Official 2016 Movie Trailer, News and Updates

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When Cheerios doesn’t cut it anymore, there’s serial monogamy

March 1, 2016/News/0 Comments

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Red Carpet Report says:

“It’s nice to see a film commentate on commitment issues within the lesbian community and not of the normal sexy young hollywood ‘lesbian’ variety.”

Red Carpet Report Review

Sydney Radio Interview with Christina Zeidler

February 29, 2016/News/0 Comments

Christina Zeidler

Check out this cool interview co-writer/director Christina Zeidler did with 2ser 107.3 while in Sydney, Australia to promote the film. Queer cinema, gender roles, and Toronto.

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Rated LGBTQ

February 26, 2016/News/0 Comments
Rated LGBTQ

Portrait of a Serial Monogamist was featured in Washington Blade’s article “Rated LGBTQ”, about the 2016 Washington Jewish Film Festival. It includes an interview with writers/directors Christina Zeidler and John Mitchell.

Washington Blade article

Movie City News Review

February 19, 2016/News/0 Comments

Movie City News says:

“Canada has a long history of making LGBT movies that put to shame similar efforts by filmmakers in Hollywood.”

Movie City News Review

Erie Gay News Review and DVD Giveaway

February 16, 2016/News/0 Comments

Erie Gay News says:

“Set in the bohemian Parkdale neighborhood in Toronto, PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL MONOGAMIST invites audiences to peek behind the curtain into a world of smart, funny and relatable queer characters, dealing with the universal complications of modern relationships.”

Erie Gay News Review and DVD Giveaway

The Mary Sue Interview with Christina Zeidler & John Mitchell

February 13, 2016/News/0 Comments

The Mary Sue Interview

Lesley Coffin says:

“First time filmmakers John Mitchell and Christina Zeidler made the film, inspired by classic comedies such as Annie Hall, High Fidelity, and Alfie. I spoke with the two filmmakers about using Toronto as a true setting, Elsie as a likable screw-up, and why the struggle to get more women behind the director’s chair starts at the money.”

Full Interview