Jun 25

Screening of Patient No More with Diana Fraser '14 - Q&A to follow

From site: Out After Carleton Events

Thursday, June 25th, 2020
7:00 – 9:00 pm

Virtual screening of Patient No More with Q&A to follow with director <strong>Diana Fraser '14</strong>. Patient No More is a feature documentary about the barriers LGBTQ+ women navigate across health care systems and how the never-ending hunt for affirming care affects their lives. Focused on the experiences of queer and female-identified people, the film features the voices of 17 LGBTQ+ women as both expert and patient.

Diana Fraser '14 is a producer whose work empowers social dialogue, creative collaboration, and marginalized communities. She believes listening to others tell their stories changes the game. She has managed and designed advertising spots, documentaries, digital shorts, and broadcast programs. As a production manager at Twin Cities PBS, her programs received over 15 Emmy nominations and garnered 7 wins. Her freelance portfolio features a Princess Grace Honorarium Award film, three feature films, and several festival-recognized short films. She is a 2018 Minnesota State Arts Board grant recipient. When not working, Diana likes reading books, building Legos she knows she's going to step on someday, swing dancing, and eating churros. Patient No More is her directorial debut.

There is no cost to participate. Register online to receive screening login info within 48 hours of the screening.

Sponsored by Out After Carleton. Contact: Amy Gragg