Lesbian Film “I Kissed A Girl” Now Expanded To Online Series
Documentary explores women's 'first girl-kiss' stories and how it impacted them.
As most of you know, kissing a girl for the first time can be a mind-blowing, life-changing big deal. For some lesbians, it is the moment that confirms what you may have secretly known for so long. It is the moment that shapes your identity.
Originally an eleven minute short film, I Kissed a GIRL has been expanded to a four-part series spotlighting twenty five “women who love women” sharing their first girl-kiss stories. Created by Jen Sheridan, the new four-part online series premiered on May 31 on Tello Films, a Chicago-based, lesbian-focused internet channel.
Each episode is around ten minutes, focusing on different women, their first kisses and how the experiences made them understand themselves. Some experiences are hilarious, some are heartbreaking, but all of them are intimately personal in highlighting how the experience affected their lives.
By sharing their discoveries to us, we once again realise the diversity of the lesbian community and how every individual learns about and responds to their sexuality in different ways. Each experience is a unique one.
“We were in the kitchen and the world stopped and my knees went out... This is what they all write the songs about; this is why they make movies.” - Caroline
“Then we fell down in the dirt and we camped all weekend because that’s what good lesbians do. We camp.” - Angie
Watch the trailer now:
To watch I Kissed a GIRL, become an online subscriber at www.TelloFilms.com for unlimited access to all original programming.