Frameline Talk: Women in Rock


33m
SECTION: Frameline Talks | Free | Streaming

A talk with talent and producers from Frameline45 documentaries FANNY: The Right to Rock and Invisible focusing on the unbelievable talent of women in the music industry and the struggle for recognition. Deemed “one of the most important female bands in American rock” by David Bowie in Rolling Stone, Fanny kicked down the door for women musicians by being the first all-woman rock band to release an album with a major record company. Invisible highlights the work of gay women behind some of the greatest hits sung by the likes of Willie Nelson, Reba McEntire, Johnny Cash, and more. Together these music powerhouses will talk about writing, producing and persevering in the traditional corporate music industry that requires most to keep their authentic selves secret.

The Frameline Talks series is supported by Variety.

Buying Note: This free digital screening will be available starting at 5:30pm PDT Fri, Jun 25, where it will be broadcast on Frameline’s Facebook and YouTube channels. For access, please reserve a free ticket.

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