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Montreal Boy: a brand new webseries

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April 11, 2014 — Tourisme Montréal is excited to premiere the new six-part webseries Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attachedon LogoTV.com in collaboration with Air Canada and Jimmy Lee. When Montreal boy Stephane tries his hand at online dating, he meets the goofy, shy, and insanely hot Hugh. Only problem is… Hugh lives in New York! (Don’t you hate it when that happens?) Watch Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached on LogoTV.com to go on a whirlwind weekend of love, sex, and drama in Montréal…

 

Eager to find out what happens next for Stephane and Hugh? Montreal Boy episodes will be released weekly every Monday on LogoTV.com/MontrealBoy. Montreal Boy stars Francis Ducharme as Stephane and Matthew Ludwinski as Hugh, is directed by Olivier Labonté LeMoyne and co-written by LeMoyne and François Boulay. Fun fact: François Boulay also co-wrote the popular Québec film C.R.A.Z.Y., directed by Jean-Marc Vallée!

 

Montreal Boy: Some Strings Attached is part of Montréal’s unique campaigns for the LGBT community, from the quirky Queer of the Year contest, which got LGBT contestants competing for the top spot, to Do Your Thing in MTL, which brought LGBT talents to Montréal to use the city as their stage. Montréal is one of the most LGBT-friendly cities in the world, with an exciting Gay Village and is home to two major LGBT festivals every year: Fierté Montréal Pride and Divers/Cité. 



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