Polish film directed by Stanislaw Lenartowicz et al.
An Australian web-based cartoon series filled with crude Australian humour that follows the adventures of humanoid alien Big Lez as he finds himself in crazy situations.
Lizzy the Lezzy is an animated stand-up comedy web series about a woman called Lizzy who talks mostly about lesbian interests. The sketches contain graphical sexual material, however they do not contain graphic imagery. Lizzy the Lezzy was created in October 2006 by Ruth Selwyn. This is the first animated stand up material of its kind, and the videos have garnered over 4 million views online. The first episode was uploaded to Myspace.com and was soon spotted by Arlan Hamilton who writes one of the most popular lesbian blogs on the internet. The publicity from Hamilton's article led to The L Word Online suggesting to Selwyn that she make a funny stand up video about The L Word. Lizzy then made fun of her favorite lesbians and the resulting video was posted on AfterEllen.com. In 2007, Logo TV acquired the first ten Lizzy stand up comedy videos and broadcast them on their gay/lesbian animation show, Alien Boot Camp. Curve magazine included Lizzy in an article entitled "Networking Lesbians", and Lesbians on the Loose International featured Selwyn and Lizzy as well. Lizzy's stand up comedy videos were also featured on The Bilerico Project's "Sunday Funnies" and on Jewcy where she was described as "The funniest lesbian on Myspace".
From the Legends of King Arthur and Robin Hood to the recent events of the Russian Revolution, history is full of fascinating and evocative unsolved mysteries. They have inspired, intrigued and often confounded us – but how much do we really know about them? And can we separate fact from fiction? In Mystery Files, the dust is blown off the case files of the world’s most famous and iconic mysteries in a dynamic series that asks, what is the truth behind the greatest stories ever told?