Director Rosser Goodman's Holding Trevor, last year's gay film festival circuit romance favorite, is to have its television premiere on cable channel here! Friday October 3rd.

Freshman writer Brent Gorski also stars as the film's protagonist.

Trevor (Brent Gorski, Nightshadows, Fast Times at Hero High) is a twenty-something floundering telemarketer who has been taking care of his on-again, off-again heroin-addicted boyfriend Darrell since he was sixteen. But after another apparent overdose, Trevor says he is ready to walk away.

His friends – Jake (Jay Brenner, Shortbus) a struggling gay musician whose promiscuous quests give rise to an HIV bugaboo, and lonely fashion designer/roomie Andie – encourage him to move past Darrell.

At the emergency room, in walks opportunity in the form of hunky intern Ephram. Trevor soon finds himself falling in love with Ephram, but something seems to be holding him back.

Holding Trevor is a gay look at generation blank's self-lacerating struggle to reconcile bad indecisions of the past with the promise of the future.

“We are incredibly pleased to be bringing Holding Trevor to the network,” said Mark Reinhart, Executive Vice President of Acquisitions and Distribution for here!, in making the announcement. “The film, showcasing the multi-talented writer/producer Brent Gorski, is a strong indicator of things to come from the next generation of filmmakers and we are excited to be able to bring this thought-provoking story to the small screen.”

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