KQED published an article about our 19th annual International Queer Women of Color Film Festival.
“At the Queer Women of Color Film Festival, Filmmakers Create the World They Want to Live In”
Published June 5, 2023
“Organized by the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project (QWOCMAP), the festival has long provided a welcoming space for queer people of color and allies to celebrate, discuss and reflect on contemporary films that highlight intersectional queer and trans narratives. Beyond its film offerings, QWOCMAP aims to inspire attendees to imagine a world in which these stories are pushed to the forefront. ‘We’re basically creating a very temporary time period and small space [that is] the kind of world we want to live in: a world that is accessible. It’s free and anybody can participate. It is safe for sick and disabled people,’ says T. Kebo Drew, QWOCMAP’s managing director.”