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2015 Feature Films

Cassanova was a Woman
by Jezabel Montero, Kevin Arbouet

Cassanova Canto is a struggling actor who fits none of today’s social stereotypes. She is a 5’7”, blonde, blue-eyed Cuban-American who has fallen in love with a woman, while still married to her husband. Throw in a famous Spanish soap star mother, a homophobic sister, a yogi therapist, and an imaginary naked Fantasy Man, and her dilemma takes a riotous unexpected twist. Leaving the audience to ponder: Can you be a free-spirited, sexually fluid, pansexual, bisexual, metrosexual, monogamist and…uhm…also be Latin??

 

Frisky
by Claudia Pickering

When two twenty-something women move back to San Francisco, where they had met on exchange years earlier, their high career aspirations quickly become sidelined by their sexual interests. While wildly crass and charismatic in their public personas, they are in fact fundamentally at odds on many levels. Their opposing beliefs surrounding responsibility and romance, combined with their close quarters while crashing in an acquaintance’s living room, find them thrust onto a fast track to discovering what their friendship is really made of. Based on true events, Frisky is an honest, tongue-in-cheek look at what it is to be a woman in the limbo years between college and “the real world.”