Are You the Next Lesbian Film Critic?

If you like watching movies and think you would make a great reviewer, enter this contest now to win free movies!


Do you have something to say about lesbian cinema? Do you think you’d make a good movie critic? Well, there’s one sure way to find out: write a review!


Providing a forum for critiques, reviews and reflections on LGBT movies is a mission at /bent, and now they are extending that mission to include you.


“Whether you'd like to write a traditional review or a personal essay — your engagement with today's queer cinema landscape will be rewarded when you send us your piece this month about one of these two exciting recent releases from,” says the folks over at /bent.


The films on offer are: Getting Go: The Go Doc Project (the innovative gay feature from the creators of Were The World Mine) and hilarious lesbian romantic comedy,Who's Afraid of Vagina Wolf?


Here are the rules: Send in your review/commentary/essay, 200-600 words, by September 1st. Include your name and email address.


Email review to: with the subject line "CONTEST"


The winner receives: codes for two free monthly film rentals for a year from — the global LGBT movie platform (that's 24 free rentals for a nearly $100 value). The competition is only open to writers in the US and Canada (though WolfeOnDemand films are available worldwide). Reviews are also published on /bent — launching your career as a professional online film critic!


What’s next?:Here are links to watch both films at


Who's Afraid of Vagina Wolf?


Getting Go: The Go Doc Project


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