There is no sign that this run of the mill online tease between two outsiders would transform into an instance of stunning universal interest. For a considerable length of time, Sandra in Montreal and Amina, a Syrian-American, bond impractically and mentally. Empowered by Sandra, Amina dispatches a blog called "A Gay Girl in Damascus," speaking to a minimized voice in the Middle East on governmental issues, religion, and sexuality. Quickly earning overall consideration, Amina becomes something of a star blogger. However, when Syria enters the Arab uprising of 2011, Sandra gets word that Amina has been captured, and soon the quest for Amina turns into a worldwide concern and a much bigger riddle to fathom.
Butch Jamie follows the tale of Jamie, a battling butch lesbian entertainer who gets cast as a man in a film. The primary plot is a lighthearted comedy between Jamie's male adjust inner self, "Male Jamie," and Jill, a hetero lady on set.
Ten ladies in Canada talk about being lesbian during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s: finding the mash fiction of the day about ladies in adoration, their own first issues, the agony of separating, frequenting gay bars, confronting police strikes, men's reactions, and the decorum of butch and femme jobs. Mixed among the meetings and recorded film are four sensationalised sections from a mash novel, "Prohibited Love".
The Baby Formula, Two adventurous women in love are desperate to have their own biological child. They take a chance on an experimental scientific process and make sperm from their own stem cells. Pregnant with humor and unexpected twists, their journey ultimately confirms that all life is a gift and all families are crazy.
Oscar designated narrative short around two Jewish lesbians getting a Jewish marriage. They meet the rabbi, the relatives, particularly one of the moms who struggles adapting to the way that their little girl is a lesbian. They experience their inclination for one another, and what sort of wedding they need, and how to do it...
Following 42 years, feisty and brilliant lesbian couple Edie and Thea are at long last getting hitched. From the mid 1960s to the current day, the enthusiastic network activists continue on through numerous fights, both individual and political. As Edie says, "we just went on with this ability we have for wrestling bliss from the crap". Susan Muska and Greta Olafsdottir come back with a romantic tale of two amazing ladies whose pledge to one another is a motivation to every one of us.
A documentary on the maiden cruise of R Family Vacations, the travel company founded by Rosie and Kelli O'Donnell, which specializes in gay family vacations. Setting sail on July 11, 2004, the trip took 500 families from New York to the Bahamas.
Follow a day in the life of a Christian lesbian couple, Rene Sugar and Kelly Smith and their children, to find out how they reconcile and live within a culture that is often prejudiced towards them. Through religious authorities, medical professionals, activists and others - we discover new truths about this ongoing debate from legal, historical, cultural, religious and mythological perspectives.
Inlaws & Outlaws cleverly weaves together the true stories of couples and singles - both gay and straight - and all into a collective narrative that's as hilarious as it is heartbreaking. At the top of the film, we meet a variety of storytellers one on one. We don't know who's gay or straight or who's with whom. As their stories unfold and stereotypes fall by the wayside, love conquers all - and we find ourselves rooting for everyone. With remarkable honesty, good humor, great music and real heart, Inlaws & Outlaws weaves together true stories of couples and singles, gay and straight, to embrace what we all have in common: we love.
Stars: Felicia Loud
They're Jewish, they're grandmothers, and they're lesbians. But they're also so much more, as you'll find out in Deborah Dickson's powerful and intimate documentary. Ruth Berman and Connie Kurtz first met in Brooklyn in 1959, both young married women raising their young children. Becoming fast friends, they soon both moved with their families near Coney Island, where they became active community leaders. Then, in 1974, something incredible happened - they fell in love.