Two very good documentaries, a mockumentary, and an impressionistic paean to the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival (Lisa Vogel’s Michigan Fever!). Sharon Barnes’s Confession: A Film About Ariel Schrag shows the cartoonist as a passionate, complex character who wanted to major in “disease” in college and is thrilled to see herself being trashed on the Internet by a high school classmate. Tricia Cooke and Jennifer Arnold skillfully intercut people talking about the lesbians who attend Dinah Shore golf weekend in Palm Springs in Where the Girls Are: one elderly resident is upset to have had them “press up against me.” Logan Kibens uses TV-news reporting style to portray a relationship she had with a woman she met online in Rough Cut (2003), which has talking heads, “documentary” footage, and an authoritative narrator. 83 min.