The Bi Line: Butch Pals, Avocado Toast, and Life from @kleffnotes

Conventions might not be happening in physical spaces this year, but many are either transition to or being created in online spaces. One such convention that made a bit of a shift was ClexaCon. While the convention itself did not fully take place, they did shift their Film Festival and some related panels to online. I admittedly had hoped to enjoy more of these offerings, but my life was a bit hectic right at the same time that the convention was taking place. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Butch Pals, Avocado Toast, and Life from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Leanne Noelle Smith from @kleffnotes

I had the opportunity to chat with Leanne Noelle Smith about her role in Fak Yaass and some of her other upcoming projects. This series is a perfect watch during quarantine. Thank you to her for answering all of my questions. Continue reading “Interview with Leanne Noelle Smith from @kleffnotes”

Rational Creatures Season 2 Campaign Interview from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to chat with some of the lovely people who are part of Rational Creatures, the Persuasion inspired web series that premiered in Fall 2019. This webseries is crowdfunding for a new season on Seed&Spark and literary inspired webseries lovers are in for a treat. Thank you to everyone for their fun responses. Continue reading “Rational Creatures Season 2 Campaign Interview from @kleffnotes”

Rational Creatures Seeking Funding for Season 2! Press Release from @kleffnotes

Based on Persuasion, this web series is already off to a great start [JANUARY 26, 2020] Rational Creatures, a modern web series inspired by Jane Austen’s beloved novel Persuasion, aired its first season in the fall of 2019. It will be crowdfunding its
second season on Seed & Spark. Continue reading “Rational Creatures Seeking Funding for Season 2! Press Release from @kleffnotes”

The Bi Line: Ringing In the New Year with @BIFLseries from @kleffnotes

Happy New Year’s Eve lovely readers! I am writing this article on my cell phone in Dulles International Airport. Krista and I went to Ohio for Christmas and found our connecting flight home cancelled. Our new flight is slated to go out tonight, but we did wind up unexpectedly spending the night in the DC area. With our schedules we have both been too busy to really watch anything, but we found ourselves with a rare night in with no work the next day and finally binged BIFL on YouTube. I have watched parts of the series before and even reported on it way back when it was just a script, but this binge reignited my love of these fantastic characters. Continue reading “The Bi Line: Ringing In the New Year with @BIFLseries from @kleffnotes”

Kappa Force @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes

The college experience has been portrayed in hundreds of movies and television shows, but Kappa Force takes the idea of college and gives it a queer and satirical twist. State University seems like the perfect example of an all American campus, but that image is shattered once you learn that The Douche has plans to take down the members of Kappa Force. Yes, the villain’s name is The Douche and he thinks this is a great choice, if that helps you to understand the high levels of campy hilarity that fill this series. Continue reading “Kappa Force @REVRYTV Review from @kleffnotes”

The Third Dekkoo Series Review from @kleffnotes

Dekkoo presents a new and provocative series, The Third, that showcases nontraditional families and ways of life. The show focuses on Jason, a twenty-nine year old gay man, who has sort of unexpectedly found himself part of a triad relationship. For those of you who are unfamiliar with this sort of relationship type, the series You, Me, Her has touched on it slightly. An established couple brings in a third person to be part of their relationship in both of these series, though this is not always how a triad is created. In this case Jason has found himself attracted to two men who are already in a committed and primarily monogamous relationship. Continue reading “The Third Dekkoo Series Review from @kleffnotes”

Passage Web Series Review from @freegolaw

Everyone has a secret in this science-fiction drama. Passage is an episodic paranormal sci-fi drama centered around Janus Agent Ali Prader (play by Shannan Leigh Reeve) from Representation Matters Production and Tello Films. What is passage? Passage is resolution. When a ghost or paranormal being finally achieves resolution on Earth, he/she/they are finally able to move on and get “passage”. Continue reading “Passage Web Series Review from @freegolaw”

Interview with Gretchen Wylder from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to chat with Gretchen Wylder, the creator, writer, and one of the core characters of the web series These Thems. Her series uses humor to examine and discuss topics of queerness, gender identity, coming out, sexual empowerment, and so much more. In her series, Wylder plays Gretchen, who after realizing she might be a lesbian, befriends a nonbinary dog walker named Vero. This friendship leads to a journey through the queer culture and world that Gretchen had never known. Thank you to Gretchen Wylder for discussing her series with me. Continue reading “Interview with Gretchen Wylder from @kleffnotes”

Interview with Jessii Vee from @kleffnotes

Rounding out our interviews with the cast of Running With Violet, I had the chance to talk with Jessii Vee. The actor and YouTuber plays Frankee, the slightly witchy babysitter from Season One who has started to find new skills this season. She was one of my favorite characters in the first season and I was excited to see she was back for more one liners and epic levels of snark. I got to chat with her about this new season and what she’s up to outside of the series. Continue reading “Interview with Jessii Vee from @kleffnotes”