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This week I have three new films for you, lots of updates on our favorite out leszzies and AWAGs. And since this segment will not be hear next because of the PNT Tv's blog,
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News and Links!
Life Abstract the first release by lesbian-owned production company Kada Films has a fund-raising campaign with Kickstarter.
Spawn of the Zombies is the latest release from Formless Films and director Lucky Cha. You can watch it in it's entirety on YouTube.
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Directed by Lisa Aschan
Sweden 2011; 84 min
Original version: Swedish
When Emma meets Cassandra, they initiate a relationship filled with physical and psychological challenges. Emma does whatever it takes to master the rules of the game. Lines are crossed and the stakes get higher and higher. Despite this, Emma can’t resist the intoxicating feeling of total control.
The Wedding Song (Le Chant des Mariées / DvD Release May 16)
France/Tunisia 2008; 100 min
Original version: Arabic / French
Genre: Drama / War
Against the Allied bombs and the Nazi occupiers, two teenage girlfriends, one Muslim, the other Jewish, cling to the bond they’ve shared since childhood.
Break My Fall
Directed by Kanchi Wichmann
Original version: English
Liza (Kat Redstone) hovers precariously between change and self-destruction, between leaving her doomed relationship with girlfriend Sally and finding success with their band, Blanket. Sally (Sophie Anderson) works nights in a dead end job, clings to her fantasies of a better life and ignores the chaos all around her.
Source for all: Peccadillo Pictures
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