As the Supreme Court prepares to rule on two cases involving same-sex marriage, a new documentary takes a look at what same-sex marriage means for African-Americans. Host Michel Martin speaks with Yoruba Richen, the director of The New Black to find out what inspired the film.
The documentary Married and Counting, narrated by George Takei, about gay couple Pat Dwyer and Stephen Mosher who celebrate their 25th anniversary by travelling the country to marry in every state that will legally allow them to do so, opened in Los Angeles on June 14 and will premiere on iTunes June 25.
"Memories of a Penitent Heart" is a documentary in the making about "love, God, and inequality." On Thursday, June 20th, director Cecilia Aldarondo will be hosting a discussion about the film's themes, as well as viewing an excerpt from the film.
The powerful documentary about Ugandan LGBT activist David Kato, Call Me Kuchu, will premiere in theaters in New York this Friday, June 14 and expand to Los Angeles a week later on June 21 with more markets to follow. The first week of screenings in New York will feature Q&As with directors and activists from the documentary.
he 10th Annual Damn These Heels! (DTH!) LGBT Film Festival in Salt Lake City, hosted by the Utah Film Center, will kick off at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center on Friday, July 12 and run through the weekend. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, June 14.
While nearly three-quarters of Americans believe that legal recognition of gay marriage is inevitable and an increasing number of states are proving their belief to be true, a new documentary is telling a different story about support for same-sex marriage in the U.S.
Kyle Patrick Alvarez’s C.O.G. has received the Grand Jury Prize for best new American cinema at the 39th Seattle International Film Festival, which concludes Sunday. An adaptation of an essay by David Sedaris, the film concerns a young man working on an apple farm in Oregon.