Here are some video interviews shot by Cindy Chaffin to accompany Senior Editor Tammye Nash’s comprehensive piece over on the main page, “‘TOTWK’: Exploitive or empowering?” Cindy and Tammye sat down with trans women on both sides of the debate over Dallas filmmaker Israel Luna’s controversial “Ticked-Off Tr@nnies With Knives.”
DVtv correspondent Brent Paxton has had some technical difficulties over the last few days, but better late than never, right? Paxton attended a protest this weekend outside the Rose Marine Theater in Fort Worth, where Israel Luna’s “Ticked-Off Tr@nnies With Knives” was screened during Q Cinema. (The controversial film took top honors at the festival.) In an effort to give voices to all sides in the debate, Paxton braved 100-degree heat to try to find out why those who oppose the film are so darn ticked off. Take a look.vzlomat-pochtu.comопределить позиции в поисковиках
Cindy Chaffin, our new video guru, attended the Turtle Creek Chorale’s Spring Gala — “Flight 501 World Tour” — at the Dallas InfoMart on Saturday. And she managed to enlist TCC artistic director Jonathan Palant and event co-chair Brian Rogers as on-air talent. Chaffin, who joins us after a stint with KERA’s Art&Seek, will henceforth be a regular contributor here, so everyone should give a big welcome by checking out her first DVtv segment.реклама в гугле
Israel Luna and DVtv go to the DART board meeting where community members express their complaints over DART’s interference in a trans employee’s efforts to have her gender marker changed on her legal documents and the agency’s lack of policies protecting transgender employees.
Go here to read John Wright’s latest story on the situation.