Adventures in Miscarriage is a moving and entertaining (yes, entertaining) documentary by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Cheryl Furjanic that pulls back the curtain on miscarriage. After enduring a second-trimester pregnancy loss in a hotel bathroom three thousand miles from home, this heartbroken lesbian filmmaker navigates her ongoing grief using dark humor, surrealist vignettes, and absurdist fantasy to reveal how far we have to go to improve miscarriage care in the United States.
Ever since the 1969 riots on the streets outside New York City’s Stonewall Inn, LGBTQ communities have gathered there to express their joy, their anger, their pain and their power. This film explores what more than half a century of LGBTQ history in the United States looks like when viewed through just a few blocks in New York City’s Greenwich Village. A New York Times Op-Docs film.
A 90-second trailer (aka Pilot Presentation) for the (yet-to-be-produced) original half-hour comedy TV pilot called BAD ASIAN written by Kristina Woo.
Back on Board: Greg Louganis is an intimate portrait of the public triumphs and private struggles of trailblazing openly gay athlete Greg Louganis. A refreshingly candid documentary about this four-time Olympic champion, Back on Board follows Louganis for three years as he struggles with financial security and reunites with the sport he once dominated but did not feel welcome in. The threat of losing his house during the recent financial crisis forces Louganis to re-evaluate the choices, relationships, and missed opportunities of his career.
A splashy look at a marginal sport: U.S.A.’s top synchronized swimmers endure rigorous training and overcome unthinkable obstacles to compete for Olympic glory.
Painfully awful queer TV show pitches. YOU are the future of Queer Television (not these two, thankfully). Created for Q-ME CON 2006: The Queer Media and Entertainment Conference.
In 2006, filmmaker Cheryl Furjanic and frequent collaborator Liz Dahmen created this pitch for a dating web series and interactive website! Perhaps they were ahead of their time!
A series of short comedic public service announcements about dating brought to you by P.R.I.I.D.E. (People Really Interested in Dating Etiquette). P.R.I.I.D.E. would like to take this opportunity to demonstrate a few simple things YOU can do to make dating a more enjoyable experience…for all of us. Pride…keep yours
A light-hearted glimpse into a Lower East Side lingerie shop, where owner and Jewish grandmother, Magda, embraces and enhances women of all shapes and sizes in pursuit of the prefect bra. Behold as Orthodox Jewish Culture meets – and embraces – modern day struggles with sexuality, body image and women’s roles.
A humorous look at what women are REALLY saying when they lock eyes across a crowded bar. Find out why some lesbians are too cool for words. (In Lesbian with English subtitles).