Thursday, 25 February 2016 23:06

Season 4 Of "Starting From... Now !" To Be Released On March 1

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The series that experiences the biggest success is, without doubt, the Australian web series "Starting From Now" that has been watched in recent years millions and millions times worldwide and good news, season four starts in a few days.

Created by Julie Kalceff and produced by Rosie Lourde, who is also part of the cast, "Starting From Now" is a series that follows the lives of four lesbians in Sydney: Steph, Darcy, Kristen and Emily.

Season 4 of the series will be screened at the Mardi Gras Film Festival in Sydney on March 1. And for those who do not have the chance to attend the festival, know that the series will also be available from March 1 on Vimeo.

Another very good news that we recently learned is that the series will also be screened for the first time on television, on an Australian chain called SBS 2 which is committed not only to screen season 4 but also season 5. To start on SBS 2 on March 7.

Meanwhile the first episodes of the new season, here's the trailer:

For more information, visit the official website of the series: http://www.startingfromnowtv.com/http://www.startingfromnowtv.com/

For all the latest information, follow the team of "Starting From Now" on Facebook and on Twitter: https://www.facebook.com/startingfromnowthewebseries - https://twitter.com/StartingFromNo1

If you wish to attend the premiere of season four of "Starting From Now" at the Mardi Gras festival in Sydney, tickets can be bought here: http://tix.queerscreen.org.au/session_mgff.asp?sn=Starting+from...+Now!&s=159http://tix.queerscreen.org.au/session_mgff.asp?sn=Starting+from...+Now!&s=159

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