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  Independent British filmmaker Lisa Gornick, the multi-talented Award-winning London-based director, actor, writer and illustrator, is being celebrated this Spring. Peccadillo is releasing latest film, THE BOOK OF GABRIELLE, as well as revisiting her two earlier features DO I LOVE YOU and TICK TOCK LULLABY, both available on VOD platforms for the first time.

Lisa has established herself as a distinctive and popular voice for the LGBT community. In THE BOOK OF GABRIELLE she exhibits her drawing talent alongside her filmmaking credentials as she explores the nature of personal storytelling. The film also stars Allan Corduner (TV’s Homeland; Da Vinci's Demons); Anna Koval (Ripper Street; Misfits) and Joni Kamen (Killing Bono).

Lisa is also touring the UK with her unique live drawing show which offers a witty, irreverent commentary on lesbian cinema and politics with accompanying illustrations in pen and watercolours.

Watch a clip from the show at the link above.
  Graeme Clark [12 Feb 2018 at 21:20]
     

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