This week, online content providers Hulu and Youtube Movies added an LGBT category to their genre options, which came about from their newly established release agreements with LGBT film distributor Wolfe Video.
Day of Silence begs the question: What will you do to end the silence? This is an important probe, especially when it comes to LGBT young people of color, as it asks for a unified front to battle the discrimination and bullying that LGBT youth endure in the school environment. Their safety and academic success is at risk due to fear of bullying and harassment.
The second of three award shows held this spring by the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) to honor the most outstanding images of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community in the media will take place in Los Angeles on April 21.
“Bully,” the anti-bullying documentary, is unrated no longer. The Classification and Rating Administration said it gave the film a PG-13 rating on Thursday, after the Weinstein Company submitted a newly edited version of a film that had earlier been rated R because of strong language.
Following its initial theatrical release as an unrated feature, the documentary Bully has been given a rating of PG-13 from the Motion Picture Association of America, which will allow children under 17 to buy a ticket without parental permission and for the film to be screened in schools as an educational tool.