Assault on Gay America
The film, which first aired on February 15, 2000, on PBS, examines the brutal murder of Billy Jack Gaither, a thirty-nine-year-old gay man from Sylacauga, Alabama, and explores the roots of homophobia in America.
It’s Elementary: talking about gay issues in school
(Women’s Educational Media, 1996)
The film shows parents, educators and policymakers what it actually looks like when teachers talk about gay issues with their students in a matter of fact way. A viewing guide accompanies the film.
No Dumb Questions: uncle bill is becoming a woman…
(Epiphany Productions, 2001)
A funny and touching documentary profiling 3 sisters, aged 6, 9, and 11, struggling to understand why and how their uncle is becoming a woman. This film will educate viewers and spark dialogue about transgendered identity, child development, human acceptance and love.
(The Trevor Project, 1995)
This Academy Award winning film portraits the coming out story of 13 year old Trevor through a series of diary entries. This movie demonstrates to gay and questioning youth, their parents and their peers that there are positive solutions to the problems that they encounter.