Two of last year’s most-talked about special event guests make a triumphant return to QFest – this time as the subjects of a very special world premiere event. RoadStrip follows CockyBoys models Max Ryder and Jake Bass as they travel across this great land of ours from New York to Palm Springs in a rented RV. We soon see what happens when cameras are on them 24/7 and the line between reality and fantasy becomes increasingly blurred. It also heralds an entirely new genre in gay filmmaking. Having just launched their careers, the two adorable young ‘uns had barely shaken the eggshells from their tender shoulders when their prior film Project Gogo Boy took the gay adult world by storm, racking up a mountain of awards and instantly catapulting both models and studio to the forefront of the industry. This time you’ll see not only the two in so-hot-it-hurts sexcapades, you’ll be witness to interpersonal relationships flowering and unraveling, highly personal interviews, and one of the most revealing - and sidesplitting - desert "trips" ever taken. In RoadStrip, CockyBoys writer/director Jake Jaxson, along with his partners-in-business-and-in-life Benny Morecock, and R.J. Sebastian (who also lensed), creatively fuses gay pornography along with experimental art, cinema verite and raunchy reality, and have fashioned one of the season’s most visually arresting and exciting (s)experiences. - Erik Schut
Attending this very special world premiere event in person for a Q&A will be CockyBoys models Max Ryder, Jake Bass, Levi Karter and Ricky Roman, along with studio owners Jaxson, Sebastian and Morecock. Moderating the entire panel will be PAPER Magazine Editorial Director, fashion icon and well-known lover of all things gay porny Mickey Boardman.
Immediately following the Q&A you’re invited to come to Voyeur Nightclub for RoadStripping with the CockyBoys – a night of debauchery certain to go down in party infamy. Admission is a mere $10 for Voyeur members and $15 for guests. Come get loose with fabulous drink specials from 10pm to midnight and watch in slack-jawed awe as the CockyBoys get cocky right before your eyes - all under the deeply delicious and sleek swirling beats of Philly’s very own DJ Carl Michaels. Voyeur is located at 1221 St. James Street (between 12th & 13th and Walnut & Locust Streets).-- Erik Schut
Saturday, July 20, 9:30 PM
Ritz East Theater 2
Tickets at Venue