Power Up (Professional Organization of Women in Entertainment Reaching Up) is a non-profit group that was created "to promote the visibility and integration of gay women in entertainment, the arts, and all forms of media." Until now, the group's focus has been primarily on film shorts, handing out grants totaling about $1.5 million to filmmakers, and producing and distributing the works. Now, they've announced they're making a foray into the world of features with a little picture called - ready? - The Itty Bitty Titty Committee. It's a "feminist comedy," with lesbians. What's it about? Oh, just a woman "finds her purpose in life after she hooks up with a radical underground feminist group." You know, typical movie stuff.

The movie was written by Tina Mabry and Abigail Shafran and will be directed by Jamie Babbit who, in addition to directing episodes of Nip/Tuck, Malcolm in the Middle, and Gilmore Girls, also helmed But I'm a Cheerleader, a lesbian comedy that actually managed to get distribution. Though the cast is largely unknown, Melonie Diaz, who costarred in the widely-praised Raising Victor Vargas, is set to play the main character. The film starts shooting this week.