An important message from the LLFF President

Dear festival attendees, supporters, and filmmakers,

We are reaching out today to inform you that due to the current covid-19 pandemic, it is no longer possible to safely hold our festival this May 1-3.

This situation is unfortunate and presents some difficulties for our team going forward, but we remain passionate and invested in bringing our community together to celebrate lesbian identities and stories on screen.

We are taking the next few weeks to assess our options and see if it is feasible to postpone the festival until later this year, as some other events have already done.

The health and well-being of our community, and the importance of this festival to each of you, will be paramount in our decision making. 

Please know that you are all in our thoughts and we hope you are keeping safe and well. For those of you working on the front lines, in healthcare, first responders, or are otherwise deemed essential and continue to work outside the home, please accept our sincere thanks for all you are doing.

We commit to keeping you informed and ask for your patience just awhile longer while we navigate this uncharted territory. 

Debi DeMille  President, LLFF Reeling Spinsters

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Congratulations to our LLFF Audience Choice Award Winners 2019

Best
Feature
2019

Rafiki

 

Director:
Wanuri Kahiu
Kenya, 2018
Best
Documentary
2019

Edie Windsor: A More Perfect Union

Film image for Edie Windsor a More Perfect Union

Director: Donna Zaccaro
United States, 2017
Best
Comedy
2019

Film laurels for Best Comedy

Grace and Betty

Director: Zoe Lubec
United States, 2017
Best
Short
2019

Bacchus

Image of a still from the short
Director: Rikke A. K. Planeta
Denmark, 2018