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100% lesbian and bisexual stories. Lesflicks promotes films that show women loving women on screen; have a central lesbian or bisexual storyline; or which have a strong lesbian or bisexual presence which shows these women in a positive light.
Lesflicks was born with the vision of bringing together all lesbian and bisexual content on one single platform. A number of LBQ content is scattered across different streaming or rental services, but many of these projects are hard to find, whereas others have been forgotten.
Directly supporting filmmakers to get paid for their work and help make more films, Lesflicks aims to provide a platform to build a diverse community of LBQ fans and content creators from around the world by promoting films that show women loving women on screen; have a central lesbian or bisexual storyline; or which have a strong lesbian or bisexual presence which shows these women in a positive light.
Filmmaker and Author B. Danielle Watkins chronicles being the only African-American filmmaker in the inaugural lesbian only film festival Cinema Systers Film Festival in Paducah, Kentucky. While simultaneously staying at the historic Hotel Metropolitan that was built to house the likes of Louis Armstrong and Moms Mabley so that they could have a place of comfort in a racially motivated climate. Exploring the historic importance of the festival as well as the hotel B. Danielle Watkins finds herself emotionally torn between that of being celebrated and the history of being shunned.
Find out more about Parallel on the Lesflicks Film Database: https://www.lesflicks.com/film/film-database/parallel-the-documentary/
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