OTV | Open Television is a non-profit platform for intersectional television. We incubate, distribute, and exhibit artists that commercial television networks and art institutions do not develop consistently: artists who identify with multiple identities marginalized by the market and society. OTV experiments with alternative ways to develop, produce, and exhibit art and television. Our programs center artistic expression, intersectionality, Chicago and digital networking.
Black Girl Magic is a drag show starring a lineup of all black performers. Queens pay tribute to important black women with a diverse showcase that captures the breadth of talents and creativity within black drag community. Tune in LIVE with The Vixen every month!
PrEP4Love presents Lucy's Black Gay Gameshow (LIVE)
Lucy Stoole’s Black Gay Gameshow is the first-ever gameshow featuring ultra black and ultra gay trivia. Intersectional contestants test their excellence for a chance to win cash prizes, surprise giveaways and more. Who will walk away as the legendary winner of the first-ever, Black Gay Gameshow?...
Watch what happens when a group of Black trans and non-binary people get hooked on Molasses. Starring originally music by BoneReader, Zola Makeda, and Cae Monae along with vignettes of Molasses Chicago members at an impressive location.
The Unfriendly black hotties are a collective of black drag queens that resembles a sorority.
Led by Bambi Banks Coulee, Kenzie Coulee, Khloe Coulee, and Miss Toto the hotties strive to bring Black queers with strong voices to the forefront so they have the confidence to express themselves freely...
In this music video, Saya Naomi is faced with the reality that the person she thought was her friend is not. Through pain and spirituality, she finds true friendship and togetherness with her community. Roy Kinsey plays her intuition, her guide from shadow to light.
Drag performers and best friends Polly Glamory and Stevie Stars ditch their boring college graduation to compete in the last round of a drag competition. Their relationships with each other and everyone around them are tested as they try to become the best performers in the most competitive drag ...
Black Girl Magic is a monthly drag show starring a lineup of all black performers. Queens pay tribute to important black women with a diverse showcase that captures the breadth of talents and creativity within black drag community. Tune in LIVE with The Vixen.
Kiki 4 The Qulture was produced by A Queer Pride, a collection of seasoned professionals from Chicago's nightlife landscape, working together to celebrate Pride throughout the year. A Queer Pride is Abhijeet, Bambi Banks-Couleé, JForPay and Scott Cramer.