On the final episode of our mini-series with GLAAD, multitalented filmmakers and artists, Tanu Gago and Victoria Anderson-Gardner chat about reclaiming time, the idea of representing all Indigenous voices, and Tanu's collective FAFSWAG.
HBO "Legendary" EP and ballroom historian Sydney Baloue and Emmy-nominated actor and consultant Scott Turner Schofield connect about trans masculine visibility and authentic storytelling.
On the third episode of our podcast miniseries with GLAAD, filmmaker/producer/actress Rain Valdez and GLAAD's Head of Talent Anthony Ramos chat about Rain's multifaceted career and AAPI representation on and off screen.
On the fourth episode of our mini-series, GLAAD Entertainment Research and Analysis Manager for the GLAAD Media Institute Raina Deerwater chats with filmmaker Leslye Headland on mentorship and queer women's representation in entertainment.
On the second episode of this mini-series, FREE THE WORK's Chloe Coover chats with "Disclosure" director Sam Feder on understanding trans visibility and how trans representation can evolve and progress from our current moment forward.
On the first episode of our mini-series with GLAAD, GLAAD's Director of Entertainment Media Jeremy Blacklow chats with filmmaker Fawzia Mirza and Director of ReFrame, Andria Wilson Mirza on creating community and what's missing in queer storytelling.
Get to know Sydney Freeland, the celebrated, trailblazing Native American director who's steadily becoming a filmmaking legend.
Watch and listen as Canadian-Italian trans femme filmmaker Luis De Filippis discusses finding their voice on set with FTW's Chloe Coover.
On this episode, Chloe speaks with filmmaker, artist, and director of "Adam," Rhys Ernst. Listen to them dive into his eclectic body of work.
Nava is a mixed-race trans Latina who does it all: act, write, produce, & direct. She broke out with her short “Waking Hour" and appears next as a series regular in the HBO Max series “Generation.” Watch as her art changes the world.