Continental (film)

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Directed by Malcolm Ingram
Produced by Malcolm Ingram
Written by Malcolm Ingram
Cinematography Jonathon Cliff
Andrew MacDonald
Edited by Sean Stanley
Release date
  • 2013 (2013)
Country United States
Language English

Continental is a film directed by Malcolm Ingram, which premiered at SXSW festival on March 10, 2013.[1] The film is a documentary about the history of the Continental Baths, a historic gay bathhouse in New York City.[2] It is also, notably, Ingram's first film since 1999's Tail Lights Fade not to have Kevin Smith on board as a co-producer.[1] The film was funded with help from Kickstarter[3]

Prominent figures appearing in the film, either in archival footage or in new interviews, include Jaye P. Morgan, Holly Woodlawn, Michael Musto, Frankie Knuckles, Bette Midler and Sarah Dash.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "SXSW: 'Continental' Director Malcolm Ingram on 'Gay Fatigue,' Bette Midler and His Fallout With Kevin Smith (Q&A)". The Hollywood Reporter, March 14, 2013.
  2. ^ San Vincente, Romeo (December 2012). "Gay Documentary Round-Up". Gloss Magazine. 
  3. ^ Kickstarter Continental

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