Leonora Anne Mint

Leonora Anne Mint


pacific northwest queer lady obsessed with movies.
traded my rose-colored shades for a wide lens.
black lives matter.

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  • Gardenia's Natural Life

    Gardenia's Natural Life

    I made another short film! You can watch it here.

    This one is a light comedy, made with my family during quarantine. My mom & siblings are the stars! This was still an almost no-budget film, but thanks to some help from my dad, we had the use of better equipment this time, and spent more time overall making the film. It took a while to make, and of course given the state of the world right now we faced some…

  • Cluny Brown

    Cluny Brown


    Everyone deserves someone who'll tell them that pursuing their passions makes them more desirable, not less.

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  • The Apple Dumpling Gang

    The Apple Dumpling Gang


    Very simple, cute, and mild viewing with the fam. If this hadn't been quite so long, I would have liked it more-- there are some fun moments, but they're surrounded by filler. Don Knotts is always hilarious all the same, and I like the very Theme-Park-ized Western Town setting.

    This is one of those odd films where I had forgotten almost all of it, but as soon as it started I remembered that I had in fact seen it MANY…

  • The Muppet Movie

    The Muppet Movie


    I am strongly tempted to throw nuance out the window from here on out, and adopt Muppet-style film criticism, where every movie gets one of these three responses:

    "I've seen detergents that leave a better film than this!"

    "It was sick and weird."

    "De flim is okey-dokey!"

Popular reviews

  • Coming Out

    Coming Out


    Was not expecting the official Godzilla Twitter account to post a 2-minute short film about stop-motion Godzilla accepting his trans daughter on the last day of Pride Month, but here we are. Godzilla said trans rights!! And I'm crying.

  • What We Do in the Shadows

    What We Do in the Shadows


    "Yeah, some of our clothes are from victims. You might bite someone and then, you think, 'Oooh, those are some nice pants!'"