Aussie Lesbian Road Movie 'All About E' Premieres in US


EDGE Media Network Contributor

Friday June 5, 2015

The International premiere of "All About E," a sexy, funny and rollicking Aussie crime film with strong lesbian characters and a rollercoaster plot that weaves in complex issues about identity, family and sexuality, will screen at the prestigious Frameline Film Festival in San Francisco at the Castro theatre on 22nd June. It will also screen at Outfest in Los Angeles on Sunday July 12, 12:30pm, Harmony Gold Theatre.

Director Louise Wadley and principle actors Mandahla Rose and Julia Billington will be in the U.S and available for interview for both screenings.

"We are thrilled to bring "All About E to Frameline and Outfest and hope American audiences will enjoy and connect with the story and character as they did in Australia," said Director, Louise Wadley. "While definitely a rollicking adventure, 'All About E' is also a film that touches on so many issues LGBT people face in real life and also gives voice and visibility to diverse lesbian characters, still something we do not see enough of in film," concluded Wadley.

"All About E" enjoyed its Australian premiere on Sat 21st Feb 2015 at the Mardi Gras Film Festival with an 800 seat sell out. It also screened to another sold-out crowd at Melbourne Queer Film festival on March 29th, 2015. "All About E" is Girls' Own Pictures' first feature film. Director Louise Wadley and producer Jay Rutovitz set up the company to develop and produce original stories with exciting female lead characters. Their crowd funding campaign for The Trouble with E earlier this year raised $94,000 and was the most successful Pozible campaign for an Australian feature film.

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