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D nate Supports the EJAF

2 December 2009


QUOD (Queer Channels on Demand) is proud to announce its support of the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF). From 1 December (International World AIDS Day) up to the end of 2009, all sales of the award winning motion pictures Loggerheads, The Trip and the documentary That Man: Peter Berlin will be donated to the EJAF. These titles feature characters whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS.
In addition, QUOD will feature a free documentary highlighting the vital work undertaken by the EJAF.

CEO & Creative Director, Colin Fallesen, says: "QUOD is extremely pleased to announce its support for the largest HIV/AIDS grant maker in the UK. We hope that all viewers will strongly support this campaign in aid of this worthy cause to help improve the lives of many." is an online LGBT movie, TV, travel and music website delivering high quality (non adult) entertainment to the international gay & lesbian audience.


After its premiere at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, where it was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize, Loggerheads won the Audience Award at the Nashville Film Festival and the Florida Film Festival, and took the top prize at Outfest, the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Inspired by true events, Loggerheads tells three separate yet interwoven stories, set in North Carolina: a handsome HIV-positive drifter living on the beach; a woman desperately seeking the child she gave up for adoption; and a Christian couple faced with a faith defying dilemma. Stars Kip Pardue (ER).

A roller coaster comedy of love, politics and sex, spanning two young men's journeys of self-discovery and adventure from the radical '70s into the '80s. The film won the Audience Award at the Dallas Out Takes and the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival. Also nominated for the Best Feature Film at the Torino International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.


Imagine yourself in mid-seventies San Francisco, and you'll be able to conjure up images of the legendary Peter Berlin. Sex and style oozed from this man in skintight white pants, leather accoutrements and smooth, shoulder-length blonde hair. After just two remarkable 16mm porn films (That Boy and Nights in Black Leather) he vanished from the scene, but always remained an alluring and mysterious icon. Featuring interviews with '70s icons like filmmakers John Waters and Wakefield Poole, Jack Wrangler, author Armistead Maupin and Berlin himself, That Man: Peter Berlin is a lively, compelling and sexy documentary filled with juicy gossip.


All titles are available to view at £2.99.


QUOD is a multi-channel entertainment service, delivered via the web, aimed at the LGBTQ audience. Based in the UK, it has been created by a team of gay media professionals to provide the best in queer IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) services. QUOD’s movie content is currently available primarily in the UK and Ireland. All other services including QUEERCLUB and QUODSHOP are available internationally. QUOD can be viewed on both PC and Mac with a minimum 1MB broadband connection, using the latest free SilverLight plugin for most web browsers.