I Kissed A Girl S1

Hot queer girl summer is here! The iconic Dannii Minogue is back to play Cupid – and this time, it’s for girls who like girls. With a never-before-seen cast, gripping love stories, sizzling drama, jaw-dropping outfits, and a shiny new Italian Masseria (if you don’t know that ‘masseria’ means ‘fancy farm house’ by now, where…

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Love Lies Bleeding 2024

Sundance 2024: “Love Lies Bleeding” Is a Queer and Carnal Neo-Noir Western It’s rural New Mexico in the late 80s and everyone is glistening with sweat and desire. An ugliness permeates the landscape coupled with the threat of violence. This is the world of Love Lies Bleeding, Rose Glass’s darkly funny and queer neo-noir western…

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Drive Away Dolls 2024

“Drive-Away Dolls” Is a Raunchy Caper About Lesbians and the Men Who Fear Us Drive-Away Dolls is about Marian (Geraldine Viswanathan), an uptight lesbian in 1999, and her best friend Jamie (Margaret Qualley), a serial cheater from Texas, who get roped into a caper. They set off on a road trip to Florida — Marian…

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The Big Door Prize 2

Feromoon enjoyed Season One of The Big Door Prize, set in a quirky small town where a magical machine lands and promises to give users a glimpse into their future. It’s centered on Dusty (Chris O’Dowd) and his wife, Cass (Gabrielle Dennis), the latter of whom has a gay Mom, Izzy, played by Crystal Fox….

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Loot S2

Maya Rudolph returns as Molly Novak, a billionaire fresh out of a high-profile divorce who is determined to give her entire fortune away with the assistance of her foundation director Sofia Salinas (played by Pose‘s Michaela Jaé Rodriguez) and her devoted assistant Nicholas (Joel Kim Booster). EPISODE 1 Molly Wells, a wealthy philanthropist, battles against…

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Acapulco S3

This charming bilingual comedy hasn’t ever gotten the appreciation it deserves. As Season Three begins, the present-tense narrative finds Maximo returning to a Las Colinas he no longer recognizes. In the 1985 story, young Maximo is still climbing the ladder of success while potentially jeopardizing his relationships. What is important of course to all of…

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Special: Joan Armatrading Me Myself I 1977

Joan Armatrading is one the most influential singer-songwriters in Britain. A national icon, she is known for her singular vision, both as a writer and as a performer. She has performed around the world to sell-out stadiums, releasing records and touring almost constantly from the early 70s to the present day. In this documentary Joan…

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Joan Armatrading at Asylum Chapel

One of the world’s greatest singer-songwriters, Joan Armatrading, does what she does best, accompanied by a full live band. Filmed at Asylum Chapel, London, in 2021, the show contains a plethora of new songs and classic tracks from across Joan’s successful career – including Better Life, Consequences, Love and Affection, Drop the Pilot, Down to…

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Under the Bridge S1

Riley Keough is Rebecca Godfrey, whose book — about the brutal murder of 14-year-old Reena Virk (Vritka Gupta), who left home for a party with the terrible girls she longed to be accepted by and never came home— inspired this series set in 1997 in Victoria, Canada. Lily Gladstone is Cam, a local police officer…

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Black Is…Black Ain’t 1994

A Personal Journey Through Black Identity African-American documentary filmmaker Marlon Riggs was working on this final film as he died from AIDS-related complications in 1994; he addresses the camera from his hospital bed in several scenes. The film directly addresses sexism and homophobia within the black community, with snippets of misogynistic and anti-gay slurs from…

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Songcatcher 2000

This movie accomplishes many things within the premise of “Songcatching”. The movie exposes the hardships, ignorances, prejudices, resourcefulness, intelligence, commonsense and heart of the people who remained out of touch with “progress”. The movie has some graphic and controversial scenes; but the majority is appropriate for all ages. The way the folk music is in-twined…

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Back To Black 2024

The extraordinary story of Amy Winehouse’s early rise to fame from her early days in Camden through the making of her groundbreaking album, Back to Black that catapulted Winehouse to global fame. Told through Amy’s eyes and inspired by her deeply personal lyrics, the film explores and embraces the many layers of the iconic artist…

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Women Who Kill 2016

Morgan and Jean work well together as true crime podcasters because they didn’t work well, at all, as a couple. However, when Morgan strikes up a new relationship with the mysterious Simone, their shared interest turns into suspicion, paranoia, and fear. DOWNLOAD

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Olympiërs Vivianne Miedema en Femke Bol strijden tegen taboe op menstruatie in de sport: ‘Het codewoord voor doorlekken was pineapple’

Het overgrote deel van de vrouwen ervaart dat menstruatie nog steeds een taboe is in de sportwereld, blijkt uit nieuw onderzoek. Olympiërs Femke Bol, Vivianne Miedema en Dafne Schippers zetten zich in om daar iets aan te doen. ‘Als ik moet huilen, helpt het om te kunnen zeggen dat het door mijn ongesteldheid komt.’ Het…

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Women Who Rock 2022

“I was a girl that loved playing rock ‘n’ roll,” Joan Jett says in the series trailer for Women Who Rock, “but I wanted to be a musician who happened to be a girl.” Jett’s desire to be seen as more than just a woman wielding a guitar — a general eagerness to be taken…

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Public Speaking 2010

with Fran Lebowitz A feature-length documentary starring Fran Lebowitz, a writer known for her unique take on modern life. The film weaves together extemporaneous monologues with archival footage and the effect is a portrait of Fran’s worldview and experiences. DOWNLOAD

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Pretend It’s A City

with Fran Lebowitz Legendary Lesbian Fashion Icon and New York Jew Fran Lebowitz is Martin Scorsese following Fran around the city as she delivers her myriad opinions on numerous topics. EPISODE 1 Between conversations and talks with an audience, Fran Lebowitz walks through New York City and her fears of Times Square, her mortal distractions…

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