TV Talk: The L Word (20th Anniversary) - Virtual Program

Part of The Lehigh Valley LGBTQ+ Film Series

Tuesday, March 26 · view days & times

Free Tickets

Talking, laughing, loving, breathing, fighting, f***ing, crying, drinking, riding, winning, losing, cheating, kissing, thinking, dreaming, and MORE. Join The Lehigh Valley LGBTQ+ Film Series Curators for another TV Talk; this time commemorating the 20th Anniversary of The L Word, which originally aired in January of 2004! This groundbreaking series has not only redefined LGBTQ+ representation on television, but has also sparked crucial conversations about love, identity, and diversity. Come explore the show's rich narratives, diverse characters, impactful themes that have made it a cultural phenomenon, and how many times Jenny said something utterly obnoxious.

You must register through the ticket link above. Registrations end 10 minutes before the advertised start time. At that time, everyone who registered will get a Zoom link sent to them. Zoom is free to use and only requires a quick download to run. We will also be streaming this event via Facebook Live on the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas page.

Alessandra Fanelli

Alessandra Fanelli (she/her/hers) is an Arts Administrator and Digital Content Creator. In addition to serving non-profit theaters in the Lehigh Valley, she has also performed on stage in community theatre productions. She is currently the Development Chair for The Pennsylvania Playhouse and was previously the Box Office and Film Manager for Civic Theatre of Allentown. Alessandra graduated from West Chester University in 2016 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies, with a Minor in Italian and Concentration in Video Production. Alessandra spends her free time eating bagels and playing with her cat and dog, who are often mistaken for Gremlins.

Catherine Ford

Catherine Ford (she/her/hers) has had a love of film for as long as she can remember. Cathy especially appreciates and enjoys the work of Charlie Chaplin; her favorite film is City Lights. At William Paterson University, Cathy received a BA degree in Communications with concentrations in Cinema/Film as well as Journalism. Cathy is a collector of movie memorabilia, particularly Judy Holiday and the classics. Each year she attends and works the Provincetown International Indie Film Festival. Cathy has been an ArtsQuest Ambassador since 2011 as well as member of the Cinema Committee.

Adrianna Gober

Adrianna Gober (she/her/hers) is a Lehigh Valley-based writer and musician. She co-curates the First Saturday Horror Series at Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas and serves as a member of the ArtsQuest Cinema Committee. She is currently the Director of Programming for Midnight Movie Society, an extreme horror/cult SVOD service from Rue Morgue and MVD Entertainment Group.