Ah, lesbians in L.A. All they do is shop for fedoras and have brunch at the Abbey, right? Except when there’s a movie to be made! Hollywood will never be the same after filmmaker Anna Margarita Albelo and her production team are finished creating Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf? Yes, we said “vagina wolf.”
Personal yet unequivocally universal, Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf? Is an independent film that explores a Cuban-American lesbian’s struggle to balance career, love life, friendship, insecurity and determination—in addition to mother-daughter issues and internalized lesbophobia. Made by and about women of color, Albelo’s film examines what it means to be a lesbian Latina in the world and makes that story visible. And what better way to do it than with an all-lesbian parody of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
The Real L Word’s Whitney Mixter joins the star-studded cast, along with Guinevere Turner (Go Fish, The L Word), Tammy Lynn Michaels (Popular) and Bridget McManus (Brunch with Bridget).
Now the only thing the “wolf pack” needs is you! If you think it’s important to see more feature films made by and about lesbians, become a supporter of the production by visiting their fundraising campaign: http://www.indiegogo.com/WhosAfraidofVaginaWolf
Incentives for donating to the project include a real live date with Guinevere, Whitney or Tammy. You could also win a meeting with the director. Pitch that script you’ve been working on since college—maybe you’ll be making a movie with her soon!