“Sexy and offbeat… a fantastic little drama.” — AfterEllen.com
In the tradition of LOVING ANNABELLE.
This glossy lesbian coming-of-age drama portrays the provocative relationship between a new college student (fresh young actress Sarah Stouffer) and her beautiful professor (the gorgeous Allison McAtee).
BLOOMINGTON is a coming-of-age drama about Jackie Kirk (Stouffer), the former child star of a sci-fi hit show. Hoping to find independence from her somewhat overbearing mother, Jackie leaves California for the Midwest to attend college. Surprisingly, she doesn’t fit in with her peers, who are constantly aware of her celebrity status. At a department mixer, Jackie is instantly attracted to Catherine (McAtee), a young professor with a reputation. Both being outsiders, they develop an intense bond as they pursue a secret affair.
BLOOMINGTON stars Allison McAtee (IRON MAN, TV’S CSI and UGLY BETTY), Sarah Stouffer (FOX’S SLACKER P.I. and HSN’s FACES OF BEAUTIFUL YOU) and Katherine McGregor (THE WEST WING, BONES).
- Director's Commentary
- Behind the Scenes Featurette
- Closed Captioned
- Anamorphic Widescreen
- 2.0 or 5.1 surround sound
WINNER! Best Women’s Feature – North Carolina Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
WINNER! Best Director – Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival
DIRECTOR’S SPOTLIGHT – Vancouver Queer Film Festival
“Polished and entertaining.” – Variety
“One of the best movies I’ve seen this year so far . . . touching and realistic!” – SheWired.com
“Bloomington is a thoughtful, well-made lesbian movie in the vein of Loving Annabelle.” – Velvet Park
”It’s sexy, it’s different, and best of all, it’s fun.” – AfterEllen.com
“Intriguing!” – The Vancouver Sun
“A fun twist on the hot-for-teacher genre.” – Talking Stick
“A movie that speaks to the heart . . . all-over tingly in its sexy heat!” – New York Q News
“Think of Ellen Page, circa Juno, dating Elizabeth Mitchell during her Gia period and you’ve got Catherine (McAtee) and Jackie (Stouffer) in Bloomington.” – Frontiers
“Succulent lesbian bodice-ripper . . . This very funny and honest film is a glorious homage to all those who lack impulse control.” – Bay Area Reporter