WIF Speaker Series Presents: Black to the Future: What's New and What's Next in Black Queer Media

Queer Black creatives are at the vanguard of an exciting sea change in our media. From broadcast television to feature films, documentary series to digital shorts: the faces and voices behind our most compelling stories are increasingly those belonging to dynamic LGBTQIA filmmakers. Join us for a fascinating and candid conversation with some of the folks with their finger on the pulse of black queer media: the creators, the critics, the curators, executives, and audience members.



Tina Mabry, director (MISSISSIPPI DAMNED, "Queen Sugar")

Chester Algernal Gordon, producer and costume designer

Moderated by Tre'vell Anderson, journalist and social curator

Monday, February 24, 2020
West Hollywood Library
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

This program is presented with support from the City of West Hollywood, Economic Development Department/Arts Division and the Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission. For more information, please visit or follow @WeHoArts on social media.