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Lesbian-Themed Film Anatomy of a Love Seen Gets Worldwide Release

Lesbian-Themed Film Anatomy of a Love Seen Gets Worldwide Release

Lesbian-Themed Film  Anatomy of a Love Seen Gets Worldwide Release

Zoe and Mal’s love scene starts a real passion beyond the set, but drama ensues.

Ladies, get ready for a treat: Marina Rice Bader, who was executive producer for Elena Undone, and A Perfect Ending, is premiering her feature-length directorial debut Anatomy of a Love Seen at the 32nd Annual Outfest in Los Angeles on July 18th. And don’t worry, if you’re not able to make it to the festival – the film will immediately be released worldwide the next day as a streaming $5 dollar rental on the film’s website. Yay!

Taking a gander at the film’s Facebook page, you’ll easily get a sense of what to expect in this movie: women thrown into passion together on a set. The tagline for the film's ad reads: “Six months ago, Zoe and Mal fell for eachother while filming a love scene, which led to an intense whirlwind affair.”  Zoe and Mal, played by Sharon Hinnendael and Jill Evyn have a falling out, but find themselves having to re-shoot the scene months later. Gotta enjoy it when films get meta, and give us a view of a film set behind the cameras – which fuels all of my inner fangirl fantasies about my favorite productions.

Bader, whose independent film company is Soul Kiss Films, made the decision to venture into alternative digital distribution options so that fans can view the film easily on the Internet. While most films go through the festival circuit to let media build the hype before a worldwide release, she is one of the first out filmmakers to offer a lesbian feature film at the affordable cost immediately after its first festival premiere. Check out the trailer below that has already gained over 400,000 views since it’s release.

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