FilmDoo unveils raft of LGBT film pickups available to view on its platform, signs with TLA Releasing. Plans to be go-to place for Queer Cinema.Read more
Florence Pugh is as eloquent as she is lovely. After debuting in Carol Morley’s The Falling and making a splash at this year’s BFI Flare, I caught up with the starlet to talk puberty and ambiguous relationships.Read more
German writer and director, Monika Truet takes us on a compelling and engaging story in her new film Of Girls and Horses, set in the beautiful German countryside we explore the excitement in the development of friendship, trust and journey.
A well-deserved round of applause to Truet for encapsulating a simply stunning coming-of-age story.
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It’s 1969 at a strict English girls’ school where charismatic Abbie and intense and troubled Lydia are best friends. After a tragedy occurs at the school, a mysterious fainting epidemic breaks out threatening the stability of all involved. The authorities claim that there is nothing seriously wrong, but Lydia refuses to accept this, and in seeking the truth, discovers a long buried secret.Read more
We caught up with the writer/director, Eric Schaeffer from Boy Meets Girl and here’s what he had to share with us...Read more
If you haven’t heard of Zoe.Misplaced yet, you soon will. For this Australian drama is picking up quite a name for itself as one of country’s foremost lesbian indie films. Not least of all for the achievement in shooting this feature on a budget of $8,000AUS.Read more
‘Girltrash: All Night Long’ is the story of 5 girls and one of the craziest nights of their lives. Daisy (Lisa Rieffel) finally gets a shot at Band Slam on the same night as her sister Colby (Gabrielle Christian) comes out as gay.Read more
Jamie Babbit’s 1999 cult classic But I’m A Cheerleader is an alternative coming of age film. But I’m A Cheerleader cleverly uses placed irony and humour tell the story of Megan (Natasha Lyonne), a sexually confused middle-class teenager who has been forced into ‘true directions’ to fix her homosexuality by her Christian parents and peers.Read more
First time writer/director/producer Mekelle Mills tackles the all too familiar topic of lesbian dating drama in this ultra-low budget indie film from Australia. Zoe (Hannah Raven Smith) is a young inner city hipster, university student and happily single lesbian. Her regimented life is thrown into upheaval when she unexpected falls in love with her housemate’s ex-girlfriend Nat (Clementine Mills).Read more