Search Results for: Wilson Cruz

ATX Festival Season 5 Bumper (2016)

5 seasons and 100 festival hours later, ATX is SYNDICATED! We checked in with our Ambassadors, Alums, and Advisory Board members for tips on how to keep Season 5 fresh and exciting — and what comes next! Stay tuned to for new sizzles, panels, and Q&As from Season 5, or re-live favorite moments from […]

ATX TV Festival Season 4 Theme Song

How did we get through three seasons with no theme song! We decided to remedy that this year with the help of our ATX Ambassadors, past awardee, and returning cast. Lyrics by Ben Blacker, Todd Cooper. Music & Engineering by Heath Allyn. Directed by Emily Moss Wilson. Produced by ATX TV Festival. Post Production by […]

ATX TV Festival Season 3 Interview Sizzle

ATX Festival panelists are TV fans too! Just like us! Find out what they think about TV, their favorite characters, and what reunions they’d like to see at the festival in the future! Featuring: Wilson Cruz, Jill Flint, Ray Romano, Mike Royce, Peter Krause, Guillermo Del Toro, Carlton Cuse, Allison Tolman, Stacey Oristano, Derek Phillips, […]

My So-Called Life (2013)

ATX Television Festival reunites the cast and crew of MY SO CALLED LIFE for a screening of episode the pilot, followed by a Q&A with creator Winnie Holzman, composer WG Snuffy Walden & cast members Devon Odessa, Devon Gummersall and Wilson Cruz. Moderated by: Robyn Ross (TV Guide)  

Party of Five (2013)

ATX Television Festival reunites the cast and crew of PARTY OF FIVE for a screening of episode 209 “The Wedding,” followed by a Q&A with creator Chris Keyser & cast members Scott Wolf, Lacey Chabert, Paula Devicq and Wilson Cruz. Moderated by: Robyn Ross (TV Guide) Season 3: June 5-8, 2014

A Kiss is Just a Kiss presented by GLAAD (2015)

Fifteen years ago shows like DAWSON’S CREEK (which aired TV’s first prime-time gay kiss), and QUEER AS FOLK and THE L WORD (which for the first time focused on groups of queer friends while making no concession to the straight viewer) proved that gay characters could be seen as more than just caricatures and side-kicks. […]

Beyond Bullying presented by GLAAD (2014)

Thanks to the pioneering programs like “My So Called Life” and “Degrassi,” shows like “Glee” are able to not only depict LGBT teens, but celebrate them. Now a new generation of TV is taking characters beyond bullying storylines to sometimes challenging, sometimes hilarious, but definitely exciting places. Hear FAKING IT creator Carter Covington and actor […]