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Documentaries

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Documentaries

 

 Filmaker's Library: Lesbian, Gay And Gender Issues selections

http://www.filmakers.com/GAY.html

 

 

“For the Bible Tells Me So”’

http://www.forthebibletellsmeso.org/indexb.htm

 

 

 

Gay Pioneers

Produced for PBS

 

 

In the Life 

Documentary Stories from the Gay experience

 

 

Outfest Legacy Film Preservation

http://www.outfest.org/legacy.html

The Outfest Legacy Project for LGBT Film Preservation, a collaboration between Outfest and the UCLA Film & Television Archive, is the only program in the world devoted to saving and preserving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender moving images.

 

 

Remembering Stonewall (1990)

Radio documentary dramatically conveyed the first-person viewpoints of some of the participants.

 

 

Screaming Queens: The Riot at Compton's Cafeteria

Susan Stryker and Victor Silverman's fabulous film! "Three years before the famous rioting at New York's Stonewall Inn, there was a riot in San Francisco at Gene Compton's Cafeteria. On a hot Summer's night in 1966, in the city's Tenderloin district, a group of transgender women and gay street-hustlers fought back for the first time in history against everyday police harassment."

 

 

The Times of Harvey Milk (1984)

Winner Best Documentary (first documentary on a gay subject to do so). An estimated 1 billion viewers hear its director, Robert Epstein, express his thanks to, "my partner in life, John Wright."

 

 

Word is Out (1977)

Film by Peter Adair constructed from interviews with 26 gay men and women. For many viewers it was their first experience of seeing gay men and lesbians interviewed in full light, without overtones of shame or stigma.

 

 

 

 

 

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