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Watch the Yale in Hollywood LGBTQ in Film/TV Panel on Zoom (if you missed it)
written by Natasha, 6/26/20 4:14pm
edited by Natasha, 6/25/20 8:20pm

With Quentin Lee, Jennie Livingston, Brad Bailey and Michael Rohrbaugh. Did you miss the Yale in Hollywood panel on LGBTQ in Film/TV? You can watch the recording at your convenience. SEE BELOW.

 
Did you miss the Yale in Hollywood panel on LGBTQ in Film/TV?  You can watch it at your convenience
(The link goes to Facebook but you do NOT need to have a FB account to view the video). 
 
 
 

 

THURSDAY, JUNE 25 6 PM EST (3 PM PT).

What: Join the Yale in Hollywood - LGBTQ in Film/TV panel where LGBTQ filmmakers will discuss filmmaking, especially with LGBTQ themes and lead characters, during Pride Month.

When: Thursday, June 25, 2020. 6 PM EST (3 PM Pacific Time) via Zoom

 

FREE RSVP tinyurl.com/yihlgbtq

 

SPEAKERS

Quentin Lee has directed and produced over a dozen of features and two TV shows, most of them featuring an Asian American and/or an LGBTQ protagonist. His credits include: Gay Hollywood Dad, The People I’ve Slept With, and White Frog. He just won a Roddenberry Impact Award for his Comisery series. He is a member of the Producer’s Guild of America.

Jennie Livingston directed the documentary Paris is Burning, which is in the Film Registry at the Library of Congress and is currently distributed by Criterion Collection. They are currently directing and in post on a first-person hybrid film Earth Camp One. Other works include consulting producer and director (of an episode in season 2) for the FX series Pose, creating a projection for Elton John's last live stage show, and writing/directing the musical sex comedy short film Who's the Top? which starred Marin Hinkle, Steve, Buscemi, Shelly Mars, Brigitte Bako, and 24 dancers.

Brad Bailey, filmmaker. Brad won a Student Academy Award for his documentary, “Hale,” a documentary short on Berkeley-based disability rights pioneer Hale Lukas.


Michael Rohrbaugh explores issues of gender and toxic masculinity through his work for MTV Networks and brands like Bonobos. He is currently shopping a one-hour series called Walden, which follows a group of queer misfits struggling to operate an off the grid colony. He received his B.A. from Yale University, and his MFA in film directing from UCLA.


Graciously organized by Yale in Hollywood.  Proudly co-hosted by Yale GALA, Inc.    

 

More info: http://www.yalegala.org/article.html?aid=653

 

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/2316564965318530/

 

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