Win Girls On Film 2: Before Dawn DVD

Here’s how to get your hands on the latest volume of lesbian and bi short films.


Plunge, featured in Girls On Film 2: Before Dawn


The summer’s here and girls just want to have fun! At last, Peccadillo is releasing a second volume of Girls On Film short film compilations. Before The Dawn brings together eleven films from UK and international short filmmakers offering dreams, romance, desires and temptation.



There’s vengeful dolls from Germany, Algerian teenage rebels, tennis court tantrums from Iceland and romantic swimmer from Australia. It’s an eclectic mix of drama, documentary, animation and horror, and look out for Rebecca Henderson (Appropriate Behaviour, Miss America) in Jeremy Hersh’s Actresses where a young fan comes face to face with her idol.


UK talent comes from Silly Girl, by Hope Dickson Leach, director of the recently released feature The Levelling and co-written by Game of Thrones’ Ellie Kendrick; Rob Savage’s chilling Dawn of The Deaf featuring Emily Bevan (TV’s Doc Marten, Grantchester); and Max Disgrace’s erotically charged Crystal Clear.


Silly Girl


We have 3 copies of the DVD to give away.


To enter just tweet @DIVAmagazine using the hashtag #DIVAGirlsOnFilm and tell us the name of your favourite ever lesbian film. Or answer by commenting on our Facebook page, making sure you use the hashtag #DIVAGirlsOnFilm.


The competition ends 31 August. We can’t wait to see your answers. Now get tweeting!


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