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Admin12.08.2021

Moxie Pictures » Looking Glass

The following summer, while down in Virginia visiting her parents, Celia went a bit crazy in preparation for the wedding and bought every single vintage plate, serving dish, brass candlestick, and goblet she could get her hands on.
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Admin17.06.2021

A Beach Wedding in the Rain: Celia Rowlson

Mia: There are zero challenges; it is purely heaven [ laughter].
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Admin04.09.2021

Moxie Pictures » Looking Glass

Together with caterer Lauren Lombardi, Mia and Celia created a dream menu sourced from local farms on the North Fork.
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Admin07.07.2021

Celia Rowlson

In the meantime, the two have found themselves on the road, strangers in strange lands.
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Admin14.06.2021

A Beach Wedding in the Rain: Celia Rowlson

After have a work-in-progress screening at MOMA Ps1 as part of the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, MA had its World Premiere at the 2015 Venice Film Festival.
Admin17.06.2021

A Filmmaker Couple on Why Stereotypes Like “Butch” And “Lipstick Lesbian” Are Being Rewritten by a New Generation

Guests made their way to the reception, which was set up to feel like an epic dinner party.
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Admin19.07.2021

Moxie Pictures » Looking Glass

PANTSUITPOWER On Sunday Oct 2, 2016 over 200 pantsuit wearing Hillary supporters gathered together to perform a dance founded in unity, love, and inclusivity.
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Admin09.07.2021

A Filmmaker Couple on Why Stereotypes Like “Butch” And “Lipstick Lesbian” Are Being Rewritten by a New Generation

When she goes for something, she goes all in! But I love being this version of a woman and having a slightly more boyish, masculine femininity.
Admin12.07.2021

Celia Rowlson

C: The alarm clock goes off three times.
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Admin08.07.2021

Celia Rowlson

She would bring us vegetables and flowers from her garden, as well as tiny bottles of tequila, and helped remind us to focus on what was really important.
Admin29.06.2021

A Filmmaker Couple on Why Stereotypes Like “Butch” And “Lipstick Lesbian” Are Being Rewritten by a New Generation

Vice Magazine called it "The Best Queer Comedy On TV".
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