Yesterday, the amazing lesbian film "AWOL" was released.
Actresses Eva Green and Gemma Arterton will play the true love story between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West in a feature film titled "Vita And Virginia".
Based on the novel by Naomi Alderman, "Disobedience" comes in the form of a film which tells the love story between Ronit and Esti.
Since its launch in August 2014 on YouTube, the series "Carmilla" has continued to find success with over 50 million views per episode, which today leads it to become a movie due out in the fall of 2017.
Writer/director/producer Marina Rice Bader is set to world premiere her new feature film, Ava’s Impossible Things, at this year’s Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival. The film will screen at the DGA 1 on Saturday, July 16 at 4:00pm with Marina and cast in attendance.
Tickets on sale now at https://secure.outfest.org/tixSYS/2016/filmguide/
If you are looking for a good lesbian movie to watch, "All About E" could fulfill your expectations.
"Heartland" is one of the lesbian movies we expected for this year 2016. We introduced this film when it was only a project now "Heartland" will tour the festivals waiting to be available for everyone.
Club Skirts Dinah Shore Weekend, in association with tello Films, will be hosting a special Film Fest Meet & Greet during the Dinah’s signature weekend pool party series at the Hilton Hotel in Palm Springs, CA.
So we said the other day that the Oscars this year were more than a disappointment, both in terms of diversity and especially for our community. They put the lesbian film "Carol" aside, despite its quality.
Unlike the Oscars, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA), an association that consists of more than 130 professional critics and entertainment journalists worldwide, announced the winners of the 2016 Dorian awards.
The least we can say is that the Oscars 2016 have been more than disappointing and have created downright controversial first on racial, since the event highlighted a visibility problem for actors from minorities, then on discrimination of women whose work is ultimately little considered. The media present on the red carpet often preferring to focus on their dresses rather than the film they represent, their character or other subjects related to their profession.
Finally, this year was a huge disappointment to the LGBT community.