“1Up”* is the new e-sports comedy that follows a group of girls who are passionate about video gaming and decide to form their own e-sports team, determined to win a major gaming tournament and prove that girls can be good at e-sports. The movie is hilarious and entertaining, with a great cast of characters. Whether or not you’re a video game fan, “1Up” is worth checking out.
The release date for the third and final season of “See” has been announced. If you have been eagerly awaiting any news about the fate of Haniwa and Wren, now you finally have a date to look forward to. The third season will be available on Apple TV+ on Friday, August 26, 2022. This gives you all plenty of time to rewatch the first two seasons and speculate about what will happen in the final season of “See.”
Aino Suni is a queer Filmmaker from Helsinki who has recently finished her MA in screenwriting. She has studied Cinematography, Directing and Screenwriting at TAMK - a School of art, music and media. Aino Suni's work is mostly based on personal experiences and observations as a queer women.
Aino Suni's films are about the little moments in life that everyone can relate to, but from a queer perspective. She wants to normalize queer relationships and show that they are just like any other kind of relationship, filled with love, heartbreak, and everything in between.
If you're looking for something new and fresh, be sure to check out Aino Suni's work. You won't be disappointed.
It's said that the heart is the seat of the emotions and for good reason. It’s where we feel love and joy, anger and sadness. But what if the heart also harbored something wild and untamed? Something that refused to be contained? Prepare to be swept away by the upcoming lesbian love story “Heartbeast.” With stunning performances from the cast, this movie is a complex exploration of love and desire. But before you watch the trailer, let’s talk about the story.
It was with a heavy heart that we learned HBO will not be moving forward with a third season of Gentleman Jack. The series, which starred Suranne Jones as nineteenth-century lesbian landowner Anne Lister, was a critical and commercial success, and its cancellation came as a surprise to many. While it is disappointing that we will not get to see more of Lister’s story, we are grateful for the time we did have with the show. Gentleman Jack was groundbreaking television, and its loss will be felt for years to come.
While the final season of “Motherland: Fort Salem” will tie up a lot of loose ends and give viewers a sense of closure, the show’s creator hinted the series may eventually continue beyond the third season.
Disney+ is a new streaming service that offers a wide range of lesbian storylines and characters that viewers can enjoy. Some of the most popular titles include 'Love, Victor' and 'Only Murders In The Building'. There is something for everyone on Disney+, so be sure to check it out today!
The second season of “Only Murders in the Building” picks up where the first season left off, with the trio of tenants becoming suspects in a murder. This time around, the stakes are even higher as they must race against time to clear their names. The trio is as funny and charming as ever, with a great dynamic that will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the season. In addition, this season features some great guest stars, including an appearance by none other than Cara Delevingne. If you’re a fan of the first season, then you’ll definitely want to check out the second season of “Only Murders in the Building.”
It’s no secret that Disney hasn't a long history of creating movies with LGBTQ+ representation. However, in recent years, Disney has begun to create more explicitly movies featuring LGBTQ+ characters. This shift is important not only because it gives greater visibility to LGBTQ+ people, but also because it sends a powerful message of inclusion to children and adults alike. Here are some of the best lesbian movies created by Disney.
Olivier Assayas is a French film director who is known for his critically acclaimed films, including “Clouds of Sils Maria” and “Personal Shopper.” His latest project is a mini-series adaptation of his 1996 movie, “Irma Vep,” which features a sapphic main character, played by the gorgeous Alicia Vikander. But, before giving you all the details about this character, here’s what you need to know about the show.