32 Second Avenue
New York City, New York

Global Action Project (G.A.P.), DCTV and Third World Newsreel (TWN) present new and classic LGBT shorts by production workshop students.

I Never Danced the Way Girls Were Supposed To 7 min, 1992, by Dawn Suggs
What makes Black lesbians so special? Suggs takes a fresh and funny approach to explore this.

There's No Place Like Home, 1 min, 2008, by Supa Friends/Global Action Project
A PSA on LGBTQ homeless youth.

Three Queer Mice, 3 min, 2007, by the Supa Friends/Global Action Project
This short animation is a remake of the nursery rhyme Three Blind Mice. We find three very queer mice in a lot of trouble when their rights are being violated. Based on real stories.

A Likely Fear, 7 min, 2007, by Stanley Chen, Royce Cheung, Sushana Dubreil, William Johnson, Anton Kirschner, Dennis Lau, Victor Santiago, Jenny Wang
Through interviews of a gay man and a heterosexual homophobic man, this film discusses the consequences of homophobia.

Same Love, 7 min, 2007, by The Students at Bronx Lab High School (TV High)
Filmmakers examine what it means to be a gay teenager in high school.

Coming Out Story, 7 min, 2008, by Simone Thompson, Michael O'Conner, Jovan Crandle, Steven Holmes, Gavin Le
A young man reflects on coming out.

Thicker Than Water, 11 min, 2006, by Jennifer Miller, Ricky Sim, Zoubin Tang, Long Tran, Lushena Warner
Explores the difficulties of coming out to one's family members.

That's So Gay, 5 min, 2008 by Katherine Alaniz, Taylor Dugger, Alijaney Jefferson, Crystal Ng, Shante Tucker, and Safiya Williams.
A documentary that explores a range of reactions when students at Brooklyn's High School for Public Service form a Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) at their school.

Tuesday, April 21, 6:00- 7:30PM
Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue, at 2nd Street,
New York, NY

Official Website: http://www.twn.org

Added by thirdworldnewsreel on April 13, 2009

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