World’s First Lesbian Themed Animated Sci-Fi Film “Strange Frame” Debuts In Hawaii
Strange Frame an animated sci-fi adventure movie centered around the transformative power of love between two women has debuted on the big screen in Hawaii.
The animated sci-fi fantasy is directed by Wailea resident GB Hajim, who co-wrote the script with Shelley Doty, and the work was done in East Hawaii. The film, which made its debut in London last May, has been a hit with critics and sci-fi fans at various film festivals worldwide and was named best feature at DragonCon Film Festival in Atlanta, the largest fan-run festival in the world.
The story explores the transformative power of love between two women in the 28th century on Ganymede, one of Jupiter’s moons. The protagonist, Naia, is a feisty young singer-songwriter and indentured slave who falls in love with beautiful saxophonist Parker. The two fight to make it as musicians, as well as for their freedom. …
Strange Frame features an all-star voice cast including: George Takei, Claudia Black, Ron Glass, Tim Curry, Juliet Landau and Alan Tudyk.