Become a Fresno Reel Pride Sponsor!
Interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact Michael Reyna, Sponsorship Director at for more information. Submit your artwork:

Each year, Fresno Reel Pride relies on the community and local businesses to make our annual film festival possible. 

If you're a local business owner, consider being part of the Fresno Reel Pride Film Festival. As a sponsors, your business will reach thousands of filmgoers by being highlighted in our program booklet, through our social media channels and website, and more! 





  • ABC 30
  • Absolut Vodka
  • Adam Benkoski /  Fowler | Helsel | Vogt
  • Arctic Glacier U.S.A.
  • AT&T
  • Bacardi Rum
  • Bobby Salazar’s
  • Boos & Associates
  • Brick & Mortar
  • Bulldog Pride Fund
  • The California Endowment
  • Childs Law Firm
  • Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino
  • Cindy's Frozen Yogurt & Desserts
  • Community Link
  • Councilmember Esmeralda Soria
  • CSAA / AAA Travel
  • DJ Binx – Bianca Lopez
  • DJ Fresh - Julio Puentes
  • Donaghy Sales
  • Dr. Carole Goldsmith
  • Dumont Printing
  • Earth Builders
  • Engelmann Cellars
  • Fresno Art Museum


  • Fresno Filmworks
  • Gay Central Valley
  • Gay Fresno
  • Gazebo Gardens
  • Hedrick's Chevrolet
  • Henry Maden Library - Fresno State
  • Imperial Dove Court of Fresno
  • Jewel FM - Leslie Davis
  • J. Hilburn - Marica Martin
  • JP Marketing - Art Reker
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Kelli Beingesser MD, OB-GYN & Gail Newel MD, OB-GYN
  • Kuni Sama
  • The Landmark
  • Livingstones
  • Melody Daggs Dog Training
  • Michael Weil Design
  • MyLGBTplus
  • Netricks, Inc.
  • North Tower Circle
  • Pepsi Co. - Equal
  • PG&E


  • Planned Parenthood
  • Positive Life
  • Queen’s Inn / Idle Hour Winery
  • RAW Fresno
  • Richie’s Pizza & Hot Dogs
  • Supervisor Henry Perea
  • Starbucks Coffee
  • Tom DeBey
  • Univision 21
  • Valley PBS
  • Valley Public Radio
  • Valley Stone Works
  • Wells Fargo
  • Wesley United Methodist Church
  • Zen Wok Fusion


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