Katie and Naomi's round up of Friday at #TheDinah
With mainstream television only portraying a small proportion of our gay lives; it isn't surprising that we want something more. Programmes on television are increasingly including LGBT characters, but we see their interaction with the mainstream world, which only represents a small proportion of our real lives.
Clare Hopes gets into the hotseat with our exclusive Q&A... plus some on camera interviews from Clare and her #ShesInLondon alter ego MEL
TelloFilms.com, the distributor for She's in London is giving away lots of goodies from their previous web series to fund future projects!
From Planet M Productions and coming very soon to tellofilms.com 'She's in London' will be the LBQ web series that everyone's talking about.
With a series that contains references to pretty much all the social media on offer, including a brilliant argument with Siri, a Vine viral sensation, swiping on Tinder and much more (probably one or two references that went straight over this writer's "down with the kids" head) what could be more fitting than three-way Skype call to talk about the web series?
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.
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.
What's a little rain to a thousand lesbians? Do you think it would really get in the way of one of the most smashing weekends on the annual calendar?
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...
Nicole talks about her "inspiring" fan base and some of the horrors LGBT people face around the world, with homosexuality being illegal, let alone a fight for equal marriage.
Web series are fast becoming the platform to view high quality lesbian 'TV' content, and the quantity of what's available is growing as fast as the quality.
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.