Woman’s Lake centers on Roza, a 40-something fisherwoman and her non-defined relationship with lover Kirsten. While grumpy Roza slips on a pair of waders each day and works the lakes near her home outside of Brandenburg, impeccable Kirsten is a successful architect. However, it’s not their vastly different careers that cause friction between the two. [...]

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A film about finding love, making a film and losing 20 pounds for real this year. Review from Movies OVER The Rainbow, written by Ali Naro – http://www.moviesovertherainbow.com/lesbian-films/whos-afraid-vagina-wolf/ Starring – Anna Margarita Albelo, Guinevere Turner, Janina Gavankar, Agnes Olech, Carrie Preston, Celeste Pechous Directed by Anna Margarita Albelo 2013 “Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf?” Well, [...]

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The classic lesbian film romance and one of the all-time classics of lesbian cinema! A female college professor has a chance encounter with a beautiful young circus performer who transforms her predictable life into an electrifyingly erotic adventure. Successful in her teaching job at a conservative religious college, Camille looked forward to marrying her adoring, minister boyfriend and settling [...]

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We Have to Stop Now | Celebrity lesbian couple Cathy DeBuono and Jill Bennett turn their real-life romance upside-down in this hilarious exposé of two warring ladies in love. Lesbian therapists Kit and Dyna have published a best-selling book called ‘How to Succeed [...]

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This acclaimed lesbian drama has been compared to “Boys Don’t Cry” The stunning Jasmin Tabatabai stars as a lesbian fleeing persecution in Iran. When she escapes to Germany she passes as a man to gain refugee status, and then falls in love with a German woman. Fariba , persecuted in Iran because of her [...]

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What Happens When the Music is Over? Former bandmates Vic and Kat reunite ten years after their band break-up to perform at a women in rock benefit show. After a wild night of reminiscing, reconnecting and true confessions the pair face the [...]

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A riveting must-see film about homophobia in women’s athletics. Powerfully narrated by international swimming great Diana Nyad. From Academy-Award nominated director Dee Mosbacher and Academy-Award winning cinematographer Fawn Yacker comes one of the biggest award-winners on the 2009 LGBT film festival circuit: Training Rules. Women’s basketball coach Rene Portland had three training rules during her 26 [...]

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Laure is a tomboy. Should she let Lisa and her crowd believe that she is a boy? Truth or dare? Dare. Ten-year-old Laure isn’t like most girls. She prefers football to dolls and sweaters to dresses. When Laure, her parents and little sister Jeanne move to a new neighbourhood, family life remains much the same. [...]

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Jess meets Casey, a very openly gay woman and quickly the girls form a strong romantic bond which forces Jess to come to terms with her true sexuality. Jess is captivated by Casey’s lifestyle; meeting Casey’s friends and accepting family sends Jess’ life spinning out of control. She does not know what to do as [...]

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Three Veils’ is a heavily recommended due to the wonderful performances. From trailblazing director Rolla Selbak, and starring Sheetal Sheth, Mercedes Masöhn and Syrian TV star Angela Zahra, comes a tale of three women facing up to futures that clash with what they were brought up to expect and embrace. The movie is the story of three young [...]

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