Sundance Film Festival
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Over the last week, Sundance released the lineup for the 2014 Sundance Film Festival taking place in Park City, Utah from January 16-26th. This year's lineup continues to feature several LGBT-inclusive films, check out GLAAD's guide!
One of the standout documentaries at Sundance this year is the new film God Loves Uganda, which examines the relationship between American evangelical missionaries and the increasingly anti-gay Ugandan religious and political establishments. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams tells GLAAD about the challenges he faced in capturing the story, and why it's so important to tell.
The Sundance Film Festival is a launching pad for some of the world’s most important and influential cinema, including many films that tackle the issues faced by the LGBT community. GLAAD is proud to announce that one powerful film in particular, Love Free or Die, will partner with us to help advance LGBT equality in 2012.
Since it started 34 years ago, the Sundance Film Festival has become one of the most LGBT-friendly festivals in the world, and this year’s lineup looks to add to the prestigious list of LGBT-inclusive cinema that got its start at the Utah based film festival.
Just as the federal trial challenging California's anti-gay Proposition 8 draws to a close, 8: The Mormon
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La Mission, a gripping drama starring Benjamin Bratt as a reformed ex-con