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The Australian documentary "Gayby Baby," which follows the stories of four children raised in same-sex families, made the front page of Sydney's Daily Telegraph with the headline "Gay Class Uproar."
Supermodel Josephine Skriver grew up with gay parents, so when she heard about Gayby Baby, a documentary about what it’s like to grow up with same-sex parents, it resonated with her.
In celebration of International Family Equality Day (IFED), Supergravity Pictures is releasing the award-winning Australian documentary GAYBY BABY on digital video services on Sunday May 1.
Supergravity Pictures, a company that markets and distributes films directly to fans, has acquired the rights to Australian documentary Gayby Baby.
Supergravity Pictures has acquired rights to award-winning Australian documentary “Gayby Baby,” a film about children of gay parents.
New on Netflix is The Chosen, a demonic B-horror tale from director Ben Jehoshua and maverick distributor, Supergravity Pictures.
In July, Supergravity Films brought The Chosen, a horror-thriller feature film led by social media star Kian Lawley, to Vimeo On Demand.
Elliott Morgan’s “Premature” Comedy Special is Almost Here!
Elliott Morgan Stand-Up Special Now Available For Preorder From Vimeo On Demand
Vimeo Grabs Another Comedy Special from Elliott Morgan and Supergravity
Supergravity Pictures has some brand-new executive team members.
Internet comic and host Elliott Morgan will star in his first standup special to be financed, produced and distributed by digital studio Supergravity Pictures.
YouTuber Kian Lawley is one of many social media stars stretching their talents with feature-length films.
The day before the debut of the feature film studio’s second movie, The Chosen, it has announced a strategic investment from Otter Media.
Comedic YouTube duo Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox, known as Smosh, weren't the first and certainly won't be the last digital stars to take their talent to the big screen.
As Supergravity builds out its library, it is working closely with Vimeo On Demand, with which it struck a four-film deal this past January.
The YouTube star announced the July 24 premiere on his Instagram on Tuesday morning.
Katie Hawkins joins the production company from Beachbody, the company known for weight-loss brand P90X.
The currently untitled film, which Johnson is producing through his Mom & Pop Empire banner, will explore the closed-door machinations of cable companies.
Kian Lawley is about to become YouTube’s latest movie star.
Supergravity’s first project is “The Chosen,” which began shooting in Los Angeles on Monday.