The queer film community is still thriving in Seattle with a principal cast just announced for a locally made femme queer erotic thriller, Good Kisser from writer/director/producer Wendy Jo Carlton.
The film is scheduled to begin filming October 6th. No word on distribution plans once the film is completed.
Good Kisser follows Jenna, who agrees to a sexy weekend fling with her materialistic girlfriend Kate and the worldly Mia. But as the night unfolds, Jenna realizes she has bitten off more than she can chew, and the love triangle begins to crack.
The film is an “it’s complicated” relationship drama, starring Rachel Paulson as Kate (Drink Responsibly), Julia Eringer as Mia (Girls Like Magic), Kari Alison Hodge as Jenna (I Am Joe), and Courtney McCullough as Yuka (Shameless).
“This is a story about three women, each hiding something that will ignite desire, jealousy, and insecurity,” said director Carlton. “Told through a sex positive lens, this is a poignant take on female pleasure with a ‘careful what you wish for’ twist.”
Production of Good Kisser begins October 6, 2018 in Seattle, Washington.
ABOUT THE CAST
Rachel Paulson has also dipped her feet into writing and producing Drink Responsibly and Kleptos. She is the little sister of actress Sarah Paulson, of “American Horror Story,” and casting director Liz Paulson.
Courtney McCullough is a Chinese/Mexican American actress and model from Los Angeles. She has appeared on Showtime’s Shameless, in the web series Weekly Meeting, and competed as a geography expert on Fox’s Superhuman game show.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Wendy Jo Carlton’s first feature film, Hannah Free, stars Emmy winner Sharon Gless. Her second feature, Jamie and Jessie are Not Together, is now available on Amazon Prime. Carlton’s lesbian web series Easy Abby has received an incredible 50 million views. Both seasons of Easy Abby are now on LGBTQ streaming platform Revry.tv.