Trailer here for "My Summer of Love," Paul Pavlikovsky‘s story of summer teenage girl-on-girl love and class issues in the Yorkshire countryside. Got great reviews in England late last year; opens in limited release in the US June 17.
On that theme, a trailer here for "Julie Johnson," another, more subdued Sapphic romance, this time starring Lili Taylor and Courtney Love (!) as an oppressed housewife and a steakhouse waitress respectively, with Mischa Barton as (we presume) Taylor’s daughter and the late Spalding Gray as an inspirational professor. Played at Sundance in 2001, and makes its US debut on gay cable network Here, with a limited theatrical release slated for July 1.
Finally, the LA Times has a piece on the teaser trailer Sony Pictures has running pre-"Sith", a full year out, before production’s even begun, for "The Da Vinci Code." You can see it here; we personally find it idiotic, but in the article longtime Ron Howard producer Brian Grazer makes his argument, while Sony isn’t saying anything about the source book’s theological unsoundness and or/blasphemy, as per Westminster Abbey and Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone.
+ Trailer: My Summer of Love (Apple)
+ Trailer: Julie Johnson (Official site)
+ Trailer: The World (Zeitgeist Films)
+ Trailer: 2046 (Apple)
+ This trailer’s no mystery: It’s about creating a buzz (LA Times)