Posts by Jeremy Blacklow, Director of Entertainment Media

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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Sundance unveils a diverse LGBTQ-inclusive lineup for the 2020 film festival

The Sundance Film Festival announced its 2020 lineup on Wednesday and once again, many LGBTQ-inclusive titles were amongst the successful submissions. 

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International pop star Wils loses his record deal for being gay, starts over with ‘Empty’

Wils, an out gay pop artist now living in Los Angeles, was dropped by his record label for being gay. And now, he's starting over in LA with his new track, "Empty."

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Lil Nas X leads the field of nominees for the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards

Nominations were announced Wednesday for the 62nd Annual Grammy awards and out country hip-hop artist Lil Nas X dominated the honorees.

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Hollywood’s Entertainment Media Mixer collaborative celebrates Spirit Day

The Entertainment Media Mixer (EMM), a collaborative project spearheaded by Sony Pictures, Disney, and CBS, helped celebrate Spirit Day on October 17th.

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It's a bird! It's a plane! Oh wait, it's WarnerMedia's super Spirit Day content!

WarnerMedia and its many subsidiaries including HBO, TNT, TBS, CNN, Warner Bros, and The CW turned purple for Spirit Day.

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