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It might just be the full moon, but a BOY is sad because he does not understand other boys, and their desires. Both lust for him but one feels no CHEMISTRY and the other likes his LEGS but does not want to meet. Confused he shaves his head, makes his body the internet, so through him they can ‘online’ date until a new full moon appears… and with it hopefully some clarity. Examining the queer millennial shift into online dating, pop-astrology philosophy and ever present effects of a pandemic that stripped us of touch, this film is a reflection of modern gay romance.


Grant Gulczynski, born in 1991, is a British filmmaker based in London.
Between 2013-2016 he split his time between London and Sarajevo, undertaking his PhD in Liberal Arts Filmmaking, under the mentorship of Hungarian director Béla Tarr. These studies lead to the creation of his documentary feature debut, as a producer and co-director, Lost in Bosnia, which screened internationally at festival such as CPH:DOX and Hong Kong International Film Festival. His thesis film five mermaids in the balkans, an exploration of homosexuality in the former Yugoslavia via gay dating apps, went on to screen internationally at Molodist Film Festival and Morelia among others.
Presently Grant is in development with his narrative feature debut, whilst his latest short BATOR continues its life on the festival circuit, most recently at the London Short Film Festival. Outside of filmmaking Grant is the Head of Festival for the Fringe! Queer Film and Arts Fest. He has been a recipient of the Leverhulme Trust’s Scholarship, as well as being selected for Berlin Talent Campus and NISI MASA.


  • Title
    buzzcut make me the moon, make my body internet

  • Rights
  • Country
  • Year
  • Length
    15′, col.

  • Director
    Grant Gulczynski
  • Screenplay
    Grant Gulczynski
  • Editing
    Grant Gulczynski
  • Photography
    Grant Gulczynski

  • Sound
    Ben Goodall
  • Cast
    Andrew Patrick-Walker,
    Luis Amália

  • Producer
    Grant Gulczynski

  • Image + Nation Montreal 2021
  • Reel Affirmations Washington 2021
  • Transition International Queer & Minorities Film Festival Vienna 2021
  • Fringe! Queer Film Festival London 2022
  • Florence Queer Festival 2022

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