I’m a Senior Programmer at the Tribeca Film Festival, where I curate feature-length documentary and narrative films, with a focus on underrepresented voices. I’m a queer bi-racial activist and I firmly believe that film festivals have the power to change the cultural conversation, and a responsibility to reflect the rich array of identities that exist in the world around us.
There are myriad identities under the LGBTQIA+ umbrella, but often corporations, brands, and institutions presume that we all share the same experiences and as a result, their inclusion efforts feel superficial. Only when they do the work to understand the inequities that exist across the queer family will we achieve greater representation and inclusion for our community in the arts, in the media, and in everyday life.
Seguir leyendo entrevista completa en Hyperallergic