Coffee makes the world go round. The delicious creamy drink is so versatile, so comforting, and a great way to bring people together. It’s so popular that it stands the test of time, even since its invention way back in the 15th century! Loved and celebrated all over the world, coffee is truly a delight. That’s why we want to celebrate International Coffee Day with you, by sharing our favorite lesbian and bisexual films featuring coffee! All available now on LesFlicks VOD.
Give them a watch, perhaps while curled up with your favorite mug of coffee (decaf, caf, cold brew, whatever), and let us know what you think on our social media using the hashtag #LesflicksFilmList!
PASTRY is a short film about a sweet seduction between an imaginative baker, who sees cakes as metaphors for different personalities, and an overweight businesswoman with a seriously sweet tooth.
Kimberly and Tiffany always have morning coffee together in the park. Talking about love, life, and the meaning of happiness. KJ, a physically fit, masculine identified woman happens to be in the park the same day, causing a minor glitch in the usual stuffy routine the pair seems to share.
The Coffee Shop (2014)
The Cup coffee house, a gay hot spot, its workers, its regulars, and the drama it has to deal with every day. There’s the owner of the shop, the fabulous Bea Reasonable and the flamboyant boy-crazy gay waiter, Jamie. There’s also the slimy creeper looking for some fun. And then there’s Helen, a straight girl with a penchant for drama. The drama unfolds when Helen meets her bisexual boyfriend at The Cup for a date. Hilarity ensues when their date goes awry and a water fight breaks out. And it only gets funnier from there. The Cup becomes the place for awkward coming out stories, hook-ups in the bathroom, and vampire meetings. The drama culminates when Helen enters the coffee house again to take down the man who stole her man from her.
Conversations in a Coffee Shop (2015)
Every coffee drinker has a story. In this series, be a fly on the wall where you, the viewer, are brought into their intimate conversations.
This list is by no means complete, there were so many more coffee-centric films out there that we could add. Why not check out other list articles we’ve suggested? And if you have a list of your own – let us know!
Remember, let us know what you think on social using the hashtag #LesflicksFilmList!
Written By Shawna
Editor, Reviewer, Writer
Independent screenwriter and director with the focus of telling stories for and about women, people of color, the LGBTQ+ community, and other marginalized groups.