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Breakfast with Scot

Theatrical poster
Directed by Laurie Lynd
Produced by Paul Brown
Howard Rosenman
Nadine Schiff
Written by Sean Reycraft
Starring Thomas Cavanagh
Ben Shenkman
Music by Robert Carli
Cinematography David A. Makin
Editing by Susan Shipton
Distributed by Miracle Pictures
Release date(s) 16 November 2007
Running time 94 min
Country Canada
Language English

Breakfast with Scot is a 2007 Canadian comedy film, released in Canada and is an adapted from the novel by Tufts University professor Michael Downing, the film stars Tom Cavanagh as Eric McNally, a gay retired hockey player turned television sportscaster who lives with his partner Sam (Ben Shenkman), a sports lawyer. When Sam unexpectedly becomes the legal guardian of his brother's stepson Scot (Noah Bernett), their lives are turned upside down. Eric's unwillingness to become a parent eventually fades as Scot teaches Eric about accepting and loving your true self.

The screenplay was adapted by Sean Reycraft from the book by Michael Downing, and the film was directed by Laurie Lynd. The film attracted significant press attention in 2006, when the National Hockey League and the Toronto Maple Leafs announced that they had approved the use of the team's logo and uniforms in the film.[1] Breakfast with Scot was the first gay-themed film ever to receive this type of approval from a professional sports league.[1][2]

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Cast

  • Cameron Ansell ... Finn O'Brien
  • Benz Antoine ... Greg Graham
  • Noah Bernett ... Scot
  • Robin Brûlé ... Ms. Paul
  • Tom Cavanagh ... Eric McNally
  • William Cuddy
  • Colin Cunningham ... Billy
  • Dylan Everett ... Ryan Burlington
  • Travis Ferris ... George Jr.
  • Megan Follows ... Barbara Warren
  • Mark Forward ... Snickering Businessman
  • Alexander Franks ... Joey Morita
  • Jeananne Goossen ... Nula
  • Graham Greene ... Bud Wilson
  • Kathryn Haggis ... Andrea Burlington
  • Adam Korson ... Referee
  • Shauna MacDonald ... Joan
  • Sheila McCarthy
  • Benjamin Morehead ... Hank
  • Billy Parrott ... Security Guard #2
  • Alex Popovic ... Walter Wodlowski
  • Fiona Reid ... Mildred Monterossos
  • Edwina Renout ... Mrs. Morita
  • Ben Shenkman ... Sam
  • Anna Silk ... Mia
  • Vanessa Thompson ... Carla
  • Jamie Ferenczi ... Grocery store patron (uncredited)

Screenings

Breakfast With Scot premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2007. The film was released on DVD in Canada by Mongrel Media in March 2008. Breakfast With Scot was the closing night film at Frameline, the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival, on June 29, 2008. Breakfast With Scot was released in the U.S. by Regent Releasing in select cities from October 2008.

Awards

  • The film won the Globola Award for the best international movie at the Lesbisch-Schwule Filmtage Hamburg (Lesbian/Gay Movie Days) in October 2008.[3]
  • It also won the Team Family Feature Film award from the Directors Guild of Canada, November 2008.

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