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Anatomy of a Love Seen  // Posts tagged as "Anatomy of a Love Seen"

15 Jul Posted by in • Jan Miller Corran | Comments Off on Lesbian Film Night & Dancing w/DJ Page Hodel!

Lesbian Film Night & Dancing w/DJ Page Hodel!

Lesbian Film Night & Dancing w/DJ Page Hodel!

You know what the best thing about an LGBT Film Festival is? That once a year we get flooded with LGBT films from all over the world. One glorious week of films that we would otherwise never see. Then… 258 days go by and there is nothing playing at your local theater. Well, last year […]

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Because Lesbians Want To See Good Films

Because Lesbians Want To See Good Films

I love women. I find them to be incredibly nuanced, smart, funny, charming and altogether fascinating. I love the way they see the world, the ways they aspire to improve the world and the ways they tirelessly continue the uphill battle for equality in the world. Women can and will make the changes we all […]

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Bringing Lesbian Films to Life

Bringing Lesbian Films to Life

This morning I was at Brava Theater Center in San Francisco. I was finalizing the plans for the Northern California premiere of Anatomy of a Love Seen on November 1st. Epochalips.com and More Than Friends Productions, are bringing the film to the big screen in San Francisco. I was at Outfest in LA when it […]

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08 Jun Posted by in • Epochalips Interviews | Comments Off on Marina Bader on ‘Anatomy of a Love Seen’

Marina Bader on ‘Anatomy of a Love Seen’

Marina Bader on ‘Anatomy of a Love Seen’

ON WHAT MAKES ANATOMY OF A LOVE SEEN UNIQUE: LOVE. It’s the thing everyone wants, and once you find it you will feel your highest highs and your lowest lows. If you had it and lost it there is a hole in your heart, and you can only hope and pray that through time that […]

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Don’t Miss ‘Breaking Through’ Documentary

Don’t Miss ‘Breaking Through’ Documentary

In 2001, Karla Drenner became a member of the Georgia state House of Representatives. I looked her up on Wikipedia and one descriptor states, “A lesbian, Drenner was the first openly gay member of the Georgia State Assembly.” Today she is one of four LGBT members, alongside Reps. Simone Bell and Keisha Waites, all Atlanta […]

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