Frauensee, also kwnown as Woman’s Lake in english, is a german film written and directed by Zoltan Paul. A glorious weekend in the waning days of summer. The protagonist, Rosa, is a guardian of the lakes in the magical hinterland north of Berlin and she is a professional fisher. Her lover, Kirsten, lives in a lakeside bungalow, and together the couple play host to two young students on a weekend break from Berlin.
The four womens intense sexual attraction is fuelled be their profoundly different hopes and wordviews… Rosa, Kirsten, Evi and Olivia are portrayed by Nele Rosetz, Therese Hämer, Lea Draeger and Constanze Wächter.
Farewell, My Queen
Farewell, My Queen is a french drama written by Benoît Jacquot. At the court of Versailles, shortly before the French Revolution, the young Sidonie Laborde, who lost her father and mother, has just been engaged as a reader for the Queen Marie Antoinette. She is now housed with the other servants in the outbuildings of the castle, where rumors on powerful people are rife. By her wise choice of readings, sometimes controversial, that appeal to the sovereign, Sidonie slowly forges an inextricable link with the Queen, which she first sees as a simple friendship. She even believe to dethrone Madame de Polignac, governess and best friend of the queen, in the heart of Marie Antoinette. Agathe-Sidonie Laborde, Marie Antoinette and La duchesse Gabrielle de Polignac are portrayed by Léa Seydoux, Diane Kruger and Virginie Ledoyen.
The Most Fun I’ve Ever Had with My Pants On
Childhood girlfriends Andy and Liv reunite to scatter Andy’s dad’s ashes from LA to Austin where Liv will audition for the role of a vixen spy in a noir film. Between performing dysfunctional funerals in surreal southwestern landscapes, the girls practice being bad!
Hilarious dialog, military cross-dressing, an incredible underground soundtrack, and performances by Sarah Hagan (Freaks and Geeks, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, 90210) and writer/director Drew Denny elicit lots of laughter and a few tears in this mixed media dark comedy that interweaves autobiography, documentary, fiction and camp.. You can find more info on their website.
A Perfect Ending
A perfect ending is a lesbian-themed romance written and directed by Nicole Conn. Here is the official synopsis: Rebecca has a very unusual secret, one that not even her best friends know about. The last person on earth she expects to reveal it to is a high priced escort named Paris. What starts as a comedy of errors ends up a uniquely erotic journey. Rebecca’s unconventional efforts to find herself are raw, evocative, and often times humorous, but always very real, very human. Sometimes a perfect ending is not what you expect it to be.
Behind the facade of a beautiful urban home, a combination of complacency and bad investments has left power couple Ben and Gail disconnected, resentful and just about broke.
When the cash-strapped yuppies fire their teen-aged daughter’s lesbian Mexican nanny, Margarita, they set off a chain of events that lead to her deportation. Margarita and Jane are portrayed by Nicola Correia-Damude and Christine Horne. The official trailer has been added.