The Adonis Factor

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The Adonis Factor
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Christopher Hines
Produced by Christopher Hines
Cinematography Christopher Hines
Release dates
  • June 19, 2010 (2010-06-19) (Frameline)
Country United States
Language English

The Adonis Factor is a 2010 documentary film produced and directed by American director Christopher Hines through his own production company Rogue Culture Inc. Filmed at various locations it was shown at a number of gay and documentary festivals. The television premiere was April 2, 2011 on the gay channel Logo.[1]

Christopher Hines' The Adonis Factor is a follow up to another, The Butch Factor, that tackled gay culture and masculinity.

Synopsis[edit]

Hines' film examines issues of body image in the gay community.

Cast[edit]

(All appearing as themselves)

  • Anthony O'Brien - Law enforcement officer
  • Shane Stiel - Disc Jockey / Producer / Website
  • Graig Keyte - Interior Designer
  • Mike Wood - Instinct Editor in chief
  • Bruce Vilanch - Writer and actor
  • Anderson Davis - Actor and model
  • John Ganun - Photographer.
  • Quentin Elias - Singer, model
  • Dr Gregory Cason - Psychologist
  • Dr Tim Jochen - Dermatologist
  • Justin Gaines - Bartender and student
  • Richard Klein - Go-Go dancer
  • Derek Brocklehurst - interviewee
  • Justin Donahue - interviewee
  • Eric Pyne - Urban body fitness trainer
  • Neil Samarripa - Urban body fitness trainer
  • Juan Pablo Zuluaga - Former "Mr Hot Atlanta"
  • Scott Cullens - Company director
  • Jeffrey Sanker - Party promoter
  • Melvin Myles - Party Participant
  • Dr Scott Parry - Steroid abuse advisor
  • Gabriel Perez
  • Deandre Johnson
  • Nic Delis
  • Jallen Rix - Sexologist.
  • Brian Mills - Titan Men director
  • Christopher Saint - Titan model
  • Dakota Rivers - Titan model
  • Darren Main - Naked yoga instructor
  • Steve Waye - Naked yoga student
  • Fred Goldsmith - Community initiative
  • Rick Esparza - Ice hockey player.
  • Clint Catalyst - model
  • Stacey Hummell - Make-up artist
  • Ryan May
  • Jonathan Miller
  • Jeff Pray - Proud Bears
  • Michael Sigmann - Men's Inner Journey
  • John Moore and Ryan Cummings - Life Partners
  • Dr Derek Jones - Dermatologist
  • Dr Greg Mueller - Plastic Surgeon
  • Albert Wyss - Former cover model

Screenings[edit]

  • Frameline Film Festival, San Francisco—World Premiere[2]
  • Queer Doc Festival, Sydney, Australia
  • Oslo Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
  • Out on Film, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Tampa International Gay & Lesbian Film FestivaI
  • ImageOut: Rochester LGBT Film and Video Festival
  • Seattle LGBT Film Festival
  • Southwest Gay and Lesbian Festival,
  • Indianapolis Gay Film Festival
  • Image+Nation, Montreal
  • Festival Mix Brazil
  • Brisbane, Australia Queer Film Festival

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