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Lesbians -- Drama

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Double Negative, 2020

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Identifier: sw_2020spring_thompson_gregory.pdf
Overview "Double Negative is an LGBTQ psychological thriller about a voyueristic and truecrime obsessed photography student who takes on the identity of her recent lover after witnessing the one night stand's accidental death. The film follows our protagonist as she frames another woman for the crime, only to find her intended victim is a more formiddible match than she intially anticipated. Intertwining elements of black comedy, surrealism, and the potential for an unreliable narrator, Double...
Dates: 2020

Rub, 2016

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Identifier: vm_2016summer_sichling_brandon.pdf
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"The Rub is a film following Nadia, a writer on tour to promote the film version of her coming out memoir, and her girlfriend, Josefina. On the last stop of the tour, Nadia flirts with her publishing handler, Stacey, leading all three women to ask what they want out of relationships. The Rub is about how people tell their stories to themselves and others, how they mediate their experiences, and how holding onto those experiences damages relationships." --Abstract.

Dates: 2016

Tender, 2020

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Identifier: sw_2020spring_versyp_tandy.pdf
Overview "This feature-length dark comedy uses the tropes of the thriller genre to both satirize and honor the institution of marriage. The script also uses elements of melodrama and camp to speak directly to a queer audience, providing catharsis for emotional trauma specific to the LGBT community. This project is the culmination of a larger body of work aimed at transforming my episodic, autobiographical writing style into marketable, highly structured screenwriting—without losing my voice or...
Dates: 2020