Smart & Sexy Queer Web Series
*Creator Emmett Lundberg & Producer Sheyam Ghieth in attendance
Why are there so many new LGBT webseries being created? Are they the new underground, or an audition space for the big leagues? Why is it important to support original web content by queer artists?
Join us for a program of awesome queer webseries and a lively talkback with their creators!
Unsure/Positive: A Series About Life with HIV
Modern Day Black Gay
Tough Love Series
Bi: The Webseries
VARIOUS | VARIOUS | 18+ | 81 MINS
Queer voices are increasingly finding the liberating format of the short form web series the best place to express themselves. This collection of diverse films is a great sampler, ranging from trans buddy comedies, lesbian rom-coms and the 'other' Kardashian. You could well find your next binge watch.
The San Francisco Transgender Film Festival announces its 14th festival a stellar collection of transgender films from around the globe. This year's festival takes place at two venerable SF cinema institutions: The Roxie Theater and The Castro Theater. The Festival kicks off Thursday night November 12 at the ROXIE THEATER with a special Gala Opening Night program of international shorts.
Nowadays web series are becoming more and more popular, so we decided to dedicate some time to talk about them, focusing on the LGBT ones. We are going to talk about the peculiarities of this form of entertainment, such as creativity, web channels and crowdfunding. After that, we are going to show you some sneak peeks of recent episodes.
BKWF is an annual web series festival and content creator conference held at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP located in DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY. Our goal is to highlight the best narrative storytelling the web has to offer and bring together internet innovators and industry influencers to share knowledge and forge professional relationships through a series of panels, educational workshops and networking events.
NEPA Rainbow Alliance Presents: Brothers Premiere Party - Thursday, September 3rd from 5-7pm
We will offer two tiers for admission. Tickets will be available at PrideFest!
$10.00 Includes: Admission into the event and appetizers
$20.00 Includes: Admission, apps and alcoholic beverages from a set menu.
Both tiers of admission will allow for a percentage to benefit NEPA RA. Under 21 with adult. We will offer a screening of Season 2 Episode 1, a Q & A session as well as info from Rainbow Alliance about its programs & services.
"BROTHERS is a narrative web series about a group of four trans masculine friends in Brooklyn, NY. The series follows their daily lives, the ups and down, in and outs, of what it means to live as a transgender individual in today’s urban society."
The My True Colors Festival’s mission is to fight for social justice and to promote cultural diversity through the arts by promoting works by and for LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning) individuals and persons of color. Our mission is actualized by presenting works that explore social issues, encourage dialogue, and reflect the whole spectrum of multicultural LGBTQ lives through Theatre, Film, Original Web Series, Visual Arts, & Live Stream Internet. The My True Colors Festival is a conduit for bringing new LGBTQ talent to the forefront from behind the scenes and to connect with entertainment industry insiders.
The first four episodes of the new trans masculine web series, "Brothers," will be screened at Gender Reel NYU on Saturday, Feb 7th @ 11:45 AM.
Following the screening, audience members are encouraged to participate in a Q&A with series Creator, Emmett Lundberg, Producer Sheyam Ghieth and Cast members, Will Krisanda, Jamie Casbon & Hudson Krakowski.