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Things We Saw Today: Sistah Sinema’s Relaunched For Your LGBTQ Women Of Color Film Needs

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It can be hard to find an abundance of media for/by queer women of color. Sistah Sinema is aiming to make a comeback to change that by teaming with Indieflix and relaunching their streaming service. (via Boing Boing) From Elizher:

Viewers of the Sistah Sinema collection on IndieFlix will be introduced to independent titles that they may not have heard of before. The partnership with IndieFlix allows Sistah Sinema to focus on independent films that were screened at film festivals, but never released theatrically and had limited availability on Netflix. The hope is to add roughly five titles each month to the platform. “There is still a long way to go in building a collection that represents all the great films telling the stories of queer women of color, but this is a great re-start,” says founder Isis] Asare, smiling.

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