In uncertain times, it’s often difficult to tap into our creativity, as most of us these days are preoccupied with the idea of simply trying to survive. However, this year's fleet of Unsigned/FTW directors have found a way to stay hopeful.
New work from our community of creators means more opportunities to discover talent for your next production.
Get to know Sydney Freeland, the celebrated, trailblazing Native American director who's steadily becoming a filmmaking legend.
Ava Benjamin Shorr has shot commercials, music videos, and documentaries for a variety of clients—including Nike, Vans, and The New York Times—and she's just getting started.
FTW Community Lead Chloe Coover sits down with history-making transgender Latinx filmmaker Kase Pena as a part of our FTW podcast miniseries, "The Future, Through Our Eyes."
In our special FTW podcast miniseries, "The Future, Through Our Eyes," FTW Community Lead Chloe Coover talks to trans, non-binary, and intersex creators making waves in the industry. Here, Chloe sits down with intersex filmmaker and activist, River Gallo.
Fifteen years after her debut feature Saving Face, writer/director Alice Wu returns with an instant classic that will make you rethink convention and reconsider your priorities.
Film critic Rendy Jones connects with filmmakers whose works are pushing queer cinema forward. You can stream all their films on Prime Video through Amazon's SXSW Film Festival Collection, available from now until May 6th.
There are so many gems in queer cinema, but here are a few favorites that showcase the intersectionality of the LGBTQIA+ community and the universal emotions that connect us all.
Let us introduce you to Isabel Sandoval, a Filipino, New York-based director, who made history this year as the first trans-identifying woman director to compete at the Venice Film Festival with her romantic drama, "Lingua Franca."