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Check out our New Film “Like You Mean It”

May 21, 2014

LYMI poster1Hey readers,

I wanted to share with you a new project I have been working on, the film Like You Mean It. This film is the first feature I have Co-Produced after two shorts that I also appeared in, the things i cannot change, and the multi-award winning Dirty Talk. It was a thrill to be able to produce a feature that I know you all will love.

Like You Mean It is an intimate drama about two men (Mark and Jonah) determined to fall back in love. The film was written and directed by Philipp Karner who also plays Mark and Co-Produced the film. Karner who has had great success as an actor on both TV (CSI: Miami, Mistresses, Will & Grace) and the big screen (Kiss the Bride and his current festival award winner Diving Normal) has crafted a lovely film about relationships that everyone can relate to. It costars Denver Milord (Jack Reacher) as Jonah along with a fabulously talented cast LYMI STILLincluding Gillian Shure (Diving Normal, CSI), Claudia Graf (Love & Mercy, The Exes), Andrew Dits (My Crazy Roommate, The Bold & The Beautiful), Scotty Crowe (Diving Normal, Rita Rocks, Shameless), Hilary Ward (Grey’s Anatomy, Criminal Minds), Sheila Korsi (Off Their Rockers) and Adrian Quinonez (Castle, CSI).

We shot the movie last month with an amazing crew on a shoe string budget, and we have just launched an Indiegogo campaign to complete the film and help it reach as wide an audience as possible. Please take a look at the video below which tells you all about Like You Mean It and includes some great footage.


Like You Mean It

If you like what you see and are able to contribute to the Like You Mean It campaign, we would be incredibly grateful. Here’s the link to the campaign.

Like You Mean It on Indiegogo–2/x/415305

Check back with the campaign for new videos, footage, music from Denver Milord (who wrote an original song for the film) and more as we will update it in the weeks ahead. You can also follow Like You Mean It on Facebook, Twitter,and  IMDB .

Thank you so much for checking out our new movie Like You Mean It, supporting us and independent film. Cant wait for you to see it on the festival circuit and in a theatre near you!

All the Best,
Jason Boegh

LYMI Fall 2


“Dirty Talk” Hits the Road Again!

May 30, 2013

DT poster againAs many of you readers know, the second short film I co-produced and co-starred in, Dirty Talk, has been on a successful film festival run over the past few months. I have been thrilled and overwhelmed at the great reception to our little comedy across this land as we have played 19 festivals and won 5 awards so far. It’s been incredible, and this weekend we start the latest leg of five more screenings in my college town of San Diego. We will be playing the great FilmOut San Diego Film Festival this Friday night and I will be there along with my co-producer/star/writer/director Jeff Sumner, co-producer Harrison Bloom, our amazing D.P. Jorge Luis Urbina and cast members Claude Knowlton and Ralph Cole Jr. I hope some of you can join us and celebrate our fun little film. I’ve got all the information on that screening and upcoming visits to Kansas City, Connecticut, St. Louis and a reprise in New York below.
Thanks again for all your support!!!

DIRTY TALK Upcoming Screenings:

Fri May 31st at FilmOut San Diego with Love or Whatever at 7:30pm

Sat June 1st~ Out Film CT at 7:30pm in the “Shorts Program”

Fri June 7th ~ Q Fest St. Louis with Interior Leather Bar at 9pm

Sat. June 22nd~ Kansay City LGBT Film Festival with Interior Leather Bar at 9pm

Sat June 22nd~ PRIDE@DMAC New York City (encore presentation in New York from the NYC Downtown Short Film Fest promoters where we won Best Comedy) in the “Gay Shorts” program at 8pm

And here’s more information on the film for my new readers~

Dirty Talk is a short comedy that follows Nathan (Jeff Sumner), a recently-single but conservative English teacher, who tells his best friend Zach (Jason Boegh) about a one-night stand with a hot Latin man (Claude Knowlton) who pushes his limits in the bedroom. Based on actual events, Nathan struggles through the encounter when the man blurts out a clever name he has for a certain part of his anatomy.

Dirty Talk trailer:

Dirty Talk website:

Dirty Talk on IMDB:

Dirty Talk on Facebook:

Dirty Talk Awards~

Best Comedy: Out in the Desert Tucson International LGBT Film Festival
Best Comedy: NYC Downtown Short Film Festival
Festival Favorite: Cinema Diverse Palm Springs LGBT Film Festival

Jason Boegh, Jeff Sumner and Ralph Cole Jr. in "Dirty Talk"

Jason Boegh, Jeff Sumner and Ralph Cole Jr. in “Dirty Talk”

Audience Award for Short Film: Sacramento Int’l LGBT Film Festival
Audience Award for Short Film: Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

Thanks again!!

Jason Boegh

Michael Buble and P!nk Rule the Charts

May 6, 2013

Sorry for the delay on my post about the biggest hits in music this week, but I’ve been dealing with some “real” work stuff as my short comedy Dirty Talk continues across the festival circuit. (We just played Boston and won the Audience Award at the Miami LGBT Film Fest!!) … But back to the music world, Grammy winner Michael Buble nabs his fourth # 1 album as To Be Loved debuts atop the Billboard 200 Albums chart. He holds off fellow Grammy winner and American Idol winner Fantasia who lands at # 2 with Side Effects of You, her third top ten album and second # 1 R&B Album. Also debuting in the top ten are alt-rockers Phoenix, metal head Rob Zombie and Will.I.Am with a slightly disappointing #9 debut for his latest. Take a look at the full top ten below and head to Billboard for more on all the Albums charts.

Top Ten Albums on the Billboard 200:
1. To Be Loved- Michael Buble (debut)
2. Side Effects of You- Fantasia (debut)
3. The 20/20 Experience- Justin Timberlake (last week~ 3)
4. Bankrupt!- Phoenix (debut)
5. Save Rock and Roll- Fall Out Boy (lw~ 1)
6. Based on a True Story- Blake Shelton (lw~ 4)
7. Venemous Rat Regeneration- Rob Zombie (debut)
8. Indicud- Kid Cudi (lw~ 2)
9. #willpower- Will.I.Am (debut)
10. The Truth About Love- P!nk (lw~ 10)

You saw P!nk‘s long running hit album hanging on for another week in the top ten above, and a big reason why is the third top ten smash from the album “Just Give Me A Reason” featuring Nate Ruess which holds on to the top spot of the Hot 100 Singles Chart for a third week. She fends off a strong charge by Macklmore & Ryan Lewis and will have to face some new competition by Swedish dance duo Icona Pop who charge into the top ten with their fist top ten hit “I Love It”. Take a gander at the new top ten below and head to Billboard for all the singles genre charts here.

Top Ten Singles on the Hot 100:
1. “Just Give Me A Reason”- P!nk w/ Nate Reuss (lw~ 1)
2. “Can’t Hold Us Down”- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (lw~ 2)
3. “Stay”- Rihanna w/ Mikkey Ekko (lw~ 6)
4. “Thrift Shop”- Macklmore & Ryan Lewis (lw~ 3)
5. “Mirrors”- Justin Timberlake (lw~ 7)
6. “When I Was Your Man”- Bruno Mars (lw~ 4)
7. “Suit & Tie”- Justin Timberlake w/ Jay Z (lw~8)
8. “Feel this Moment”- Pitbull w/ Christina Aguilera (lw~ 9)
9. “I Love It”- Icona Pop (lw~ 13)
10. “Radioactive”- Imagine Dragons (lw~ 12)

And here’s Michael Buble’s new single “It’s A Beautiful Day” from his new chart topping album To Be Loved.

Check out 3 of My Films at the Out in the Desert: Tucson LGBT Film Fest this Week!

January 23, 2013

After my appearance on The New Normal last night, it didn’t seem like my week could get any better. However, this week marks the beginning of the Out in the Desert: Tucson LGBT Film Festival and I am thrilled that 3 of my projects will be screening there this year. The annual festival begins tonight (1/23) and runs thru Sunday (1/27) and will screen hundreds of shorts, documentaries and features. I’m so excited to have the two films I co-produced and co-starred in, Dirty Talk and the things i cannot change, playing on Saturday the 26th plus the great animated short comedy Troy: Naked Boys Behind Bars Sing! that I did a voice part in plays tomorrow 1/24. Take a look at all the screening information below. If you’re in Tucson, I hope you can make it and I will see you there! … Also, Dirty Talk (now in its 9th film festival) is nominated for the Best Comedy Film Crystal Cactus Award, so come enjoy the film and vote for us! Take a look at all the screening information and links below! And thanks for supporting our films!!! Hope to see you there!

Out in the Desert: Tucson LGBT Film Festival
1/23- 1/27

Dirty Talk
written/directed by Jeff Sumner
produced by Harrison Bloom, Jason Boegh & Jeff Sumner
starring: Jeff Sumner, Jason Boegh, Ralph Cole Jr., Jeffrey Christopher Todd & Claude Knowlton
Saturday 1/26 at 9:45am (Q & A to follow with Jason Boegh, Jeff  Sumner and Harrison Bloom to follow!)
* nominated for the Crystal Cactus Award for Best Comedy Film
tickets and information:
Dirty Talk trailer

DT poster again

the things i cannot change
written/directed by Chris Phillips
produced by Jason Boegh, Cory Schneider, Chris Phillips
starring Jason Boegh & Cory Schneider
Saturday 1/26 at 11:15 am (Q& A with Jason Boegh to follow)
tickets and information:
things i cannot change trailer


Troy: Naked Boys Behind Bars Sing!
written/directed by Michael Derry
Thursday 1/24 at 4:50pm
* nominated for Crystal Cactus Award for Best Animated/Experimental Film
tickets and information:
Troy trailer


Thanks again for supporting these great projects and independent film!!

All the best,

Jason Boegh

Happy New Year Everyone!!!

December 31, 2012

Well, 2012 is coming to an end today and I just wanted to thank all of you for reading my blog. I really appreciate it and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Thanks for a great 2012 and watch for lots more entertainment updates, awards news and predictions, reviews and fun videos in 2013…. And of course, I’ll be updating you with information on my acting/producing projects and appearances as well. Speaking of that, I’ll have info on my appearances on Guys with Kids and Days of Our Lives for ya in the next two weeks, plus Dirty Talk and the things i cannot change are hitting more festivals in January! … So, thanks again for all your support everyone and have a wonderful, fantastic and safe New Year!!!

Happy New Year Everyone!!

And here’s new American Idol judge and Grammy winning icon Mariah Carey to sing you into the new year. (P.S.~ I’m a little too excited about the new season of Idol!!!)

I’m off to Sacramento with “Dirty Talk”

October 13, 2012

I am headed out-of-town again for another screening of our great short Dirty Talk. After premiering in Palm Springs at the Cinema Diverse International Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and being named a “Festival Favorite”, our little comedy played Out on Film Atlanta last week and the Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival this past Tuesday. Now, we are headed to Sacramento for SIGLFF, the Sacramento International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. We premiere there Saturday night Oct. 13 in the Shorts Program at 7:30pm at the Crest Theatre. Head to the SIGLFF website or the Dirty Talk website for tickets and more info…. And if you’re in Sacramento, come to the screening and say hi to me and Dirty Talk director/writer/producer/star Jeff Sumner.

And watch back here for more screening information as we head to Spokane, WA for the Spokane GLBT Film Festival on Nov. 2nd, Santa Barbara for the OUTRageous Santa Barbara Gay and Lesbian Film Festival on Nov. 10 and Long Island for the Long Island Gay and Lesbian Film Festival on Nov. 11th. We will be traveling to a city near you soon!

Thanks for all your support!!
Jason Boegh

Catch our Film “the things i cannot change” in New York this Weekend!

September 26, 2012

From one film festival to the next, I am all over the place! Last weekend, the hilarious short I co-produced and starred in, Dirty Talk, had its premiere at the Cinema Diverse Palm Springs International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and this weekend, the first short I co-produced and starred in, the things i cannot change, will be having its New York premiere at the Reel Recovery Film Festival. I’ve got you covered with comedy and drama from coast to coast!
things is a wonderful and emotional dramatic short written and directed by my friend and a recent New York transplant, playwright Chris Phillips starring myself (Jason Boegh) and the brilliant Cory Schneider. The film explores the lives of a recently deceased drug addict’s ex-lover and best friend who unexpectedly collide in a heated confrontation. Old grievances are aired and blame is tossed about like a weapon as the two come to grips with losing the man they both loved. things was adapted from Phillips’ GLAAD Award nominated play revolver. It’s a very personal film for all of those involved and I really hope you get a chance to see it.

All of the screening information is below. We will also be playing the Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale editions of the Reel Recovery Festival this fall. For more on Reel Recovery Film Festival (born from the Writers in Treatment group) which focuses on films that deal with addiction, alcoholism, recovery, and treatment etc, head here. For more on the things i cannot change, head to our Facebook page here…

Thanks so much for your support. I hope you enjoy our film!!!

the things i cannot change at the Reel Recovery Film Festival

New York City:
Saturday Sept. 29th at 2pm
Quad Cinema
34W. 13th St., New York, NY 10011
* Writer/Director/Producer Chris Phillips will be in attendance  

Los Angeles:
Saturday October 27th at 4pm
Laemmle Monica 4-plex
1332 2nd Street
Santa Monica, 90401
* Producers/Stars Jason Boegh and Cory Schneider will be in attendance

Fort Lauderdale:
Saturday November 3rd at 12pm

Ft. Lauderdale
Floridians for Recovery’s
REEL Recovery Film Festival with Writers In Treatment
Hyatt Regency Bonaventure
250 Racquet Club Road,
Weston, FL 33326

the things i cannot change
Produced by Jason Boegh, Chris Phillips & Cory Schneider
Written & Directed by Chris Phillips
Cinematography by David C. Bryant and Daniel Thron
Edited by David Quantic
Music by Michael Patrick Coughlin including the original song “Some Things”

And here’s the trailer for our film, the things i cannot change:

I’m Off to Palm Springs for the World Premiere of “Dirty Talk” at Cinema Diverse!

September 21, 2012

I’m headed out-of-town today readers. So there probably won’t be any posts til Monday but it’s for a great reason. I’m off to the Cinema Diverse Palm Springs International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival for the world premiere of the hilarious short I co-produced and co-starred in, Dirty Talk. It’s the first screening of our festival tour. We will then be heading to Out on Film Atlanta on Oct. 6th, the Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival on Oct. 9th and the Sacramento International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival on Oct. 13th. For more on our film and those screenings, head here and watch our website, Twitter and Facebook for more info and festivals to come throughout the year. And take a look at the information on Dirty Talk and our Palm Springs screening below.

Dirty Talk at Cinema Diverse Palm Springs International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival

~Sunday Sept 23rd at 7pm before the feature Love or Whatever
(buy tickets for the film Love or Whatever starring Jennifer Elise Cox and Kate Flannery from The Office that also includes Dirty Talk)
* our cast, crew and filmmakers will all be present for this screening and the Q & A!

Dirty Talk
Written & Directed by Jeff Sumner
Produced by Harrison Bloom, Jason Boegh and Jeff Sumner
Cinematography by Jorge Luis Urbina
Music by Michael Teoli,  Casting by Tony Miros
Edited by David Neuendorff
Starring: Jeff Sumner, Jason Boegh, Ralph Cole Jr., Jeffrey Christopher Todd and Claude Knowlton.

Dirty Talk tells the story of Nathan (Jeff Sumner), a conservative English teacher who tells his best friend Zach (Jason Boegh) about a one night stand with a hot Latin man (Claude Knowlton) who loves to talk dirty and takes him out of his comfort zone.

Dirty Talk website:

Dirty Talk trailer:

If you are in Palm Springs today, I also recommend you see the wonderful animated short Troy: Naked Boys Behind Bars Sing! I did a small voice part in this great film by my friend, the talented Mike Derry, that was adapted from his popular Troy Comics series. Head here for tickets to that film which airs before the great feature Elliott Loves. And check out the trailer for Troy below

Troy Naked Boys Behind Bars Sing! trailer

Hope to see some of you in Palm Springs and across the country for our film festival tour of Dirty Talk!
Thanks so much
Jason Boegh

Come to the Official World Premiere of “Dirty Talk” at the Palm Springs Gay & Lesbian Film Festival!

August 28, 2012

As a lot of you readers know, I produced and co-starred in my second short film this year, Dirty Talk. We wrapped the shoot for the hilarious comedy in June and we are now starting our film festival journey. I’m thrilled to announce we will be having our official world premiere at the Cinema Diverse Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival on Sunday September 23rd at 7pm. We will be showing before the new romantic comedy Love or Whatever, so you will be getting two great gay comedies for the price of one. So, if you are in the Palm Springs area or just want to take a trip out to the desert during the festival from Sept. 20-23, grab a ticket to see our film debut. You will be the first public audience to see it aside form a select few at our cast/crew/donor preview a few weeks ago and I think you will have a fantastic time. Take a look at the info about our film Dirty Talk below and head to the Cinema Diverse website here for more information and tickets.

Dirty Talk playing at Cinema Diverse Palm Springs Gay and Lesbian Film Festival
Sunday September 23rd at 7pm in Theatre 2
(along with the feature Love or Whatever)
Tickets and info:

Dirty Talk was written and directed by Jeff Sumner (Ugly Betty, Desperate Housewives) who also co-produced the film alongside Jason Boegh (Scandal, Hot in Cleveland, Parks & Recreation, The Middle) and Harrison Bloom with music by Michael Teoli, cinematography by Jorge Luis Urbina and was edited by David Neuendorff. The film tells the story of Nathan (Sumner) a conservative English teacher who tells his best friend Zach (Boegh) about a crazy one night stand with a hot Latin man (Claude Knowlton of The Closer and The LWord) who takes him out of his comfort zone. The hilarious Ralph Cole Jr. (Two and A Half Men, Dexter, Desperate Housewives) also stars as a sassy waiter while Jeffrey Christopher Todd (Free Agents, Switched at Birth) plays Pip the cocktail boy.

Learn more about Dirty Talk at our website and become a fan of Dirty Talk on Facebook and Twitter. Spread the word and watch our film traverse the country this fall and into next year. We will also be playing Atlanta’s Out on Film Festival the first week of October and another festival we can’t name quite yet. Watch the website, Facebook and my blog here for more updates about screenings, and thanks so much for your support!!!

And here’s a little taste of Dirty Talk to get you in the mood. Hope to see you in Palm Springs!!!

Dirty Talk

“Best in Drag” is Back!

August 2, 2012

The best pageant of the year is back. I’m talking about the hilarious, irreverent and ridiculously entertaining Best in Drag competition that returns to the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles this October 7th. The show, which pits drag queens against one another as they battle for the crown in traditional categories like bathing suit, talent and evening gown, is also a fundraiser for Aid For Aids and they have raised tons of money for this wonderful cause over the years…. The show also features a host of guest celebrity judges (past attendees include Vanessa Williams, Melanie Griffith, Rita Wilson, Holland Taylor, Camryn Manheim, and even Charlie Sheen) plus Kathy Griffin opens the show. I have worked on the show for several years and it is a wonderful and moving experience, not to mention a laugh riot. Tickets are on sale now. Head to the Best in Drag website here for all the information. You can also find info on Twitter and Facebook, and check out their great promotional video below edited by my friend (and my Dirty Talk film editor) David Neuendorff.

Best in Drag Promotional Reel