Frameline Talk: Sugar in My Bowl: AA Representation in Queer Cinema
The African American queer experience is abundant, varied, multi-dimensional, and also underrepresented in queer cinema, festivals, and media. This panel is a conversation aimed at taking stock of where queer African American representation is and how we lay the groundwork to support queer Black filmmakers in telling their stories. This is also an opportunity to look forward and chart the future of African American representation in queer cinema. This conversation is the beginning of a longer process to create the groundwork to support queer Black filmmakers in telling queer Black feature-length stories.
MODERATOR: Angelique Jackson, film and media reporter, Variety
- Kat Blaque, animator, illustrator, and Youtuber
- Elegance Bratton, director, writer, and producer
- Clay Cane, writer, journalist, and filmmaker
- Brittani Nichols, writer, comedian, and actor
- Maisie Richardson-Sellers, actor, director, and advocate
- Nathan Hale Williams, director, All Boys Aren't Blue
The Frameline Talks series is supported by Variety.
Buying Note: This free digital screening will be available starting at 5:30pm PDT Sun, Jun 20, where it will be broadcast on Frameline’s Facebook and YouTube channels. For access, please reserve a free ticket.