First Trailer & Poster for Lankyboy’s Summerland Revealed

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First Trailer & Poster for Lankyboy's Summerland Revealed

First trailer & poster for Lankyboy’s Summerland revealed

Superchill and First Look Films have debuted the first trailer and poster for the upcoming queer coming-of-age comedy Summerland starring Maddie Phillips (Teenage Bounty Hunters), which is set to hit digital platforms and VOD next month. The trailer and poster can be viewed below!

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Surviving graduation is just the first challenge for Bray (Chris Ball), Oliver (Rory J. Saper), and Stacey (Phillips), three friends determined to make it to the Summerland music festival, no matter what it takes. Embarking on a road-trip in high-spirits, there’s more than just music waiting for them at the end of the rainbow. Bray has plans to meet Shawn, a boy he met on an online dating site he’s convinced is questioning his sexuality. The problem? He’s been pretending to be Stacey, Oliver’s girlfriend, to get close to him.

The film is directed by Lankyboy, a directing duo made up of Kurtis David Harder (Shudder Original Spiral, Incontrol) and Noah Kentis. The two have directed numerous music videos and co-wrote the script for Summerland alongside Chris Ball and Dylan Griffiths. Harder is also a celebrated producer on a number of breakout hit horror movies including Brandon Christensen’s Z, Rob Grant’s Harpoon, Colin Minihan’s What Keeps You Alive and Michael Peterson’s Knuckleball.

Alongside Phillips, the cast for the film includes Rory J. Saper (Find Me In Paris, The Legend of Tarzan), Dylan Playfair (Letterkenny, Descendants 1 & 2, The Mighty Ducks), Noah Grossman (Smosh) and Chris Ball (Incontrol).

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Summerland is a Superchill and First Look Films production and produced by Kurtis David Harder, Chris Ball, Brandon Christensen, and KC McPherson. Stephen Klugman and Stephen Klugman executive produced. The Canadian feature was shot on location at the Joshua Tree Music Festival and on the road in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Fransisco, Seattle, Portland, and Northern California, as well in Calgary, AB.

The film is set to premiere on digital platforms and VOD on September 14.