I am happy to be a new contributor for the LGBT women's website "SheWired" (.com). Here's the first paragraph of my first article for them, check out the rest of it on SheWired.com.
As Los Angeles is gearing up for its film festival extravaganza Outfest, new SheWired contributor Ashley Love reflects on the amazing LGBT Film Festival Frameline that ended last week in San Francisco.
The funnest time to be in San Francisco is the second part of June! Not only is June national LGBT pride month, but The San Francisco LGBT Film Festival Frameline also happens from June 17th to 26th. Frameline has been helping transsexual, transgender, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer and intersex people and their allies tell LGBT stories since 1977. From the legendary Castro theatre, to San Fran being the capital of documentary filmmakers, to many LGBT artists, activists and storytellers residing here, San Francisco has been an influential breeding ground for LGBT people to showcase their cinematic visions to the world. Frameline has pioneered high amounts of trans inclusion in programming and development of trans artists, and even throws trans-specific events, parties and panels. - Ashley LoveTo read my film reviews from Frameline, and finish reading about my San Fran trip, please click on the link below: