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2010 | 2009

3 items from 2010


'The Death of Alice Blue' In Theatres on August 6

1 August 2010 7:23 PM, PDT | The Cultural Post | See recent The Cultural Post news »

The Canadian independent film The Death of Alice Blue will have a limited release in Canada on August 6.

In the film, we follow Alice Blue (Alex Appel). She's the new creative intern at Raven Advertising. Unfortunately for her the place is run by vampires. A group of eccentrics enlist her aid in thwarting their nefarious schemes but there's a complication. There's the possibility that she herself may be genetically predisposed to being the greatest vampire ever, and the only one who can save the dying breed. Alice is forced to confront herself and make a stand, whatever the outcome.

The film was directed and written by Park Bench.

The other stars are Park Bench, Kristen Holden-Ried, Gordon Currie, Barbara Radecki, Megan Fahlenbock, Veronica Hurnick, Carolyn Dunn, Amanda Brugel, Michael Caruana, Juno Mills Cockell, Ed Fielding, Katie Griffin and John Healy.

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- anhkhoido@hotmail.com (Anh Khoi Do)

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Review of "The Baby Formula"

4 April 2010 11:35 PM, PDT | AfterEllen.com | See recent AfterEllen.com news »

Lesbian pregnancy is one of the queer community’s time-honored clichés. The subject (and the stereotype) has been covered in everything from The L Word to a glut of so-so Lgbt films (see: Tick Tock Lullaby, Goldfish Memory) to mainstream TV’s favorite “very special episodes.”

It was therefore almost shocking to find one of the most original, inventive and entertaining lesbian films of recent days in The Baby Formula. While premised on a lesbian pregnancy, the film is really about parenthood, family, and, more broadly, love.

Framed realistically (with just a pinch of sci-fi speculation tossed in), with truly excellent performances by both leads and the strong ensemble cast, it deserves a place on every queer parent’s watch list.

We begin with a close-up shot of two women snuggling on a porch. A documentary director and her camera crew look on, rapt. “Athena wants to have my baby, »

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DVD Artwork for 'The Baby Formula'

2 January 2010 5:00 AM, PST | The Cultural Post | See recent The Cultural Post news »

Maple Pictures, the distributor of Alison Reid's The Baby Formula, has released online the DVD artwork of this romantic comedy. Moreover, The Baby Formula will come out on DVD on January 5, 2010 in Canada.

Synopsis:

Athena (Angela Vint) and Lilith (Megan Fahlenbock) form a lesbian couple. They both want a biological child of their own. Their envy pushes them as far as taking part in an experimental scientific process that will allow them to make sperm from their own stem cells. However, Athena and Lilith must face the disapproving attitude of people around them.

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- anhkhoido@hotmail.com (Anh Khoi Do)

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