Supposed Crimes author Geonn Cannon was called out recently on the Lesbian Lounge podcast, by guest Christin Baker, CEO of Tello Films.
We’re working on a project with an author named Geonn Cannon, and he has a series called Riley Parra, that has lesbian leads and we are… it’s the one project that I wish we could move faster on. But it has a lot of scifi elements and like fantasy elements, which tends to be a little bit more expensive so what we’ve been working on is finding someone who can do post on it. He’s very smart, because he’s written it so we can shoot it without there having to be a ton of special effects. But it’s a super compelling story, and he’s done a really great job of writing… he’s sort of like a Joss Whedon, like the way he writes strong women, and he plays on Twitter with us a lot. He’s really great. And he has a really great fan following.
We’re particularly proud of our Oklahoma boy getting recognition. The Riley Parra series launched Supposed Crimes, and continues to be our cornerstone.
It’s also worth noting that @tellofilms is also producing Nikki and Nora, a lesbian web series that Supposed Crimes enthusiastically and financially supports. High production values and careful crafting mean that when Riley Parra hits the screen, her story will be told well.
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