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HERE TV Partnership With Frameline

By Charlotte Robinson, November 22, 2021

HERE TV America’s first & largest LGBTQ premium subscription TV & streaming service has announced its partnership with Frameline Distribution the world’s only non-profit LGBTQ film distributor to reintroduce the Frameline Voices program. This program will include short films representing experiences unique to our LGBTQ community. Five of the seven short films; 'Flex', 'Blackness Is Everything', 'Four Fruitbites', 'The Rogers' & 'My Aunties' are available now on all HERE TV platforms. Two additional titles 'Noor 7 Layla' & 'Luv U Cuz' will premiere on HERE TV in January 2022. Christopher Donaldson, VP of Content at Here Media stated, “We are honored to partner with Frameline Distribution for the launch of the 2021 Frameline Voices program. Together, we can accomplish our shared commitment to amplifying & supporting queer voices & to further representation by showcasing a rainbow-wide range of stories about LGBTQ+ people that illustrate the power of diversity & inclusion.” Lindsey Hodgson, Frameline’s Director of Distribution & Educational Programming concluded, “We're delighted to continue our collaboration with Here Media to bring the special fun of a Frameline festival to all screens everywhere, with our Frameline Voices program. Our new cohort of Voices filmmakers are the fiercest & freshest of LGBTQ+ storytellers, bringing us stories with unique points of view and all kinds of hilarity, heart & soul. While also acknowledging the ongoing & generous support of the NEA Grants for the Arts, without whom this program would not be possible.” HERE TV has also partnered with Frameline Distribution to acquire three projects from director Mark Christopher for a retrospective of his award-winning short films in addition to a special Director’s Voice which features interviews with Mark & is only available on HERE TV. For More Info…

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