Directed by Stephen Cone. With Tyler Ross, Rebecca Spence, Gary Houston, Lily Mojekwu. Eager to escape life with her depressive single father, 16-year-old athlete Cyd Loughlin visits her novelist aunt in Chicago over the summer. While there, she falls for a girl in the neighborhood, even as she and her aunt gently challenge each other in the realms of sex and spirit.
Princess Cyd's recent update
Music from PRINCESS CYD (Official Playlist), a playlist by stephencone1 on Spotify
At long last, our official playlist for your listening pleasure! Happy Weekend!
Princess Cyd | Netflix
Happy Monday, we've landed at Netflix! Streaming now in the US, Canada, UK/Ireland and Aus/NZ!
Princess Cyd on iTunes
We're a 99 cent rental on iTunes today! Spread far and wide, have a look!
[The Daily] Unknown Pleasures #9 Lineup
We're thrilled to be having our German Premiere as the Opening Film of the 9th Unknown Pleasures - American Independent Film Festival in Berlin next week! Honored to be in this company!
DVD reviews: Princess Cyd; Logan Lucky; American Made and more
CYD in The Guardian! Thanks to the esteemed Guy Lodge for the UK championing!
Year in Review 2017 – Film – In Review Online
Also just in, we're one of In Review Online's Best 15 Films of 2017, with Rebecca Spence making the 10 Best Performances! Alex Engquist writes, "Every moment of Princess Cyd is charged with the potential for revelation, making for one of the purest cinematic joys of 2017."
The Film Stage’s Top 50 Films of 2017
We've cracked the Top 20 Films of 2017 over at The Film Stage! Happy New Year!
Beyond the Peach Sex: The Remarkable Year in LGBT Film
From the romance of ‘Call Me by Your Name’ to the energizing vitality of ‘BPM’ to the transgender actress worthy of an Oscar and more, an ode to the standout year in LGBT cinema.
The Best Performances of 2017
Lastly (for now), Jessie Pinnick has been chosen as one of the Best Performances of 2017 over at The Film Stage!
Under the Radar: Fierce performances and feminist-driven genre films
...and over at the Los Angeles Times, critic Katie Walsh selects Princess Cyd as one of five 2017 film highlights!