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London Lesbian Film Festival

London Lesbian Film Festival

Wednesday, 04 April 2018 until Friday, 06 April 2018

The London Lesbian Film Festival is a celebratory gathering at which we project our images, challenge our politics, and reflect upon our lives. The festival aims to portray the richness and diversity of lesbian experiences and to strengthen our communities. We are a registered not-for-profit organization.

The Festival is held every year in London, Ontario, Canada. There are usually 3 days of films, and each screening lasts 2-3 hours.The London Lesbian Film festival is organized every year by the Reeling Spinsters.


 

2017 films...

11 Life Lessons From An Awesome Old Dyke

Written, Directed and Produced by Allison Khoury
USA, 2015, 9 Minutes

The trials, tribulations and titillations of a badass named Dorothy.

Check Out

Director & Writer: Sarah Santamaria-Mertens
France, 2016, 5 minutes (subtitled)

Lucy and Josephine have been together for a long time. To keep their love intact, they have their own special strategy.

Blind Sex

France, 2016, 29 minutes (subtitled)

At the end of the summer holidays Louise a 20 years old blind girl is stuck with her mother and sister. Lost in a forest she reaches a nudist campsite where an unexpected encounter will shake up her habits

Below Her Mouth

Director: April Mullen
Canada, 2016, 94 min

A bold, uninhibited drama that begins with a passionate weekend affair between two women. Dallas, a roofer and Jasmine, a fashion editor, share a powerful and immediate connection that inevitably derails both of their lives.

Heartland

Director: Maura Anderson
USA, 2016, 100 minutes

A young Oklahoma artist, struggling with a recent death, finds escape in a reckless affair with her brother’s girlfriend.

Signing Out

Director: Dana Brawer
USA, 2016, 10 minutes

Two young women, still recovering from the end of their romantic relationship with each other, unknowingly see the same therapist years later and are forced to come to terms with what happened.

Oh-Be-Joyful

Director:  Susan Jacobson
UK, 2015, 14 minutes

Rita is about to kick the bucket, but before she does she’s got one final job to do: drag her granddaughter out of the closet.

Tango

France, 2016, 4 minutes

One night in Paris, I saw those two women dancing a tango. Music by Kovacs

JOANI: Queen of the Paradiddle

Director & Writer: Tina Gordon
USA, 2015, 31 minutes

In 1935, at eight years old, Joani Hannan picked up a pair of drumsticks and beat her path in entertainment history. Joani was a pioneering female jazz drummer who traveled the world in the USO and played alongside Marilyn Monroe in “Some Like It Hot.”

Tear Jerker

Director: Amy Adler
USA, 2016, 15 minutes

Elliot can’t cry and he needs to. He’s recently been dumped by his ex- girlfriend, who has decided she wants to exclusively date “real” men. His mother is descending deeper and deeper into the progression of her Alzheimer’s disease. And the testosterone he takes regularly seems to have made his body forget how to grieve.

Lily

Director & Writer: Graham Cantwell
Ireland, 2016, 22 minutes

The film tells the story of Lily, a girl with a secret, on the cusp of becoming a young woman.

Two Secrets

Director: Charles F Dye
USA, 2015, 22 Minutes

Two secrets tear a 12-year-old girl’s life apart. One she’s never told a soul. The other her entire family’s never told her. Tonight they crash. A powerful coming-of-age film with a shocking ending that challenges us to become our true selves.

Wedlocked

Director: Puppett
USA, 2015, 12 Minutes

Sydney and Cameron are a happily engaged couple looking forward to their big day. There’s one obstacle… Sydney is still married to Lisa and as their home state won’t recognize their marriage, a divorce is impossible!

Stella Walsh

Director: Rob Lucas
USA, 2014, 15 Minutes

The tragic story of Stella Walsh, the greatest female athlete in the world, her murder, and the gender controversy that followed

Forgetfulness

Director & Writer: Mayur Katariya
Australia, 2015, 8 minutes

Love prevails, despite our genders and my dementia. As a dementia sufferer drifts in and out of her previous lives, she feels the pain and pleasure of her past and current relationships. Either she has lost touch with the reality or she is closer to the reality than we think.

Tales From Pussy Willow – Parents Chat

UK, 2016, 2.5 minutes

Down in Pussy Willow a challenging conversation is happening between two generations.


 

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