Lesflicks finalist for a Community Organisation Award for LGBT in the UK’s Largest Diversity Awards

London: Lesflicks has been shortlisted and is a finalist in the Community Organisation Award for LGBT category at the National Diversity Awards 2021 alongside Yorkshire MESMAC, Be Yourself at Vibe, Time for Inclusive Education, Pride in Belper, The Outside Project, Script Sirens and Typhoons RUFC. Lesflicks is an independent lesbian-owned organisation with community at its heart. […]

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Award-winning musical comedy series, Kittens in a Cage, lands on Lesflicks

London: Award-winning musical comedy series Kittens in a Cage has landed on Lesflicks. An Ukulele-playing bad girl Junie Butler gets muscled into prison by her ratfink friends. Abandoned by all, she turns to the warm embrace of her pyromaniac cellmate as they plot to escape from a power-hungry prison matron and an axe-murdering beauty queen. […]

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Global premiere of Rain Beau’s End to launch with Q&A with the cast and crew on women’s day

London: Rain Beau’s End will have its global premiere on Lesflicks VoD platform and will be followed by a live Q&A session featuring the cast: Janelle Snow, Amanda Powell, Ed Asner, Sean Young, Christian Stolte, Melanie Chandra and Kirk Kelleykahn; the writer, Jennifer Cooney; the director, Joe Orlandino; the producer, Tracy Wren; and the founder […]

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Lesflicks launches trailer of its second global premiere Rain Beau’s End

London: Lesflicks has launched the trailer of its second global premiere Rain Beau’s End, an intimate lesbian family-drama situated in the late 1990s. The film depicts how the labelling of their adopted son affects a progressive lesbian couple’s relationship as they struggle to raise their family in the spotlight. The film tells a motherhood story […]

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Lesflicks to release Canadian drama feature film White Lie in the US from February 5 2021

London: Lesflicks will release White Lie, a Canadian drama feature film, available to watch in the US from February 5, 2021 as part of its strong growth and further establishing itself as the go-to streaming platform for lesbian and bisexual film across the world. White Lie is a feature film about Katie Arneson (Kacey Rohl) […]

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Lesflicks celebrates LGBT history month with short films for the community

London: Lesflicks will be celebrating LGBT history month with a short film programme aimed at increasing the knowledge of and access to lesbian and bisexual film. This year’s theme is Mind, Body & Soul, with two programmes of short films to engage, entertain and inspire the LGBTQ+ community. Access to the two film programmes will […]

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The inaugural Lesflicks Film Awards 2021 announces its shortlist

London: From December 13 2020 to January 15 2021 any film fan – from audience members to filmmakers, distributors and cinemas/theaters – all around the world were given the opportunity to submit their nominations for their favourites in a vast array of award categories. The categories include best short/feature films, best queer icon, film clubs, […]

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Lesflicks’ brand new, easy-to-use VoD platform is live now

London:  Lesflicks, a streaming platform for lesbian films, has announced its brand new, easy-to-use video-on-demand platform, designed with better functionality and accessibility in mind. This upgraded platform now offers higher functionality, better accessibility, and more user-friendly factors to eliminate confusion and ease the audience’s streaming/renting experience. For instance, there is no longer separate rentals and […]

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Lesflicks to host Xmas Short Film Festival

Lesflicks has announced the first Lesflicks Christmas Short Film Festival, an event showcasing 12 fantastic Naughty and Nice shorts – a programme of entertaining and representative wlw content the platform has to offer, set to take place online between the December 24-27. Lesflicks has always dedicated itself to catering to the diverse, global community of […]

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Lesflicks releases historical drama ‘Odd Girls’ about a young lesbian amid the AIDS crisis

London: Since 1988, the first day of December has been dedicated to commemorating those lost to AIDS-related illness and show support for those who are still living with or affected by the disease worldwide. This December 1, join Lesflicks in remembering those who suffered at the height of the pandemic’s terror, as well as those […]

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