In honor of upcoming Valentine’s Day and the lady you’d like to smooch, here’s a movie about forbidden romance and really beautiful kissing that will get the two of you in the mood for equally beautiful kissing. You can stream it right now, in fact!
Isn’t a film screening grounded in pedagogical discussion with a focus on using art to explore queer life while also giving everyone the opportunity to process all the feelings really the point of everything we do here? Yes, hell to the hallelujah, yes it is.
To be a rebel is to stand defiantly and purposefully in the face of something. It’s not defiance for its own sake: it’s a war cry into the darkness.
A new lesbian romantic comedy, “Portrait Of A Serial Monogamist”, has an Indiegogo campaign! And it’s really actually good.
Being young and in love makes you an idiot monster, and that’s what “Jack & Diane” is about.
Evil scissoring, lez werewolves, and finger-banging Marie Antoinette! Oh my!
Vanessa, Gabrielle and Ali watch movies and have feelings that are relevant to your interests, with reviews of Cloudburst, Mosquita Y Marie, and Young & Wild.
“Growing up with my own mountain man father presented an array of experiences and challenges, which came to a head when I entered my teens and even more so when I realized I was gay.”
Share your thoughts, feelings, and feminist critique of LGBTQI film and television with the internet today!
Mumbai’s third annual Queer Film Festival wants to bring India’s vibrant queer life to mainstream culture.
Did you know that a young Troian Bellisario starred in a lesbian short about teenaged girlfriends? Me neither! Anyhow, you can watch it right now if you want to.
You helped fund the queer indie film, “Track Meet.” Now that the film is finished, all Autostraddlers are welcome to attend its NYC screening!
Twins who can harmonize and also wear a mean mustache.
It’s queer film history time! Girls In Uniform was made by lesbians in 1930s Germany. It’s about an all girls Prussian boarding school.
“Man, we gotta stop bitchin’ about this and start BITCHIN’ about this!”
Our very own Haviland Stillwell will be honored this Sunday at the PowerUp Premiere Gala! Plus, an update on the GIRLTRASH movie, advice for lesbian filmmakers, and what really went down with Claire on TRLW.
Whitney’s Team Pick: ‘Track Meet’ is an in-progress queer film by Korean Americans Daniel Kim and Leslie Kwon. The film is currently raising money on Kickstarter, so check out the (sweaty, angsty) trailer and help out!
Barbara Hammer, the first lesbian filmmaker: how I have a giddy schoolgirl crush on her, one degree of separation from her and how she definitely has it out for Freud.
Portia’s ex-girlfriend and Dianne von Furstenberg’s daughter made a movie about troubled in boarding school starring the girl with the dragon tattoo and there’s a lesbian character. How can you not go see it?
Come together right now and watch this video, read about this project, consider attending this party at the BMW Guggenheim Lab (it’s free!).