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Jamie Babbit Discusses The Lack Of Feminine Lesbian Characters In Film

by Tim Winfred July 11, 2016

In the second episode of Queerty’s Going Places director Jamie Babbit discusses the lack of feminine lesbian representation in film that inspired her to create the film But I’m A Cheerleader. Watch the full episode above to find out where she draws inspiration for the stories she tells in her films.

Tune in next week to hear writer-director Devon Kirkpatrick’s thoughts on the role gender non-conforming characters play in film. Missed episode one? Catch up now!

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