Wombmates is a ½ hour dramedy series about identical twins, BRIDGET - the clean-cut straight girl - and ELLIOT - the queer hot mess. When Elliot crashes on the couch in Bridget’s Brooklyn apartment, their lives fuse together in ways previously avoided... Especially when it’s revealed that Elliot has been secretly dating Bridget’s BFF/roommate. This forces them to admit that they are more alike and way messier than they thought. Bridget and Elliot are two real-world women dealing with adulthood, sisterhood, sexuality and identity in 2021.

  • Elliot Frances Flynn
  • Bridget Flynn
  • Elliot Frances Flynn
    Key Cast
    Mare of Easttown; Shoplifters of the World; Things Heard & Seen; Linoleum; The Naked Brothers Band
  • Bridget Flynn
    Key Cast
    The Naked Brothers Band
  • Project Type:
  • Genres:
    Drama, Comedy, LGBTQ
  • Runtime:
    1 minute 3 seconds
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • ATX Festival Pitch Competition
    Austin, TX
    United States
    June 5, 2021
    Finalist, 1 of 10
Director Biography

Bridget Flynn (she/her) is a writer. She uses her background in theatre and performance to write three-dimensional characters, dialogue at turns realistic and zingy, and soul-driven stories.

Elliot Frances Flynn (she/her) is a rising actress. In 2021, she made her feature film debut in The Smiths-inspired "Shoplifters of the World", and appeared in Netflix’s "Things Heard & Seen" and HBO’s acclaimed miniseries "Mare of Easttown." Later this year, she will be seen in indie drama "Linoleum," opposite Rhea Seehorn, and sci-fi roadtrip comedy "Unidentified Objects." She is also a published writer; in her work on screen and off, Elliot explores themes of womanhood, sexuality, and coming-of-age with sincerity and enthusiasm.

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Director Statement

As twins, we look forward to telling a story about twins where they are fully-formed human beings (not weird sidekicks, a creepy scare, or a sexy fantasy).
We're excited to bring our own experiences to the screen -- the growing pains, from feeling like each other’s competition, to then, finally, being best friends and soulmates.
Also, we draw from our fluid experiences with queerness to tell a nuanced, honest story of sexuality and gender for both our leads.