The 8th Annual Queer Women of Color Film Festival in San Fransisco will feature 39 short films from June 8 to 10.
History is in Their Voices: Untitled “Black Lesbian Elder Project” Documentary Film by Tionna McClodden and Lisa Moore
“The real solid history of our community and how we came to be is in the elder’s voices.” Tiona McClodden
Here’s a very short list of films featuring the experiences of award-winning LGBT Muslims around the world with links to purchase or watch them online. Leave your reactions, reviews, and recommendations for more in the comments section.
The Boston LGBT Film Festival partners with local community-building organization and Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP) to diversify film festival offerings and supporter base.
Gender Reel, an annual film festival and community event dedicated to enhancing the visibility of gender non-conforming, gender variant/queer and transgender identities, is now accepting submissions for their 2012 taking space on Sep 7th-9th in Philadelphia.
Wait a minute, not all lesbians in movies are white, rich or middle-class? You mean “life” doesn’t get put on pause so that all gay people can experience the thrill of coming out at summer camp? Hallelujah for Pariah– a film women of color (and other marginalized groups) can finally relate to!
We are very excited to announce that two film students at Emerson have decided to donate their time and talents …