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Queer Women in Love: Kanchi Wichmann Workshop (Glasgow)

Queer Women in Love: Kanchi Wichmann Workshop (Glasgow)

Kanchi Wichmann is a BAFTA-nominated British filmmaker, best known for the lesbian feature Break My Fall. Trained in film and TV producion, Kanchi has also written and directed various short films as well as working on many more film sets in differing roles. This workshop…

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Queer Women in Love: The Wedding Song (Glasgow)

Queer Women in Love: The Wedding Song (Glasgow)

During the Nazi occupation of Tunis, young friends Nour, who is Muslim, and Myriam, who is Jewish, live in a humble neighbourhood where their communities live in harmony. But the world shared by Jews and Arabs is being split by German plans to rid Tunis…

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Queer Women in Love: Go Fish (Glasgow)

Queer Women in Love: Go Fish (Glasgow)

Max is a too-cool-for-school young lesbian woman stressing over the fact she hasn’t had sex for ten months. After first dismissing hippy, excessive drinker of tea Ely, Max goes on a date with her, leading to a long-term mutual infatuation and a ‘will they, won’t…

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Queer Women in Love: Virgin Machine (Glasgow)

Queer Women in Love: Virgin Machine (Glasgow)

In this early film by director Monika Treut, wannabe writer and journalist Dorothee leaves Germany for San Francisco searching for her long-lost mother and some insights into the ailment known as love. Encounters with male impersonator Ramona, charming bohemian Dominique, and purveyor of lesbian erotica,…

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Queer Women in Love: Desert Hearts (Glasgow)

Queer Women in Love: Desert Hearts (Glasgow)

It’s 1959 and reserved professor of English Vivian travels from New York to Reno, Nevada, to take advantage of that state’s reputation for speedy divorce processing after separating from her husband. She stays at a local ranch guesthouse whilst waiting for her divorce to be…

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