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Trans Filmmakers at Sundance: The Stroll

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As the 2024 Sundance Film Festival kicks off, Imara is joined by the creators of last year’s award-winning documentary, The Stroll. The film explores the history of New York’s Meatpacking District from the perspective of the trans sex workers who lived and worked there. First, Imara talks with co-director Zackary Drucker about partnering with HBO to produce the film, being a messenger for trans stories, and always saying yes when collaborating. Next, Imara chats with co-director Kristen Lovell about why she began to document her experience as a sex worker on the stroll and how she’s learned to navigate the world of prestige film festivals and studios.

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