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Wolfe Takes "Steam," "Newcastle"

Photo of Peter Knegt By Peter Knegt | Indiewire January 23, 2009 at 11:25AM

Wolfe Releasing has announced it has acquired North American rights to several acclaimed gay titles, including Dan Castle's "Newcastle" and Kyle Schickner's "Steam." "Steam" is set at a local gym's steam room where three very different women (Ally Sheedy, Kate Siegel and Ruby Dee) escape from their troubles. "Newcastle" is based on the real life experiences of director Dan Castle and his integration as a gay teenager into the mostly straight surfer society. Both films will be released theatrically this Spring.
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Wolfe Releasing has announced it has acquired North American rights to several acclaimed gay titles, including Dan Castle's "Newcastle" and Kyle Schickner's "Steam." "Steam" is set at a local gym's steam room where three very different women (Ally Sheedy, Kate Siegel and Ruby Dee) escape from their troubles. "Newcastle" is based on the real life experiences of director Dan Castle and his integration as a gay teenager into the mostly straight surfer society. Both films will be released theatrically this Spring.

This article is related to: Queer Cinema