Tagged: genre: lgbt

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The Picks: Los Angeles Lift-Off Film Festival 2015

The Lift-Off Film Festival is a global network that sprouts screening events in the cities of Vancouver, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Sydney, London, Liverpool, Amsterdam, Las Vegas and Los Angeles, and I got the chance to watch some of the shorts in competition ahead of their LA screenings this week.

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Freeheld (2015) Trailer

Based on the Oscar-winning short documentary, a New Jersey police officer diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer fights back for her right to leave her pension to her wife.

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Experiment Awards: Best of 2014

There are a lot of movie all over the world, some left in distribution limbo, some others left unsubtitled, so this is my attempt at making some sort of comprehensive list of what I thought was great… with some surprises, like last year.

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Orange Is the New Black – Season 3

The scope and view of Litchfield feels a lot bigger to watch in terms of having to take care of an already massive character roster and the world becoming more exapnsive in Orange Is the New Black’s third season.

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Sense8 – Season 1

Eight individuals of different cultural and ethnic background are all mysteriously connected to each other, and are being hunted for it.

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Grace and Frankie – Season 1

A high-strung high-maintenance ex-beauty-product-CEO housewife and a hippy-dippy environmentally-conscious earth-mother-loving housewife who can’t stand each other become friends after their husbands leave them for each other.

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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt – Season 1

Kimmy Schmidt has just been rescued from an underground bunker after being held captive along with three other women for 15 years. She decides to relocate herself in New York City and start her life over again.