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Watch: James Goldman of TSHS and Ve’ondre Mitchell of HRC Talk About Being Young and Trans #TDOV
March 31, 2021

Watch: James Goldman of TSHS and Ve’ondre Mitchell of HRC Talk About Being Young and Trans #TDOV

To celebrate Transgender Day Of Visibility​ 2021, we held a candid conversation with two transgender rising stars that we absolutely adore! Actor James Goldman of Two Sentence Horror Stories​ episode “Elliot” and Human Rights Campaign Foundation Youth Ambassador and TikTok influencer Ve’ondre Mitchell discuss the importance of pronouns, trans portrayal in media, ending transphobia and […]

Stage 13 teams up with Warner Bros. employee group to give back to the Asian community
July 6, 2020

Stage 13 teams up with Warner Bros. employee group to give back to the Asian community

On June 24th, Stage 13 partnered with the Warner Bros. employee group NAPA (Network for Asian Pacific Americans) to serve delicious meals from the Asian-owned restaurant Bone Kettle to the Asian Youth Center (AYC) in San Gabriel, CA! Family Style cast members Gilbert and Stacy helped serve 50 meals to the AYC Wednesday, in Stage […]

It Gets Better
February 5, 2020

It Gets Better

More than HALF of LGBTQ+ students experience harassment based on sexual orientation or gender expression, but you are not alone. Visit www.itgetsbetter.org/get-help to find a community of support and access to resources for LGBTQ+ youth around the world. It Gets Better!

GLAAD
February 5, 2020

GLAAD

To learn more about transgender people, issues the community faces, how to be an ally, and language and terminology, visit https://www.glaad.org/transgender

It’s Bruno! Premieres on Netflix May 17
April 12, 2019

It’s Bruno! Premieres on Netflix May 17

An old-school Brooklyn native devotes his days to caring for his adorable dog, Bruno — and making sure the neighbors show his pooch the proper respect.

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Special Coming To Netflix April 12
March 25, 2019

Special Coming To Netflix April 12

SPECIAL follows a gay man with mild cerebral palsy decides to rewrite his identity as an accident victim, break up with his mom – or at least set some healthy boundaries – and finally go after the life he’s always wanted.

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Fantasia 2018: Talking Ass-Kicking Abuelas for LA QUINCEAÑERA
August 7, 2018

Fantasia 2018: Talking Ass-Kicking Abuelas for LA QUINCEAÑERA

Founding members of Luchagore Productions, Director Gigi Saul Guerrero and Producer Raynor Shima have been delivering Latin-inspired horror out of Vancouver since 2013, always living up to the “gore” in their namesake.

Featured on Dread Central

Fantasia 2018: LA QUINCEAÑERA Review
August 4, 2018

Fantasia 2018: LA QUINCEAÑERA Review

No girl wants to kill, especially on her quinceañera. No girl wants people to die, especially on her quinceañera.

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Bethune-Cookman Band Series Debuts Friday On Netflix
August 1, 2018

Bethune-Cookman Band Series Debuts Friday On Netflix

“Marching Orders,” a 12-episode series about Bethune-Cookman University’s Marching Wildcats band, debuts Friday on Netflix.

“Nobody works as hard as we do,” band director Donovan Wells says in the series opener. “Nobody pays attention to the details as much as we do.”

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Netflix to Debut ‘Cooking on High,’ A New Cannabis Cooking Competition
June 22, 2018

Netflix to Debut ‘Cooking on High,’ A New Cannabis Cooking Competition

In the latest testament to the fast-growing mainstream embrace of cannabis, Netflix this month will debut a competitive cooking show exclusively featuring dishes prepared with the herb. And not just for flavoring — under the show’s rules, all recipes must actually get you high.

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LALIFF Gives Latinos The Starring Role For A Change
June 20, 2018

LALIFF Gives Latinos The Starring Role For A Change

Fifteen-year-old Alejandra Santos is about to celebrate becoming a woman, but the evening of her quinceañera will not be what she or anyone in her family expects. Her father is missing and a sinister figure from a Mexican cartel shows up at the celebration, threatening everyone with merciless, brutal violence.

Featured on LA Weekly