Artists' Television Access

Set the Screen on Fire: Films for Social Change

Thursday, January 1, 1970, 12:00 am

Burning with stories that must be told, LGBT filmmakers craft award winning documentaries that help educate the public, fan the flames of social change and spark inspiration in a new generation of young activists.

From Word Is Out to The Times Of Harvey Milk to Choosing Children, LGBT filmmakers have been on the forefront of creating films that advance the LGBT community into theaters, into homes, and across the globe.

Join Glenne McElhinney and fellow LGBT documentarians, who will show clips from their docs and share stories of how their films have helped to create social change.

Moderator/Organizer: Glenne McElhinney is a LGBT Historian and award winning documentary filmmaker of On These Shoulders We Stand, which is screening in Frameline34 in SF this June.

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