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Sistah Sinema Partners Up w/ Online Streaming Platform IndieFlix to Create "Queer Women of Color Netflix"

22 December 2014 11:23 AM, PST | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

Sistah Sinema – an online streaming platform originally launched in 2013 by Isis Asare, with a library of queer women of color films - has teamed up with IndieFlix (the curated online exhibitor of indie films from all over the world) in a partnership that is said to be part of a larger effort to showcase cinema that highlights global diversity. Launching this month, the initiative will start with a highlight of films that include the early works of Cheryl Dunye ("Watermelon Woman" and others), as well as Kortney Ryan Ziegler's "Still Black: A Portrait of Black Transmen," Robert Philipson's "T'Ain't »

- Tambay A. Obenson

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Was There a Black 'Star Wars?' 3-Part *Documentary* Investigates...

7 July 2014 3:02 PM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

This is a few years old, but I figured some of you probably haven't seen it; and also, with what I'm calling the *blackest* "Star Wars" movie ever, currently in production at Pinewood Studios in London (see that post here), it seemed like a worthwhile post/repost - especially on a slow news day. So, the question is: is any of what is contained within the footage below true? Well, if you’ve watched Cheryl Dunye’s "Watermelon Woman," for example, you’ll have your answer. And even if you have no idea what I'm hinting at, I'm sure you're all smart enough to answer that question for yourselves. The 3-part *documentary* follows below, and then watch the trailer (created »

- Tambay A. Obenson

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Valencia: The Movie/S Screens Tuesday at QFest St. Louis

28 April 2014 6:44 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

QFest St. Louis continues with Valencia: The Movie/S at 7:00 pm Tuesday April 29th.

QFest St. Louis, the annual gay and Lesbian Film Festival presented by Cinema St. Louis, kicks off this weekend. It runs through May 1st and all films will be screened at The Tivoli Theater (6350 Delmar in The Loop, University City, Mo) 

QFest uses the art of contemporary gay cinema to spotlight the lives of Lgbtq people and celebrate queer culture. The 2014 event features an eclectic slate of contemporary Lgbtq-themed feature films, documentaries, and shorts. Tickets are now on sale for all shows.

Valencia: The Movie/S screens at 7:00pm Tuesday April 29th

An ambitious collaboration between a national community of queer filmmakers, “Valencia” is a collective adaptation of the legendary ’90s lesbian memoir by Michelle Tea. Twenty different filmmakers – including Silas Howard, Cheryl Dunye, and recent Sundance award-winner Jill Soloway – explore Tea’s tumultuous love life, »

- Tom Stockman

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