To celebrate LGBT Pride Month, Comcast/Xfinity TV has partnered with Frameline Distribution to present six LGBT-oriented titles available on demand through mid July.
“In continuing our commitment to independent programming, we are excited to honor Pride Month with a curated collection of indie films with LGBT themes,” said Javier Garcia, Vice President, Multicultural Services, Comcast Cable, in a news release. “Comcast is proud to offer an expansive library of programming for the LGBT community, and these new titles will give our Xfinity TV customers even more LGBT entertainment choices and showcase the diversity of the LGBT community.”
From the Xfinity website: Frameline Distribution, the only non-profit LGBTQ distributor in the US, presents curated titles on historical figures, prominent artists, and youth perspectives in this special LGBTQ pride collection. Features a biopic on Alan Turing, an intimate portrait of Alison Bechdel, the first film on AIDS activism, and teen insights on bullying, gender identity, and good old fashioned crushes.
▪ Changing Our Minds: The Story of Dr. Evelyn Hooker
▪ Decoding Alan Turing
▪ The Paper Mirror
▪ Voices from the Front
▪ LGBTQ Youth Perspectives/Collection of Shorts
▪ LGBTQ Teen Perspectives/Collection of Shorts