HGLCF + ClexaCon



The Honolulu Gay & Lesbian Cultural Foundation is delighted to announce a new partnership with ClexaCon, a media and entertainment convention for LGBTQ women and allies.

ClexaCon is the first convention HGLCF has ever partnered with, and we’re excited to be working together to bring more women’s media programming and events to Hawaii.

As part of our collaboration, HGLCF and ClexaCon are co-presenting a full day of Women’s Programming on Saturday, August 11, 2018 including Shorts + Web Series Showcases, a Feature Film, Q&A, and a Mixer* at Scarlet Honolulu.

In attendance will be filmmakers and actors who are charting a new era of women’s representation in media including: Aaron Amal, Alyssa Lerner, Caitlin Combe, Christine McAuliffe, Laura Zak, Lily Richards, Lisa Donato, Marem Hassler, Sharon Bell, and Winny Clarke.

And we’re offering a special 1-Day Pass — a $50 value — for only $25. Click here to get yours now.

*Note: The Mixer is a 21+ event. Pick up your HRFF29 + CLEXACON 1-Day Pass at the Honolulu Museum of Art Doris Duke Theatre Box Office starting on Opening Night (August 09, 2018). ID required.


HGLCF @ CLEXACON

HGLCF was part of the amazing ClexaCon 2018 in Las Vegas. We screened the Hawaii-made “A Place In the Middle”, and shared news about HRFF29 to a sold out convention of more than 4,000 entertainers, industry leaders, media makers and fans. Thanks to our Platinum Sponsors Hawaiian Airlines and Aqua-Aston Hospitality, we shared a little extra aloha by giving a lucky winner a free trip to Honolulu to coincide with HRFF29 in August.

Visit us on Facebook @hrfilmfest for the most current news about our partnership with ClexaCon.

          


About ClexaCon

ClexaCon provides a platform to build community, bringing together a diverse group of LGBTQ fans and content creators from around the world. Networking events connect filmmakers, actors and industry professionals while panels, workshops, and autograph sessions connect creators with fans.

ClexaCon aims to empower media creators to produce and distribute more positive LGBTQ content, providing educational resources for the community to aid in the push for better representation. ClexaCon will strive to lay the foundation for improved visibility within the media while encouraging more LGBTQ women to participate in creating the stories they desire.

Learn more about ClexaCon by visiting their website and Facebook page, and by listening to this special 2016 podcast.