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541 French filmmaker Isa Lutine
Erich Viedge interviews French poly filmmaker Isa Lutine about her latest film
0:00 Introduction and host chat
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1:30 Intro and host chat
Nurse, counselor and poly educator Kathy Labriola shares her poly holiday survival guide tips in a guest blog post.
2:45 Poly in the news
- Sudden abundance of black and poly web series and films
- Polyamory is one of the most popular relationship search terms of 2017
- You, me and polyamory: Inside Philadelphia’s growing nonmonogamous community featuring our own Kevin Patterson and Antoinette Crumby’s poly relationship! And their pastor’s response blog post was awesomely compassionate and loving.
11:00 Interview: Erich Viege interviews poly French filmmaker Isa Lutine, a.k.a Isabelle Broué
Broué is the director of the 2004 film Tout le plaisir est pour moi — all the pleasure is for me — about a radio journalist who realises one day she’s lost her clitoris.
In 2016, She made a feature film about polyamory which won the Best Screenplay AND Best feature at the Vancouver women in Film festival in 2017. Her latest project is called Lutine le Film. You can find it at www.lutinelefilm.com and on Facebook Lutine le Film. Broué herself is on Facebook as Isa Lutine. (“Lutine” is the French word for elf or imp and broadly means something like “polyamorous person.”)
If you would like to arrange a screening, you can contact Broué through her website lutinelefilm.com
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