Date(s) - Thursday 05/28/2020
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Join us for a workshop with creator of the All We’ve Got which will discuss various forms of queer storytelling, from writing to filmmaking.
Very few things in life go according to plan. Alexis Clements started off as a kid thinking she would be an engineer and maybe a writer on the side. Then she went to college to be an actor (though she almost studied opera). But when she graduated she wanted to try out being a playwright. Now, nearly two decades later, she’s sharing her first feature-length documentary film, after having spent many years writing plays, short stories, and essays. It turns out that winding path taught her a lot, and has helped her have a more open approach to writing and storytelling. In this workshop we’ll talk about careers and lives that don’t move in straight lines, and think about stories that benefit from twists and turns.
4:30 | Workshop with filmmaker
7:00 | All We’ve Got Film Screening + Panel with special guests Tandra LaGrone and EP