Press for Sour Peach Films
Dyking Out: Growing Up Baptist
Filmmaker Chelsea Moore (Sour Peach Films) came by to dyke out about her Southern Baptist upbringing in Tennessee, which included being home schooled. We learn about Chelsea’s early impressions of homosexuality, and how her religion’s teachings conflicted with her own experiences, as well as how it’s shaped the films she makes today.
Dyking Out: Lesbian Love Scenes
Talented Director/Writer/Producer Erica Rose (Sour Peach Films, Girl Talk) helps break down the dos and donts of a lesbian love scene, as we talk about the good, the bad, and the spit.
Girl Talk: DIVA meet the fierce femmes behind Sour Peach Films. US S-based filmmakers Erica Rose and Chelsea Moore are the two women behind brilliant lez/bi short, Girl Talk.
The Sewers of Paris: Taking Back Queer Femme Sexuality
The guests on this bonus episode are Erica Rose and Chelsea Moore, who talk about Sylvia Plath, The L Word, and the Well of Loneliness. Erica and Chelsea are a New York filmmaking team who push the boundaries of queer sex and sexuality on screen.
NewFest LGBT Film Festival always brings the best and brightest of queer cinema to the Big Apple, and this year, the festival’s 30th iteration, is no exception. Read on for our editors’ picks of films you won’t want to miss at NewFest 2018.
On Her Terms
Erica Rose is a KICKASS queer feminist filmmaker, who writes and directs her own shorts in addition to freelance assisting and producing. She began her career as a Director's Assistant and in just a few years, worked her way up to Associate Producer of the Netflix documentary "The Center Will Not Hold."
To curate a list of escapist fare, The Advocate asked the filmmakers of the Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival for recommendations on movies that give them laughter, hope, and joy.
We Are Moving Stories
Women and Hollywood
For this round of crowdfunding picks, we’re looking at shorts centered on the struggle to survive, define ourselves, and push past the stereotypes that prevent us from empathizing with others. First up is “Girl Talk,” Erica Rose’s film about a young woman navigating queer culture.
River Gallo is the first out intersex person to write and star in a narrative film. Not only this, but the whole team behind its production is compromised of female, LGBTQIA people and artists of color.