, there are several great short film selections worth seeing.We spoke with some of the filmmakers and stars while Outfest’s opening night and rest assured that if you aren’t in L. today, you can watch for these titles to make their way to a film festival near you., written/directed by Devon Kirkpatrick, stars Mel Shimkovitz and Clea Du Vall in a story about a queer widow who is pregnant with her deceased’s partner’s child.Reached by phone on Thursday afternoon, Schaffer explained that she and Kennedy have been together nearly 17 years and, while they had been discussing marriage, the plan was expedited due to the election results."Obviously there have been a lot of ups and downs in LGBT rights over the years, and we didn't get married at a couple of other times when our friends did," said Schaffer, who admits that marriage has never been high on her priority list due to fundamental views on the separation of church and state.
But, says Senzee, there’s one qualification all panelists must have. They have to have led protests, be educating people or doing research on discrimination or stopping it, or marching or have written powerful books or done something that’s measurably contributing to helping people of diverse genders and sexual orientations winning and keeping the same rights straight people take for granted.” Three other panelists will join Rajah, who among her many equality-activist pursuits is her work as a member of the SAG-AFTRA LGBT Actors Committee. “We [as bisexual people] have higher depression, suicide, and domestic violence rates,” Rajah said, adding that she’s excited to learn what fellow panelists, including Dr.
“They have to also be advocates who are actively engaged in the fight for equality,” he told . Corliss will bring to the conversation on those and other topics.
I noticed that it's usually the butchier lesbians who fall into this and seem really into the family aspect, but from the outside it looks like they're just being used for babysitting/support?
Her journey becomes a heartbreaking but ultimately life-affirming and inspiring tale that examines the fragility of memory and celebrates the enduring power of hope, faith and family." Williams (After Midnight, Into the Woods) and Tyson (The Corn is Green, "Sounder") appeared together in the Tony-nominated 2013 Broadway revival of Bountiful as Jessie Mae Watts and Carrie Watts, respectively, and the two reprised their performances in the recent Lifetime Television film adaptation, joined by Underwood, who played Ludie Watts.
The Trip to Bountiful will feature scenic design by Jeff Cowie, costume design by Van Broughton Ramsey, lighting design by Rui Rita as well as original music and sound design by John Gromada, hair design by Paul Huntley, make-up design by Angelina Avallone, casting by Caparelliotis Casting and Los Angeles casting by Mark B. The production stage manager is Robert Bennett, the associate director is David Alpert and the CTG associate artistic director is Neel Keller.