The world's first animated lesbian sci-fi film is headed our way.
As SheWired.com is reporting, the first clips of "Strange Frame," from producer, director and animator G.B. Hajim and writer Shelley Doty will premiere at Bent-Con, an LGBT sci-fi and comic convention, in Los Angeles on December 3.
According to the project's Facebook page the film takes place in the 28th century when "humanity has spread across the solar system and re-invented itself to mesh with its new environment."
"200 years after the Great Earth Exodus, "Strange Frame"'s heroine, Parker leaves the comforts of her previous life and falls in love with beautiful songwriter Naia, who is genetically engineered and enslaved to be a miner. The lovers form a band but soon Naia is enslaved again, this time by the seductive spotlight of stardom. Facing the obstacles of fame in the future, Parker sets out on a quest to save Naia and redeem their love.'
The film features the voices of the legendary Tim Curry (of "Rocky Horror" and "Clue" fame) and "Star Trek"'s George Takei, as well as Claudia Black ("Stargate SG1"), Alan Tudyk ("Firefly"), Juliet Landau ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), and Claudia Christian.
Get a sneak peek of "Strange Frame" above and then head to the film's KickStarter page to help ensure it makes it to the theaters next year.
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