Dollhouse Movie Review from @kleffnotes

Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity From American Popular Culture releases in the U.S. this August after already having been launched for international sales after the 2020 online Cannes Festival. While the idea of stylized puppets may not lead you to think this is a piece that will be educational, it uses the humorous presentation to present viewers with the truth of fame and society’s views of women. Rock Salt recently acquired the rights and they very excited to be connected to this project. Continue reading “Dollhouse Movie Review from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Steve Kaszas from @kleffnotes

I had the opportunity to chat with the lead actor in Speak Your Mind, the award-winning dark comedy, Steve Kaszas. In his role as Jacob he goes on a sort of coming of age journey when choosing to take on an “aura of honesty.” With the film just recently premiering on iTunes and Amazon Prime in North America this is the perfect time to learn more about Speak Your Mind and Steve Kaszas. Continue reading “Interview with Steve Kaszas from @kleffnotes”

AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKER NICOLE CONN LAUNCHES NICOLE CONN FILMS GLOBAL (NCFG) A GLOBAL DESTINATION HUB DEDICATED TO SHOWCASING CONTENT FOR, BY AND ABOUT … QUEER WOMEN Partnering with OML, Tello Films, OUTTAKE MEDIA™ & LesFlicks, among others… Building Community Through Unity #StrongerTogether

Los Angeles, CA – Award-winning filmmaker Nicole Conn is announcing the launch of NICOLE CONN FILMS GLOBAL (NCFG), the first ever global destination hub for all-things queer women media content. Kicking off on June NCFG’s mission is to provide a digital space … Continue reading AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKER NICOLE CONN LAUNCHES NICOLE CONN FILMS GLOBAL (NCFG) A GLOBAL DESTINATION HUB DEDICATED TO SHOWCASING CONTENT FOR, BY AND ABOUT … QUEER WOMEN Partnering with OML, Tello Films, OUTTAKE MEDIA™ & LesFlicks, among others… Building Community Through Unity #StrongerTogether

The Bi Line: Ending Pride with Some Recommendations from @kleffnotes

Pride is coming to an end technically, though really shouldn’t we just be celebrating our identities every month? As someone who has never lived near a place that does a Pride event, the closest was about an hour and a half away and I was only ever able to go one time since I don’t drive, strangely quarantine allowed me to actually participate in one for the first time in ages. Lez Hang Out, one of the podcasts I try to actively listen to every week, hosted the live stream with guests from across the country. While I was not tuned in for the entire stream, what I did see was a delight and I hope that even if we aren’t in quarantine next Pride month that they host this even again. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Ending Pride with Some Recommendations from @kleffnotes”

Belly of the Beast and Coded Bias Human Rights Watch Film Festival Showcase from @kleffnotes

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival has moved online this year and while the festival did start on June 11th, it continues on until June 20th. For this ten day event those who wish to participate can purchase tickets to stream the films included in the lineup. I admittedly was not able to check out some of these films until after the festival started so in order to share my thoughts before it ends I wanted to release a showcase of the two I did have a chance to watch. Continue reading “Belly of the Beast and Coded Bias Human Rights Watch Film Festival Showcase from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Wendy Jo Carlton from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to ask some questions of award winning filmmaker Wendy Jo Carlton, primarily about her recent film Good Kisser. We also chatted a bit about some of her other projects, including one that you can find on Netflix. Thank you to Wendy Jo Carlton for taking the time to answer all of my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Wendy Jo Carlton from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Gay Star Wars! from @kleffnotes

I may not be the biggest Star Wars fan, but my wife Krista definitely has a minor obsession. She loved Star Wars far before I met her and her love of the Millennium Falcon is unrivaled, I even think she might love it more than Han Solo himself. We had planned to do a big to do for May the Fourth, but with the weirdness of the world right now and some personal issues, primarily concerning my health, that didn’t really happen. I though had jokingly mentioned doing an article where we tried to make the Star Wars universe a little bit more gay, or queer, depending on how you use those two terms. What resulted was a list of some characters we thought worked perfectly. Read on for our own little thought project on Star Wars and how there might just be a little more queer rep than meets the eye. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Gay Star Wars! from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Erin Carter and Sam Coyle from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to discuss Hazy Little Thing, the feature film by Erin Carter and Sam Coyle. This project focuses on mental health and social media and is making its world premiere at the 2020 Canadian Film Festival. Thank you to Erin Carter and Same Coyle for answering all of my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Erin Carter and Sam Coyle from @kleffnotes”