Lesflicks, a film enthusiast website focusing on LBQ stories about women who love women, has announced they have secured the first ever women-loving-women short-film about life in a world hit by Covid-19.
How ‘Bout a Cuppa Tea, written and directed by Jan Miller Corran, delves into the silver-linings that can accompany isolation, exploring how solitude allows a person to stop, breathe deeply, and think deeply about the life they are leading. While many feel that isolation is suffocating, this gentle story shows that you are not alone, and that positives that can result when you are forced to stop living in the rat race.
Naomi Bennett, founder of Lesflicks said: ‘I never in my wildest dreams thought that 18 months after launching Lesflicks as an initial concept, with a view of formally launching our Video on Demand platform at the end of 2020, that we would be fast tracking our platform’s launch and attracting so many new films and a growing audience.
‘Covid has certainly thrown some challenges, but many, many opportunities. Since March we’ve run over 35 events on Zoom/Streamyard and re-entered the cinema to support the release of Summerland and adding over 50 films to the platform to meet the growing demand. Lesflicks is an entirely part-time volunteer-led organisation still in the bootstrapping phase and so I couldn’t be prouder of the team of amazing women who have joined my vision and helped us achieve everything we have so far!’
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