‘My True Colors Festival’ Talk, Panel And Screenings In Harlem

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Join My True Colors Festival for their sneak peak at Call Me the new scripted series about male escorts, the conversation with journalist Dontre Conerly in a conversation with Call Me creator and event guru Tai Chunn, and a great Q&A session about film/video content creation.  

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The conversation and sneak peak will be followed by a Q&A session.on:

  • Developing a commercial script
  • Working on an independent project
  • Creating a webseries vs. going cable.

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

  • A Conversation with Call Me Creator Tai Chunn & Moderator Dontré L. Conerly
  • Special Preview: Call Me The Series & Screening:  Webseries Complaisant

7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

  • Pinot Noir Reception Screening: Webseries Tha Life

9:30 pm – 11:30 pm

  • Screening: Documentaries and Narrative Shorts Queer Aesthetic; Mom and Me and My Little Rooster;Brothers Texas; Pretty Boy; Scotty and Josh Get Enlightened; and, You, Me, Bathroom Sex
Box Office Open ($15.00 per ticket)
Cash Only


About Tai Chunn

Tai Chunn is one of the best in backstage and event production since its inception. MVC creates diverse platforms for fashion events such as the Victoria’s Secret Show, 80’s Rocks Fashion Show, BET’s Rip the Runway, Caribbean Fashion Week, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, New York Fashion Week, as well as many other community based affairs

About Dontre Conerly

Dontre Conerly is a freelance journalist with over a decade of experience in television, radio, and print. He works with World Bride, Harlem World, and BLEU Magazines, and was a host for BKLIVE!. Dontre has a Masters from the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse, and holds a Bachelor of Communications from NYU

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About My True Colors Festival (MTCF) 

(MTCF) is an annual event created by True Colors Project, a social enterprise founded for the sole purpose of developing innovative and influential creative projects that address social and human issues. MTCF’s mission is to fight for social justice and to promote cultural diversity through the arts by presenting works by and for LGBTQ individuals and people of color. MTCF is dedicated to bringing together innovative storytellers and connecting diverse populations to create, discover, discuss and celebrate stories representing the full multicultural spectrum of LGBTQ lives as part of an overall vision to break through closet doors and demolish divisive concrete walls around the globe.

Faison Firehouse Theater, 6 Hancock Place, At 124th Street, between St. Nicholas and Morningside, New York, NY 10027, http://faisonfirehouse.org/

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