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Lesbian Film

From Fliers to Facebook: How Indie Lesbo Filmmaking Has Changed in 20 Years

Guinevere Turner | Posted 01.23.2014 | Gay Voices
Guinevere Turner

Going to a club and handing a cute lesbian a flyer that says, "Come to our fundraising event!" feels so basic compared with treating your movie like a person, giving it a Twitter handle, and then wondering, "What would my movie tweet today? What does it have to say?"

A Lesbian Movie Without Lesbians: The Problem With Blue Is the Warmest Color

Nico Lang | Posted 01.23.2014 | Gay Voices
Nico Lang

For a film so strongly about the way that lesbians have sex, a movie produced only by straight people will have a harder time representing that. It would be like making a movie about France if you've never stepped foot in the country. Queer artists are too often shut out of their own stories.

The Dirty Laundry Press Circuit for Blue Is the Warmest Color Is Close to the Heart of the Film

Brian Formo | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Brian Formo

By the end of the film, Emma is celebrated at a gallery showing of her artwork; Adele dressed to re-impress, attends, attempts small talk and walks away, alone, not sure of her emotions; she is proud of Emma but is unsure of what that does for her anymore.

A Lesbian Landmark: Stacie Passon's Concussion

Noah Tsika | Posted 01.23.2014 | Gay Voices
Noah Tsika

Nearly 20 years after her groundbreaking queer film Go Fish first galvanized audiences at the Sundance Film Festival, Rose Troche has produced the powerfully erotic Concussion, the debut feature of Stacie Passon, who both wrote and directed it.

Why 'The Postwoman' Is A New Kind Of Queer Film

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rudolph | Posted 07.17.2013 | Gay Voices

Noticing the lack of films about queer African-American women, Sundance Film Festival pitching contest winner J.D. Walker has decided to take it upon ...