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IF YOU STILL PINE FOR THE L WORD…

We’re so ex­cited about new web se­ries Dif­fer­ent For Girls, we put its stars on this month’s cover. Get in the DFG mood be­fore at­tend­ing the pre­miere by read­ing our ex­clu­sive cast in­ter­views on page 30. 17 March

IF YOU CAN’T RE­SIST A BIT OF RAUNCH…

Be­low Her Mouth has re­ceived lots of me­dia at­ten­tion for its steamy sex scenes and all-fe­male crew. Two com­pelling rea­sons not to miss this sap­phic lust story. 18 and 20 March

IF YOU FANCY YOUR­SELF AS A FILM­MAKER…

Pre­pare to be in­spired by an in-depth dis­cus­sion with Jamie Bab­bit, di­rec­tor of les­bian clas­sics But I’m A Cheer­leader and, one of the best-named films ever, Itty Bitty Titty Com­mit­tee. 19 March

IF YOU’RE A DOC­U­MEN­TARY BUFF…

In ho­mo­pho­bic 1980s Amer­ica, four Latina les­bians were wrongly im­pris­oned for sex­u­ally abus­ing a child. They have since been ex­on­er­ated – South­west Of Salem: The Story Of The San An­to­nio Four tells their har­row­ing and heart-break­ing tale. 20 and 21 March

IF YOU LOVED SARAH WA­TERS’ FINGER­SMITH…

In The Hand­maiden, di­rec­tor Park Chan-wook has reimag­ined Wa­ters’ Vic­to­rian novel in a 1930s Korean set­ting. The re­sult is a riv­et­ing erotic thriller with an op­u­lent aes­thetic. 22 and 23 March

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