Watch the Film
You can now stream BEARD CLUB from the web. Get it in an instant. Just go to the link below and simply purchase access to stream the film on any devise you have – web, phone, tablet.
No worries if your viewing is interrupted. You have the ability to pause the video and come back to it, from the same or a different devise. You’ll have 30 days to watch.
DVD – Home Use
BEARD CLUB the DVD is packed with LOADS OF EXTRAS, including shorts “Hipsters and the ‘Stache,” “Arab in America,” “Life in Drag,” “What Women Think.” Also includes additional footage from the world of beard and mustache competitions!
Home Use DVD: $22 + Shipping & Handling
Click below and go to Paypal. We’ll send out the DVD within a week, unless you specify that you need it faster.
DVD – Educational Use
EDUCATIONAL and NON-PROFIT license versions. Home video DVDs are not licensed for use in universitie, schools, public libraries or government agencies. Please support the filmmakers who made Beard Club by purchasing a educationally licensed DVD when they are available.
If you have questions about availability, contact the filmmaker via email at laura <at> beardclub.com
Ways to purchase coming soon. If you need it earlier, contact me at laura (at) beardclub.com
Beard Club is an absolute gem of a film. It brings up serious issues of male identity from a woman’s perspective in an appropriately irreverent way. Two thumbs up and a whisker.
John Odam, Founder of Beardsley and Company
My interest in different cultures started at a young age. I moved to Japan during college and lived in India where I did my master’s degree. But it was back in the U.S. when I ran across a group of Germans on their way to a Beard Competition, that it occurred to me that men were more of a mystery to me as people from another country.
With that realization I set out to make this film. I found that the simple act of asking about a man’s facial hair history opens a window into men’s way of thinking about themselves and the world. And these answered showed there were deeper social issues reflected in the way society viewed the beard.
Beard Club explores the common beard, something we often we see but don’t really see. It is a fun, thought provoking hour-long journey that will change the way to you look at beards and mustaches and the men who wear them.
– Laura J. Lukitsch