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A new behind-the-scenes interview with Bryce Earhart (Declan Sower) and Ella Devito (Callie Craven).


The Misselthwaite Archives is a modern adaptation of The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, told through a series of online videos, images, and written vignettes.

View the trailer, teaser, and first episode, and find out more atmisselthwaitearchives.com.

i wanna make all my friends watch nmtd tbh i just want people to appreciate this cute lil dorky ass webseries please

Rules: tag 10 followers you want to get to know better

I was tagged by sophisti-cunted

name: Sasha

nickname: Smasha, Smash, Simbo, Sash

birthday: 1st Feb

starsign: the dawning of the age of Aquarius

gender: girly

height: 160cm? 162cm?

sexual orientation: bisexy/queer

favourite color: purple

time rn: 5:26pm

average hours of sleep: 9-10

lucky numbers: 7? idk

last thing i googled: [subject code census date]

words that come to mind: “ah i’m so itchy”

number of blankets i sleep under: just my doona

favourite fictional character: “Anna” from episode 2 of the webseries BLEAK

favourite famous people: Lee Lin Chin

celebrity crushes: Andrew Garfield and Janelle Monae

favourite books: -

favourite bands: too hard i don’t like these questions

last movie i saw: A weirdly good pilot show (not really a movie but whatevrs) called Sex Ed

dream trip: a cruise with all my friends

dream job: this one, but I also get paid to sing (and i get paid more)

what i am wearing atm: tights, singlets, dress, cardigan

Tagging: notafuckingwizard, amorphous-discontent, smalltittyclub, dolanuni, aburningforge, failure-of-modestyfeathersandcream, possibilityday

anonymous asked:

did Heartstruck and Dragon Games are movie/special or webseries? I still confuse about it :S

I think Heartstruck is gonna be in the webisode like TTW, but Dragon Games is a movie I think, because it says  it will be on Netflix, but I’m not sure of it.

there’s pride in a near city this weekend & my flatmate is gay so we talked about it and it was pretty obvious that i’m not straight but i didn’t really say anything til we somehow started to talk about webseries and i told him about Couple-ish (webseries written by Kaitlyn Alexander, coming soon) and there’s a pansexual character in it so i tried to explain pansexual to him and at one point i was like “yeah for example me, i consider myself pansexual because…” and yeah i guess that’s my frist real-life come-out story and we talked a lot and he wants to see Couple-ish when it’s out and he probably takes me with him to pride this weekend if possible and i’m just really happy rn and also i posted this on twitter bc I wanted to tell Kaitlyn bc it was thanks to them that this happened and they favourited the tweet and yep i’m just really happy tonight :) ♥

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New webseries version of Sense and Sensibility that I’m enjoying a lot! Marianne and Elinor feel very real, and I’m happy they gave Margaret more time in the story. 

Couple-ish: A New LGBTQ+ Webseries


Welcome to “Couple-ish”, a new queer webseries written by @kbearluna and produced by Parcel Face Productions and Box Out Studios. We are a group of filmmakers, writers, and actors who are passionate about bringing new voices and new representation to LGBTQ+ audiences that don’t usually see it. “Couple-ish” is queer media with a fake couple, but real heart.

“Couple-ish” is about Dee, a bisexual, non-binary Canadian illustrator, who finds themself locked into a lease they can’t afford. With the help of younger sister Amy, Dee thinks they find the perfect new roommate in Rachel, a queer British bartender. Things go awry in this character-driven comedy when, eight months later, Rachel claims Dee as a common-law partner to stop herself from being deported. When Amy, who is developing a crush on her sibling’s roommate, begs Dee to go with the plan, the group sets up a YouTube channel to prove Rachel and Dee are totally in love—and totally not just faking it for the government.

The series will be shot in both vlog and standard formats, and will combine trans-media elements through a character-run Tumblr. With 22 planned episodes, “Couple-ish” will have over two full hours of scripted material for your viewing pleasure.

Please take a look at our kickstarter, and reblog this if you want to see this made!

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Welcome to “Couple-ish”, a new queer webseries filming in Toronto, ON. We are a group of filmmakers, writers, and actors who are passionate about bringing new voices and new representation to LGBTQ+ audiences that don’t usually see it. “Couple-ish” is queer media with a fake couple, but real heart.

“Couple-ish” is about Dee, a bisexual, non-binary Canadian illustrator, who finds themself locked into a lease they can’t afford. With the help of younger sister Amy, Dee thinks they find the perfect new roommate in Rachel, a queer British bartender. Things go awry in this character-driven comedy when, eight months later, Rachel claims Dee as a common-law partner to stop herself from being deported. When Amy, who is developing a crush on her sibling’s roommate, begs Dee to go with the plan, the group sets up a YouTube channel to prove Rachel and Dee are totally in love—and totally not just faking it for the government.

The series will be shot in both vlog and standard formats, and will combine trans-media elements through a character-run Tumblr. With 22 planned episodes, “Couple-ish” will have over two full hours of scripted material for your viewing pleasure.

Donate to help fund Kaitlyn’s web series: here.