Posts by Jeremy Blacklow, Director of Entertainment Media

Catching up with ‘Little Fires Everywhere’ showrunner and executive producer Liz Tigelaar

GLAAD caught up with bisexual Little Fires Everywhere showrunner Liz Tigelaar to get her queer take on the series and to find out what it was like to work closely creatively alongside Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington.

 

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‘Visible: Out on Television,’ a documentary series tracing the history of LGBTQ representation on television, debuts on Apple TV+

Visible: Out on Television, a new five-part documentary television series event, debuts in its entirety on February 14, 2020, exclusively on Apple TV+.

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Facing criticism of a lack of diversity in nominees, LGBTQ talent shine as Janelle Monáe opens 2020 Academy Awards

The 92nd Academy Awards, hostless for the second year in a row, made up for its lack of diversity in leading nominees by showcasing diversity and inclusion throughout the broadcast.

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GLAAD delivers an impactful presence at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival

GLAAD continued its strong presence at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2020, producing and participating in a full week of panels, activations, and events.

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GLAAD and The Recording Academy partner on 2020 Grammys week event

In the leadup to the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, GLAAD joined The Recording Academy and The Ally Coalition for “Music in Action: LGBTQIA+ Voices in Music."

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Catching up with Sundance superstar and 'Buck' co-director Elegance Bratton

Elegance Bratton returns to the Sundance Film Festival with 'Buck,' a live-action short that he wrote, directed, and produced along with his close friend Jovan James.

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Ellen DeGeneres and Elton John lead LGBTQ-inclusive 77th Annual Golden Globe recipients

Ellen DeGeneres and Elton John were amongst the LGBTQ-inclusive winners at The 77th Annual Golden Globe awards.

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The 77th Annual Golden Globes to honor several LGBTQ-inclusive nominees in 2020

The nominations for The 77th annual Golden Globe Awards were announced Monday morning and once again several LGBTQ-inclusive actors and characters were honored by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association as nominees.
 

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