Watch: Our Interview with Jen Foster, Nicole Conn, Nicole Pacent and Elaine Sturgess

If you missed our live interview with Foster, Conn, Pacent and Sturgess, you can watch it right here.


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Last month we hosted a live video interview with four amazing women, Nicole Conn, Jen Foster, Nicole Pacent and Elaine Sturgess, who are working on some very exciting projects, and they’re looking for your help.

Conn, director and writer of Elena Undone, Claire of the Moon, A Perfect Ending and She Walks in Beauty is the most prominent lesbian director in the business right now. Foster is an award-winning singer-songwriter, record producer and label owner whose music provides the perfect soundtrack for our community. Pacent is the incredibly talented and lovable actress who you saw and came to adore as Aster on the web series Anyone But Me and from the play I Hate Tommy Finch, and Sturgess is the gifted executive producer for the upcoming film She Walks in Beauty, which we discussed at length in our chat. We talked with these women about their upcoming collaborative projects, how you could be featured on screen and other events to look forward to. Plus, Pacent showed up in some extra fly men’s wear fresh off the set of a photo shoot. Check it out below, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay updated on our live video interviews, video blogs and event coverage.

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