FemmePower Productions, an eccentric femme-drove organization, is propelling another stage to help meet your “queerantine” needs. An official statement reported that FemmePower TV and its lineup of strange substance for isolate will make a big appearance at a virtual occasion this Sunday, May 17. FemmePower TV maker and organizer Heather María Ács will have the gathering with various movie producers and extraordinary visitors, and acquaint crowds with “a heavenly program [from] grant winning and underground eccentric craftsmen.”

FemmePower TV will highlight the online introduction of “Flu$h,” Ács’ film following a gathering of strange tricksters and a mastery meeting that gets ugly. It marks FemmePower Productions’ first pic.

Likewise among the Queerantine lineup is web arrangement “FQ Chronicles,” a satire about the lives and cherishes of four dark trans ladies in Detroit. Bolstered by the Sundance Institute, the show is made, composed, and coordinated by dark trans ladies, including Ahya Simone and Paige Wood. “Benevolence Mistress,” another web arrangement, will be included also. Composed and made by Yin Q, coordinated and altered by Amanda Madden, and official created by Margaret Cho, the show centers on a Chinese-American dominatrix who “clergymen the dreams of others and recuperates injury with torment, while battling with the real factors of settler family life.

“In spite of the fact that there is a plenitude of autonomous eccentric substance, there are not many online stages to feature this extraordinary work. Strange crowds have the right to see themselves reflected and approach the visionary stories eccentric craftsmen work indefatigably to create,” Ács said in an announcement. “Underestimated stories/characters have gotten new degrees of consideration and there has been an extraordinary noise for trans and strange on-screen characters. In any case, Hollywood’s interest doesn’t ensure that our accounts will be told with deference, exactness, or care. It is basic that we control our own accounts, access the assets important to recount to our accounts, and grow current accessible stages to contact strange crowds and past.”

FemmePower TV’s dispatch gathering will commence here on May 17 at 8 p.m. EST. Look at the full “Queerantine” lineup beneath, kindness of FemmePower Productions.

FQ Chronicles; a comedic webseries about the lives of four dark trans ladies as they explore love, life, exchange, and ki-lord in the city of Detroit; made by dark trans ladies themselves, including Ahya Simone and Paige Wood. (Bolstered by Trans Sistas of Color Project-Detroit and Sundance Institute.)

Recovery; White individuals have left Earth all at once for Mars, abandoning Indigenous individuals who are recovering their regions and mending their planet; from Toronto-based Thirza Cuthand, primary trial, strange movie producer whose work investigates sexuality, frenzy, eccentric personality and love, and Indigeneity.

Benevolence Mistress; Mistress Yin, a Chinese American New York City Dominatrix, clergymen the dreams of others and recuperates injury with torment, while fighting with the real factors of foreigner family life; Written by Yin Q, Starring Poppy Liu, Director/Editor Amanda Madden, EP Margaret Cho.

PAISA; a vivid fever dream that praises the excellence of strange earthy colored sexiness, body energy and singularity; Based on an idea by LA-based, non-parallel Latinx artist, Dorian Wood (Creative Capital Award 2020), Directed by Graham Kolbeins and Dorian Wood.

Mouth Wide Open; a normal outing to the dental specialist turns into a dreamlike and provocative femme dream; made by Siobhan Aluvalot, a SF-based experiemental producer, DJ, and individual from the notorious STUD eccentric bar aggregate; Starring Shawna Shawnté and Fanciulla Gentile with Stevie Anntonym.

Helps Diva: The Legend of Connie Norman; a sneak look from the prospective component narrative about trans and ACT-UP extremist, Connie Norman, an ACT UP/LA representative and self-named “Helps DIVA” in mid 90’s Los Angeles; coordinated by Dante Alencastre.

Flu$h; the online debut of FemmePower Productions’ first movie about a gathering of eccentric tricksters in Brooklyn and a mastery meeting that goes astray; Actor/Writer/Director, Heather María Ács.

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