A fun new lesbian feature about looking for love at age forty!
“Films about moviemaking are usually really good or really bad. This one is really, really good.” —Filmmaker Magazine
A wild and wacky comedy from the always dynamic and irresistible Anna Margarita Albelo (Hooters, A Lez in Wonderland). Albelo stars as a 40 year-old filmmaker attempting to bed her leading lady (knockout Janina Gavankar of "The L Word") by writing her a lesbian remake of Edward Albee’s legendary Richard Burton-Elizabeth Taylor theater masterpiece. The quartet cast is rounded out by the lovely Guinevere Turner (Go Fish, The OWLS) and the fabulous Carrie Preston ("True Blood").
Co-written by Saved co-writer Michael Urban, this charming and beautifully shot lesbian feature co-stars the stunning Agnes Olech plus Drew Droege, Joel Michaely, Celeste Pechous and Gloria Sandoval.
WINNER — Grand Jury Prize, Best Performance for Guinevere Turner at Outfest 2013
"Quirky, fun and often touching." — Examiner.com
"It sounds like the title of a porn parody, but the U.S. indie flick Who’s Afraid of Vagina Wolf? turns out to be a gentle romantic comedy." — The Province
"Guinevere Turner playing a lesbian actress playing Elizabeth Burton playing Albee’s Martha is flat-out phenomenal; she nails the deadpan satire of the Hollywood actress.” — AfterEllen