Diana Means interviews co-producer Brooke Sebold about the Sundance 2022 audience award winner film "Framing Agnes" as well as Grandma Bruce which Sebold wrote edited and directed.
About "Framing Agnes":
Agnes is a transgender woman who participated in Harold Garfinkel’s gender health research at UCLA in the 1960s. Director Chase Joynt blends fiction and nonfiction to widen the frame through which trans history is viewed with an impressive lineup of trans stars who render, impressive reenactments.
This film is Distributed in Canada by Mongrel Media
About "Grandma Bruce":
is a magical short comedy about a queerdo (they/them) whose old car comes to life with the spirit of their judgmental Jewish grandmother, a backseat driver from the ever after.
About the podcast:
Visionary Voices podcast is produced and hosted by Diana Means founder of Alliance of Women Filmmakers, a non-profit dedicated to the advancement and equality of women in entertainment. For more filmmaker conversations with Diana Means please visit www.visionaryvoicespodcast.com
Alliance of Women Filmmakers is proud to partner with Women Voices Now to present this podcast.
Their annual film festival promotes emerging women filmmakers using social-change films to advocate for women’s and girls’ rights around the world.For more information about WVN including their film selection process please visit The Women's Voices Now Online Film Festival
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