-boyfriend.
What’s the T? (Feature Documentary): “What’s the T” is a documentary that explores the challenges, successes and lives of five transgender women. These five women represent normality and abnormality, seamlessly in their daily efforts to achieve a balance of feminine and masculine as the day may require.
Naranja (Animated Short Film): A woman endures harassment and catcalling, reflected in the spots these acts leave behind.
Cocoon (Short Film): An adolescent girl in China discovers her mother’s secret, which disrupts her family life.
Shopping For Fangs (Feature Film): A lesbian and a man, who believes he might be a werewolf, find out who they really are.
In This Family (Short Documentary): What is it like coming out as a gay teen in the Philippines? In a country imbued with traditional Catholic views, coming out is received with disapproval and anger, especially from one’s own family.
Revry is the premier queer digital media network for the inclusive 21st century LGBTQ+ community. As the first-ever global queer streaming service, Revry offers a uniquely curated selection of domestic and international entertainment that includes iconic, award-winning narrative and documentary films, cutting-edge series and originals along with the world’s largest queer libraries of groundbreaking podcasts, music albums and videos. Revry is available worldwide on seven OTT, mobile, and online platforms, and hosts the only exclusive LGBTQ linear channels on Pluto TV and XUMO, reaching up to 70 million people in over 100 countries. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Revry is led by an inclusive team of queer, multi-ethnic and allied partners who bring decades of experience in the fields of tech, digital media, and queer advocacy.
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