The WayHaught and Jetri Newlywed Game EH Con Canada 2019 Moderated by Jen Tidwell Dominique Provost-Chalkley, Kat Barrell, Varun Saranga, and Justin Kelly as consider questions from the classic North American TV show “The Newlywed Game” from the POV of their characters and their iconic partnerships.
From the album “Everything’s Shifting” https://ffm.to/everythingsshifting “There are days when we doubt any accomplishments we’ve made and felt this overwhelming internalized fear of being exposed as a fraud. This is called imposter syndrome and it’s quite a common pattern of behavior that people, often artists, suffer from.” – Brenley & Lisa
After a two-year absence and a recent stint in rehab, Fran (Emmy-winner Tatiana Maslany, “Orphan Black”, “Stronger”) returns to face the emotional fallout of her disappearance and make amends with the girlfriend (Tattiawna Jones, “The Handmaid’s Tale”, “Tully”) she left behind. Written and Directed by Ben Lewis Produced by Lauren Collins, Mercedes Grundy and Ben […]
Peanut Butter Kid Productions Presents “Book Club” by Chloe Sanderson Evan Hardy Collegiate Media School Session 24 Starring: Connie Taylor – Chloe Sanderson Hazel Thompson – Charlie O’Connell Jack Walker – Callum Cabana Tommy Easton – Jake Strykowski Songs: “Ooby Dooby” by Roy Orbinson “Green Onions” by Booker T and M G’s “One In A […]
Yes and No are in the middle of the desert. Yes lies on a mat and eats strawberries from a straw basket and No turn around with her hands tied behind her back with a red rope. Yes believe they should be together forever and no thinks otherwise. A short experimental film that staged a […]
Whether it come to matters of the heart, the spaceship, the precinct, or the courtroom, LGBTQ fiction continues to explore the strong female character, and all the ways she triumphs. Join this team of best selling fiction writers for a discussion on all the things that make these female characters pop, sizzle, and deliver the […]
Taylor Swift’s “You Need To Calm Down” is a pop anthem for equality and understanding. The singer debuted a new video for the song on “Good Morning America” Monday in the midst of LGBTQ Pride Month and included a call to action.
First first self-written and directed short film by Keara Graves. Since everyone loved her “break up with your boyfriend, i’m bored” video, I decided I’d do a sequel with the same actors and storyline, but in the form of a film instead! This follows the lives of the two girls in my music video, 2 […]
When exes Sarah and January are assigned to work together on a project at work, only one of them is happy about it. And that someone is definitely not Sarah. Find out if letting go means moving on or coming back.
A forbidden love story, based on true events. In 1901, set in Galicia, Spain, Elisa Sánchez Loriga adopted a male identity to marry another woman, Marcela Gracia Ibeas, making this the first same-sex marriage in Spain.
ANNOUNCING THE WORLD PREMIERE OF “More Beautiful for Having been Broken” — Frameline Int’l Film Festival San Fransisco – The Castro, June 30th at 11:00 am. Written & Directed by the iconic film maker, Nicole Conn (Claire of the Moon, Elena Undone and A Perfect Ending) Starring Zoe Ventoura, Kayla Radomski, Cale Ferrin, Bruce Davison, […]
Socialite Vita (Gemma Arterton) and literary icon Virginia (Elizabeth Debicki) run in different circles in 1920s London. When the two cross paths, the magnetic Vita decides the beguiling, stubborn and gifted Virginia will be her next conquest, no matter the cost. Vita and Virginia forge an unconventional affair, set against the backdrop of their own […]
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) characters have been depicted in video games since the 1980s. In the history of video games, LGBT characters have been almost nonexistent for a long time, reflecting the overall heteronormativity of the medium. While there has been a trend towards greater representation of LGBT people in video games, they […]
Join the cast of Girls Like Magic with some very special guests including… Amber Whittington (Amber’s Closet), Nicole Pacent (Anyone But Me), Chris Salvatore & more as they sit-down to stand up for LGBTQ visibility.
Julia Eringer (Magic) & Shantell Yasmine Abeydeera (Jamie) sit down with Rachel Paulson for an interview about the show, LGBTQ visibility & Season 2 teasers. Follow Girls Like Magic on social media: http://facebook.com/girlslikemagic/ http://instagram.com/girlslikemagic/ https://twitter.com/girlslikemagic Contribute to Season 2 : https://www.seedandspark.com/fund/girls-like-magic#story
Love scene from ‘Unaligned’ A romance ignites when Christy, 20 year old college student is reunited with her childhood care taker. Watch the film here: https://onemorelesbian.com/unaligned-short-film.html
Paige’s mind is invaded by an unknown lover. As she loses her grip on reality, she is forced to make decision that could affect the rest of her life. Official Selection of Playhouse West 2018 21st Annual Film Festival. Produced/Debuted for/at the 120 Hour Film Festival at Playhouse West. Directed/Written/Shot/Edited by Chris Ruetten. Starring Jaya […]
SyFy’s hit show Wynonna Earp exploded onto our screens 3 seasons ago with its fun, feminist subversion of both western and genre tropes, as well as its myriad of female characters. Waverly Earp and Nicole Haught grabbed our hearts as WayHaught and haven’t let go. Join stars Dominque Provost-Chalkley, Katherine Barrell and showrunner/creator Emily Andras […]
An isolated young woman experiences a series of sparks after a chance encounter with her edgy, outgoing opposite. Exploring the theme of human connection, self-discovery, and sexuality, Spark tells the story of quiet girl, Jane, and her chance encounter with an edgy mystery girl that turns her world upside down.
A romance ignites when Christy, 20 year old college student is reunited with her childhood care taker. Written and Directed by Marko Grujic Story by Marko Grujic | Darko Konnatar Produced by Marko Grujic | Branko Grujic | Thomas Dunbar | Nik Stanjevich Cineamtography by Guy Pooles Production Design by Emily Pietro | Aliyah Moore […]
Lesbian relationships had been addressed on US television before, but none made a greater impact in the early 2000s than Buffy’s Willow Rosenberg and Tara Maclay. Though revered and heralded as TV’s first long-term lesbian relationship, they were not immune to the BYG trope, and Tara’s death would echo years later with the loss of […]
Celebrate the actors who are loudly and proudly members of the LGBTQ community as they discuss their careers and the fears and realities of being queer and in the public spotlight. Hear about what it’s like to come out in the industry, how coming out and being out has affected the roles and opportunities that […]