Attention New Yorkers: Indie Film on Thursday!

By GLAAD |
October 7, 2008
Hey, New Yorkers: Do you find yourself complaining that there aren't enough films by and/or about LGBT people of color? Well, we have a great indie for you to check out this Thursday, October 9. ACT Now Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that promotes films and theater projects made by or about people of color, is screening Dreams Deferred: The Sakia Gunn Film Project. The film promises to depict the "homophobia that caused this real life murder and questions the lack of media coverage of the murder of a black gay teenager." DATE: Thursday, October 9, 2008 Suggested donation $5 Doors Open: 6:30p Film Screening: 7:30p (followed by a live interview with the film maker) Post Networking Event: 9:00p LOCATION: NY Perks 193 Smith Street (between Warren St & Baltic St) Brooklyn, NY TRANSPORTATION: F or G train to Bergen St (Exit via Warren St) RSVP: rsvp@actnowproduction.org or 347.274.0563