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Hannah Morse, Dennis-Yarmouth, 20, 5, 25. Natalie Brown, Nashoba, 11, 13, 24. Jill Petrie, Marlborough, 14, 10, 24. Day Ruffo, Tahanto, 15, 8, 23. Emma Stevens, Nauset, 18, 5, 23. Liz Zenevitch, St. Peter-Marian, 12, 11, 23. Rebecca Handy, Lunenburg
Southern For Pussy has had an incredible run, shown in galleries in New York, Chicago, and around the world. It’s generated significant discussion about transgender representation at a moment when trans people have been more visible — including from Open TV’s Nicole Morse in the scholarly journal, Jump Cut. Zackary wrote the pilot with her mother, Penny Sori, and organized an incredible team of mostly women to produce it. The pilot pushes at the boundaries between art and television, high art and low comedy. Let Go and Let God perfectly shows what’s possible with a very small crew and working with a dancer in Rashida KhanBey as a writer-star. Rashida does incredible work giving life to a character who barely speaks, and the climactic moment in the second half remains one of the deepest, realest moments in any of our programs. Lipstick City showcases Chicago’s dynamic drag community, arguably the best in the country. Shea Couleé wrote a script that not only featured her in two roles (the banjee Shea and bougie Ms. Couleé) but some dozen other queens and performers in this revenge fantasy. In my opinion it is one of the best videos featuring drag in recent memory, and both Reddit and Alaska Thunderfuck agree. Open TV Originals. We released six original series, both narrative and documentary. We released only two narrative series. We debuted Open TV in March 2015 with Sam Bailey’s You’re So Talented. We released two seasons in the first cycle thanks to a grant from the Voqal Fund administered by Chicago Filmmakers. Full Out was our second scripted series, chronicling a queer dancer struggling to hold on to her career. Patton Oswalt recently tweeted to 3 million followers: “Loves the low-stakes world and the high-stakes stress it takes out on characters. The rest of our series were all documentary or talk shows. We released three episodes Futurewomen , chronicling Honey Pot Performance’s development of a black feminist Afrofuturist tale across space and time. NIC shot and edited the entire series by themselves as we follow them around the country and the world performing their first solo show, lil BLK. Andre Perez’s Been T/Here features profiles of trans and gender non-conforming people of color in Chicago. because of Andre’s position within the community and skill as a documentarian, the series features some of the most intimate and profound representations of trans people of color I’ve ever seen. We concluded the first cycle with Elijah McKinnon’s Two Queens in a Kitchen , a series featuring organic conversations among queer and femme artists of color as they prepare a healthy snack. Elijah serves as Open TV’s head of communication and design, so they designed the series to showcase the Open TV Community. Everyone behind and in front the camera has been involved with Open TV in some way. We premiered it on Out magazine’s website , and RedEye featured us on one of its covers. I dare you to find a better guacamole recipe, generously donated by Ms Mr Jr. MONEY To date, Open TV and our primary production company, Under the Spell Productions, a 501c3 non-profit tasked with increasing diversity in the arts, has spent... For instance, Sam Bailey has raised over $20,000 through grants and crowdfunding for You’re So Talented , in addition to a licensing fee for non-exclusive distribution from Open TV (which supported production). In addition, almost none of the programs have crew paid at regular industry rates, meaning our artists and crew take a pay cut to make this work happen. We get a lot of production value from talented people working for less because they believe in the projects and/or need the experience and credits. Open TV has been helped by acquiring outside grants to support production and development. The Chicago Digital Media Production Fund (CDMPF) – a grant from the Voqal Fund administered by Chicago Filmmakers – not only funded most.
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