#Hashtag Series 2 is coming soon!Read more
At the Raindance Web Series Festival (#RDWF) Diversity Panel last weekend, a matter close to our hearts was discussed. Christin Baker from Tello films provided a fantastic Lesbian perspective and unashamedly defended the right of content creators to produce for their niche audience.Read more
We are very pleased to reveal that one of our favourite web series, and one of out favourite LGBT businesses, Tello films, who produce and distribute innovative, high-quality web series with a lesbian focus is coming to the second Raindance web series festival.Read more
Award-winning out filmmaker Rolla Selbak is releasing the new online “interview” series, in which she shares her personal Hollywood vlogs as she visits some of the most prominent lesbian filmmakers making it happen today.Read more
The brain child of award winning writer/director, Julie Kalceff, Starting From...Now, is a six part, two season dramatic Australian lesbian web series, with a third season currently in development fans will be pleased to hear.Read more
Dyke Central, the SF Bay Area-based queer series touted for the diversity of its cast and relatability of its characters, released its 23-minute Episode 2, “Taboo”, Sunday June 1st on YouTube, which we got to see at this year's Dinah Shore weekend.Read more
The award-winning lesbian web series, Easy Abby, is releasing the Season 1 Finale FREE on YouTube on Wednesday, May 14th. The Finale entitled “Chicago Free Fall” includes both Episodes 13 and 14 and will roll out on the Juicy Planet YouTube Channel and on the show’s official website http://easyabby.com/.Read more
With an even bigger line up than the 2013 event, making this second Dinah Film Festival a now solid fixture on the programme, the limited ticket audience were in for an exclusive treat.
Programmers had arranged a huge line up of the cast and film makers of the 7 strong programme, making this a very special event for guests. Cast and filmmakers took to the stage in possibly the strongest ever LBQ line up on one small stage after the screenings to do a Q&A session and may stayed around after the event to chat to fans.
#Hashtag follows the love lives of two technology-obsessed best friends in Chicago. From Instagram seduction to inappropriate selfies, Twitter over-sharing to OK Cupid...Read more
A cheeky interview with these 2 gorgeous stars from The Real L WordRead more
Published in 2013 by Tello, Roomies is the web series comedy that offers laughs a-plenty encased in slick production. There are characters you'll recognise brought out in their comic best. In particular, standing out is Julie Goldman's portryal of the recently heartbroken Sam who allows herself to become embroiled in a case of fake relationship to secure a great place to live whilst reconnecting with her "straight" best friend.
The show itself is polished, each character is well rounded with a complete and interesting back story. There is no laziness in the writing as it’s kept fresh with spins on social situations all too familiar.Read more
"Come What Mae"
From the warm welcoming, understated entrance, it's like a humorous 'getting to know' a new best friend. Mae is charming, witty and modest. She tells tales about those familiar milestones of growing up with compassion and hilarious facial expressions. She's a self confessed Harry Potter erotica fan.
Following the selection of Rolla Selbak's web series "Kiss Her I'm Famous" in the Raindance Film Festival's first independent web festival, we caught up with the Award Winning Director to find out what inclusion in the festival means and what's coming up for the hit series.Read more
Saturday morning Uttoxeter racecourse, the summer sun shining brightly, outside the designated screening room, Ladies of all shapes and sizes are congregating. A simple chalk board displaying the reason for the looks of excited expectation painted on the faces of the growing crowd.Read more
We had promised ourselves no work on this honeymoon, however we got a sneak preview of Second Shot whilst at the Dinah Shore and couldn't resist a quick review! This brand new, hot off the press LGBT sitcom, set in Ohio, is packed full of potential to become a hit TV show.Read more