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Gain insights into the creative side of producing with some of the industry’s most prolific “doers” as they talk about the future of filmmaking. Discussion topics include navigating festivals and awards season, building inclusive sets and advice for aspiring producers.
Featuring Lori Lozinski (The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open), Lauren Grant (Giant Little Ones) and more to be announced.
It’s been said that we are currently seeing a new Golden Age of Television. Join us as some of TV’s best showrunners shed light on what it takes to make prestige television in the current landscape.
Featuring Sherry White (Little Dog), Marsha Greene (Mary Kills People), and Stephanie Morgenstern (X Company).
Make your 15 minutes count! Apply for the opportunity to have a one-on-one meeting with some of the biggest broadcasters, funders, producers, and distributors in the business. Introduce your project to the industry’s biggest resources who are waiting to hear your ideas for films, documentaries, television pilots, web series, new media, and interactive projects.
We just adore this hugely entertaining doc that follows four pre-teeners in their quest to perform in Montreal’s Pride celebration. These youngsters are both just like everyone else and so not the case. They are often giddy and emotional; they crave sugar, and get annoyed by their amazingly supportive parents, but they are also somewhat excluded by their peers for preferring to perform in drag above all things, and have to take some punches for such preferences. They are also as different from each other as RuPaul is from Dame Edith. Overall, this film is really upbeat, focussing on the rigorous rehearsals required to make the Montreal scene, and the agonizing decisions that need to be made about hair, make-up, and dress. There’s a lot to free the spirit here, but make sure your Nan is accompanied by a youngster if she wants to see this wonderful, exuberant example of gender fluidity.