The Importance of Telling LGBTQ Stories in Film – Going Locations Season 1 Ep1 | Feat. Q. Allan Brocka
We reside in a magical age. By way of the energy of film, we are capable to experience elements of people’s lives and find out items about them we never ever knew.
In the premiere episode of Going Places, writer-director Q. Allan Brocka discusses the importance of LGBTQ representation in film and how it can assist open people’s minds. Watch the complete episode to hear his thoughts about representation in today’s film business and his hopes the years to come.
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2017.07.15 No Kings Collective eight year anniversary block celebration Washington DC USA 7464
THE LOT AT THE LIZ IS A Summer time Extended Short-term INSTALLATION CELEBRATING THE VALUES, VISION AND HISTORY OF WHITMAN-WALKER Overall health.
No Kings Collective has created a temporary urban installation wrapping the space that was when property to Whitman-Walker with a series of murals. All through the 30,000 square-foot piece, they discover core theme such as “Work It Girl,” celebrating Whitman-Walker Health’s work with the LGBTQ community. The aim of the installation is to share the stories of the well being center while creating a space that reflects the values of openness, inclusion and diversity that are the epitome of Whitman-Walker. Fivesquares Development served as the catalyst for this project, showcasing support for the community vision and celebrating the city before embarking on a new chapter for the space.
By tedeytan on 2017-07-15 18:48:49