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TLA Releasing is a US film distribution and production company owned by TLA Entertainment Group. In March 2011, a new LLC was formed for the operation. Its primary output is LGBT-related films from all over the world under the "TLA Releasing" label, as well as horror films under the label "Danger After Dark". Since 2000, they have released over 200 films on DVD and various VOD platforms.
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In 2005, they opened a branch in the UK. In June 2011, they announced "TLA Select", a line of Blu-rays of TLA Releasing's most popular films, including Latter Days, Another Gay Movie and Another Gay Sequel, Make the Yuletide Gay, and Boy Culture.
In July 2011, the UK division lost its entire inventory of DVDs when rioters in London burnt down a Sony warehouse. Sony rapidly worked to replenish the lost stock.
Select films released through TLA ReleasingEdit
- 29th and Gay
- 800 Balas
- Absolut Warhola
- Adam & Steve
- A Little Lust (Italy, "Né Romeo, Né Giulietta")
- Another Gay Movie
- Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!
- Bear City
- Bear City 2 - The Proposal
- Beautiful Boxer
- Blackmail Boys
- Bloomington (UK)
- Blue and Not So Pink (Venezuela)
- Boy Culture
- Boys in the Sand
- Children of God
- Conspiracy of Silence
- David's Birthday (UK)
- Death of a Dynasty
- Dog Tags
- Dorian Blues
- Edge Of Seventeen
- Ethan Mao
- Far Side of the Moon
- Finding Me
- Finding Me: Truth
- Five Dances
- The Fluffer
- From Beginning to End
- Fruit Fly
Danger After Dark filmsEdit
- Brian Brooks (May 3, 2011). "TLA Releasing Sold to Group Spearheaded by Derek Curl". indieWIRE.com. Retrieved September 3, 2011.
- Nigel M Smith (June 29, 2011). "TLA Releasing Makes a Move to Blu-Rays". indieWIRE.com.
- Peter Lloyd (August 10, 2011). "Exclusive: Second gay film company lose stock in warehouse riot blaze". PinkPaper.com. Archived from the original on 18 July 2012. Retrieved September 3, 2011.
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