Topics :: documentary
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By Louise Adams | Wednesday Mar 20, 2013
As their numbers continue to grow, LGBT Vietnamese in areas around California work to find a space where they are accepted. But with their prohibition from participating in the Tết Parade, they are seeking other methods of inclusion.
By Kyle Thomas Smith | Friday May 6, 2011
"Stonewall Uprising" succeeds in impressing upon us just how far we’ve come, thanks to the rumbles of a ragtag rabble, despite how much farther the struggle for gay rights still has to go.
By M. M. Adjarian | Thursday Apr 21, 2011
The Stonewall Riots are ’the Rosa Parks moment’ for gay rights. Stonewall Uprising, a recent doc film (to be aired on PBS & released on DVD) about the event, re-examines the event. EDGE spoke to directors Kate Davis & David Heilbroner about their film.
By Steve Weinstein | Thursday Mar 3, 2011
Crayton Robey’s sensational new documentary Making the Boys explores how the seminal gay dramady The Boys in the Band came to be as an off-Broadway sensation & film, & the continuing profound influence of the first-ever honest portrayal of urban gay men.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Sep 1, 2010
Director Michel Gondry turns his lens onto his own family: specifically, his aunt Suzette, a former schoolteacher whose most challenging pupil remains her own son.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Apr 22, 2010
Filmmakers Jay Hodges and PJ Raval heard about a small Colorado town where transgendered people go to get bodies that match their inner selves. Naturally, they decided to make a film about it.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Feb 18, 2010
The anti-gay Utah state senator who claimed that gays are "the biggest threat going down" to America has refused to say whether he plans to run for re-election in 2012, sparking retirement rumors.
By Jennifer Dobner | Monday Nov 16, 2009
Reed Cowan’s reasons for making a film about the Mormon church’s activism against gay marriage in California are personal.
By Jason Salzenstein | Friday Aug 28, 2009
When it comes to documentaries and "edutainment," the History Channel leads the pack. A perfect example? How the Earth Was Made on Blu-ray. If you’re a creationist, you’ll want to skip this one; if, however, you have an education not based on Southern biblical insanity, you’ll find this documentary to be a fascinating, interesting and entertaining documentary providing an excellent overview for interested minds of any age. Read more...
By Kilian Melloy | Saturday Jun 6, 2009
A new documentary takes a loving, worried look from up above at the one thing that brings everyone in the world together: our planet. Our "Home."
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