Campus Pride and Wolfe Video release their 2013 LGBT Youth Movie Guide

Campus Pride and Wolfe Video are once again collaborating to bring you the 2013 LGBT Youth Movie Guide, a resource for colleges and universities across the country interested in screening LGBT-inclusive films. Some of the notable films included in the list are Mosquita y Mari, Pedro, But I'm a Cheerleader, Pariah, Boys Don't Cry and Stonewall Uprising.

“It’s not easy for LGBT youth and college students to find the movies that speak to their experiences,” said Wolfe Video president Maria Lynn. “We’re thrilled to partner with Campus Pride to help the LGBT students who want and need to see these movies.”

Wolfe Releasing is the oldest distributor in North America to solely focus on LGBT-inclusive cinema. Its alliance with Campus Pride, the national non-profit dedicated to allying itself with colleges and universities around the country, leads to a guide that provides college students with films that are not only entertaining but also give great insight into the rich history and diversity of the LGBT community. Take a look at the guide here.
 

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