Press Release: For Immediate Release
NEW DOCUMENTARY SCREENING ELEVATES TRANSGENDER NARRATIVES THROUGH HOME-VIDEO-STYLE INTERVIEWS, ILLUMINATES RESILIENCE
Lubbock, TX, September 19, 2017 On Thursday, October 5 at 6:30 P.M., Arttitude will have a local screening of their documentary project, Transpose, at Texas Tech University’s Escondido Theatre, Lubbock, TX. Admission is free; however a donation is appreciated and will be used to fund further programs and events which aim to enact social change through the telling of diverse narratives.
Transpose uses interviews filmed with webcams, cell phones, and other personal recording devices to encapsulate the raw humanity of every individual story. “Arttitude, as an organization, strives to use Transpose as a point of discussion and education for our community so that people can have a better understanding and insight into the transgender community--their stories, their hopes, their struggles and their triumphs as individuals” - Jil Lasaca, Transpose program manager.
"When I was asked to be part of this project, I had no idea how much it would change me to watch and listen to the stories of joy and struggle.” - Kurtz Frausun, director.
This project is made possible by the generous support of sponsors: Top Golf Ft. Worth, BuzzBrews Kitchen, Outlines Men’s Wear, Checkered Past Winery, Doug Boster Catering, Ionic Pacific, RFQSF, Maggianos North Park, Chocolate Secrets, Vanity Delight, Wine Shop at Home, and Sacred Tree Photography.
Transpose, a production of Arttitude. Arttitude is a501(c)(3) non-profit organization which serves to unite the LGBTQ+ and diverse community, local artists, academic researchers, and public and private organizations with the goal of inciting positive change and equality for all through art shows, music events, and other artistic endeavors.
Contact: Jerome Larez
Tel.: (469) 336-9583
Cell Phone: (214) 310-8408
Social Media: Be Arttitude