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The Little Web Series that did


I’m only five minutes into The Carmilla Movie and I’m already gripped. Laura’s tearing down an old-timey corridor, panting in a corseted gown, her heart hammering in her chest and causing mine to do the same, while her 300-year-old ex-vampire girlfriend Carm takes a dip in a literal bloodbath. What the Creampuff is going on?


“ The fact that our fans can see themselves reflected on screen as the heroes what makes the show really unique”

An hour and a half later, and I’m still buzzing. I’ve just watched a loved up, queer female couple on-screen and neither one was killed off. I’ve seen the LGBTQ gang of my #SquadGoals fantasies fight evil, while being hilarious and diverse. Heck, I’ve even marvelled at a masked ball attended exclusively by luscious ladyghosts and rejoiced at a romantic subplot between two queer women of colour (it’s about time smart-mouthed Mel got some action). From a two and a half minute webisode in 2014 to a full-on feature film in 2017, oh Carmilla, the little lesbian vampire “web series that could”, bloody bravo. As a fan of the show who has eagerly binged all three series, I can’t wait to jump on a three-way transatlantic call with its Canadian stars Natasha Negovanlis, who plays broody rock chick vampire Carmilla Karnstein, and her on-screen paramour, Elise Bauman, perhaps more familiar to you as crusading, well-meaning, if slightly tightly wound, reporter Laura Hollis.

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This month we have a treat for all you Creampuffs out there as we're celebrating Carmillamas with an exclusive interview with two of the movie's stars. Natasha Negovanlis and Elise Bauman talk to DIVA's Roxy Bourdillon about everything from the making of the movie, to how special it is for them as queer actors playing queer characters, and we think you're going to love it. Also in this issue… Mudbound: Oscars' tipped director Dee Rees explains why reverse racism is a fallacy X Factor star Parisa Tarjomani talks publicly about her sexuality for the first time Queer, Actually: DIVA discovers that queers, actually, are all around How to ace Xmas Christmas in Nigeria: Priscilla Philips shares her experience Tomorrow's world: What will our families look like in the future? Why we love Princess Nokia Plus interviews with Lots Holloway, O'Hooley and Tidow and so much more!