Today SAG-AFTRA released the results of a survey finding that out lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender actors continue to face anti-LGBT bias when looking for work. The survey was conducted by UCLA's Williams Institute and SAG-AFTRA with responses from 5,700 union actors, with about 15% of respondents identifying as LGBT.
The New Black follows six African-American faith leaders to explore how Black, faith, and LGBT communities intersected in Maryland's campaign for marriage equality, where the role of the Black church as the community's institutional pillar took on a whole new dynamic. The film is partnering with Tugg to bring The New Black to local theaters and churches for screenings, starting on National Coming Out Day October 11.
Jeffery Schwarz and Lotti Pharriss Knowles, producer/director and producer respectively of the award-winning HBO documentary Vito, have launched a new Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to digitize all thirteen episodes of Russo's groundbreaking 1983 TV series Our Time and upload the series to YouTube for free viewing. Find out how you can help!
Linda Bloodworth Thomason‘s feature-length documentary looking into the issue of marriage inequality has been acquired by Virgil Films, which has nabbed all North American rights. The plan is to release Bridegroom later this fall, followed by VOD and DVD rollouts.