'Strange Fame,' Animated Lesbian Sci-Fi Movie, Focuses On Two Queer Musicians

Take Leisha Hailey and Camila Grey, add the storyline between “Lynn” and “Finn” from the CW’s Girlfriends (currently off air), and mix it with Anime and you’ve got “Strange Fame.”

The new animated lesbian sci-fi movie focuses on the story of Naia and Parker, two queer musicians who are smitten by each other and begin making music -- and love.

“Strange Fame” is directed and co-written by GB Hajim and openly lesbian musician Shelley Doty, distributed by Wolfe Video. Veteran stars such as Tim Curry ("Ricky Horror Picture Show"), George Takei ("Star Trek") and Juliet Landau ("Buffy The Vampire Slayer") have lent their voices for the colorful and vibrant film about genetically modified lady lovers who are seduced by fame.

The film will become available for order on March 19 and is currently available for streaming via Sistah Sinema Online.

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