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Batwoman is finally coming to the UK on e4!

Batwoman is finally coming to the UK on e4!

Batwoman is coming to the UK in 2020 - and on E4! By now I think we're getting used to getting TV content later than the US (episode 1 aired on 6 October 2019) - that doesn't make it any more frustrating - especially when spoilers appear on the global social media. ...

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LGBT History Month 2020

LGBT History Month 2020

LGBT History Month 2020 LGBT History Month is celebrated throughout the UK in February. Up and down the country, libraries get involved and often put on screenings of LGBT films through their license with Filmbank Media/PPL PRS music license. However the films...

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7 lesbian films to look out for in 2020

7 lesbian films to look out for in 2020

2019 was an amazing year for lesbian film with some amazing films appearing in the cinema. We're hoping 2020 will offer another bolster selection. We highlight a few of the known future releases in 2020. 2019 started of as the year of the biography with an amazing...

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9 months of lesbian film in 2019!

9 months of lesbian film in 2019!

Thank you so much to every single one of you for making 2019 awesome! I mean it, LesFlicks could not be the success that it is without every single one of you. I (Naomi, founder) took the idea of a film website to BFI Flare in March to see what filmmakers and film...

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The L Word ratings are in…

The L Word ratings are in…

The first episode of the L-Word has now graced screens across the world (albeit in not many countries) and the first data is now available on how well the show is doing. The first thing to note is that publicly available ratings (provided by Nielsen Ratings) only...

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How to access The L Word Generation Q using a VPN

How to access The L Word Generation Q using a VPN

How to... watch The L Word using a VPN For many of us, the realisation that we can't watch The L Word in our country is just becoming apparent. Whilst we understand the need to see it by any means necessary, it is essential that this series is viewed via an official...

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The L Word: Generation Q – Episode Guide

The L Word: Generation Q – Episode Guide

The L Word: Generation Q Episode Guide Warning: Synopsis' contain spoilers Groundbreaking drama series The L Word® revolutionized a generation. This fall the highly anticipated sequel The L Word®: Generation Q debuts. Ten years after the previous events, the original...

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5 lesbian films to watch this Halloween

5 lesbian films to watch this Halloween

Five lesbian films to watch this Halloween You'd be forgiven for thinking that all films showing women loving women are romcoms... well think again! In 2018, just 8% of the mainstream UK cinema was comedy/romcoms; that doesn't give much chance of a independent...

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Collaboration with Queer Cinema returns!

Collaboration with Queer Cinema returns!

Collaborating with Queer Cinema Again!! We're delighted to announce that following our sell out and hugely successful first collaboration with Queer Cinema back in September (missed it, take a look here), we've been asked to return again in November - this time at a...

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Who are the 8 main characters in The L Word: Generation Q?

Who are the 8 main characters in The L Word: Generation Q?

Who's Who in The L Word: Generation Q? The new trailer has dropped, but it only gives us a glimpse of several people. What we really want to know, is who are the main characters? Well there are 8 main characters, 3 returning from the original The L Word. They really...

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5 things we saw in the new L Word Generation Q trailer

5 things we saw in the new L Word Generation Q trailer

Drop everything, the new L Word: Generation Q teaser just dropped! The lesbian event of the year is happening in the US in December... the rest of the world has no idea what is going on but because the internet is global we're caught up in it even though we really...

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Collaboration with Queer Cinema to present women loving women

Collaboration with Queer Cinema to present women loving women

Collaborating with Queer Cinema Way back in March at BFI Flare when we first entered into the world, we met a lovely person called Calu who told us about a regular event they ran called Queer Cinema and asked if we would be interested in collaborating on an event...

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Unicorn Nights and LesFlicks presents But I’m a Cheerleader

Unicorn Nights and LesFlicks presents But I’m a Cheerleader

Classic film showing in the cinema for one night only! I can finally announce that LesFlicks is teaming up with Unicorn Nights to show... BUT IM A CHEERLEADER! Directed by Jamie Babbit Starring Natasha Lyonne, Clea DuVall, Michelle Williams presented by Unicorn Nights...

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LesFlicks to host the cinema at LFEST

LesFlicks to host the cinema at LFEST

We're delighted to announce that LesFlicks will be curating to hosting the cinema at LFEST in 2019! The cinema returns following a year off and will be the first time it has popped up in the current location in Llandudno, Wales. It will also be having an upgrade and...

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90s series Tales of the City to return on Netflix

90s series Tales of the City to return on Netflix

Netflix has announced Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City as a Working Title Television and NBCUniversal International studios production for Netflix. For those of you over 30, Tales of the City may ring a bell. For those of you who are younger, you're probably...

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Panel discussion on LGBTQ+ representation on screen

Panel discussion on LGBTQ+ representation on screen

A panel discussion took place at the Genesis Cinema in London as part of the Independent Film Festival on Sunday 7 April 2019. Watch below to see the first 30 minutes of the panel discussion. Panel host: Helen OakleighPanel participants (from left to right in the...

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Pioneering Bollywood lesbian romance released in India

Pioneering Bollywood lesbian romance released in India

A pioneering new Bollywood film, Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga (Ek Ladki), the debut film of the writer-director Shelly Chopra Dhar. which opened in India, and is thought to be the first mainstream film to show an Indian family coming to terms with their daughter...

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Calling for short film submissions

Calling for short film submissions

We're seeking filmmakers, actors and industry professionals who have the rights to short films with a lesbian and bisexual theme and would like to access their audience through the LesFlicks website and other third party video on demand portals. LesFlicks is a new...

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