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Monthly Archives: January 2016

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Big Gay Picture Show Review

January 31, 2016/News/0 Comments

Big Gay Picture Show says:

“This lesbian-themed Canadian rom-com is the sort of film that sets out to put a smile on your face and it does that with aplomb. Thanks to a generally light tone, a witty script and some good actors, it entertains while making a few salient points about modern relationships.”

3 & 1/2 out of 5 stars

Big Gay Picture Show Review

TrustMovies Review

January 29, 2016/News/0 Comments

TrustMovies says:

“…one of the most charming, clever, funny and generally all-round adorable lesbian rom-coms this critic has seen in a long, long time…”

TrustMovies Review

Film Journal Review

January 26, 2016/News/0 Comments

Film Journal says:

“…the performances are pleasing, the cinematography is lovely, and the city of Toronto triumphs in a supporting role.”

Film Journal Review

Film Inquiry Review

January 26, 2016/News/0 Comments

Film Inquiry Says:

“…Portrait Of A Serial Monogamist is one of the few films I’ve seen to treat lesbians just like actual normal human beings. They’re not breaking up straight relationships, they are not token characters, and they certainly don’t die in some kind of tragic way, the women in this film are just normal people. They are sweet, or they are selfish, or they are angry. Being gay isn’t the issue here, falling in love, having friends, working out life, that’s what this film is about.”

Film Inquiry Review

Epochalips Interview with Christina Zeidler, John Mitchell, and Diane Flacks

January 25, 2016/News/0 Comments

Epochalips says:

“…maybe you’ll have cramps from laughing, but you won’t be sorry you did.”

Epochalips Interview

Dawn Whitwell and Vanessa Dunn Interview with CP24

January 25, 2016/News/0 Comments Check out POASM's Dawn Whitwell and Vanessa Dunn's interview on CP24 this morning!

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Universal Complications of Modern-Day Relationships

January 22, 2016/News/0 Comments

Planet London says:

“This film is certainly not just another coming out story as we are used to seeing in LGBT cinema; although it is set within a queer community, the story tackles issues that are relatable regardless of your gender identity or sexuality. This film is accessible to any adult who has experienced the all too familiar fear of being alone. It confronts the distant inner yearning we have to compete ourselves and fulfil some sort of void within us by filling that space with a relationship, and trying to fix ourselves by fixing others.”

4/5 Stars

Planet London Review

The Dos – and Don’ts – of Lesbian Relationships

January 22, 2016/News/0 Comments

BFI Film Forever says:

“A whip-smart comedy charting the dos – and don’ts – of lesbian relationships.”

BFI Film Forever Review

Influenced by the Great RomComs

January 22, 2016/News/0 Comments

Lesbiatopia says:

“This film is influenced by such greats like Annie Hall, Manhattan and High Fidelity.”

Lesbiatopia Review