Month: September 2016

Screening of IMA alum David Pavlosky’s Don’t Bring Scott

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IMA alum David Pavlosky’s film, Don’t Bring Scott will be in this year’s Global Peace Film Festival Online

Don’t Bring Scott is a personal documentary portrait that investigates the roots of homophobia in the American family and its reinforcement via religion and society. When David’s working-class parents decide to celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary without inviting his life partner, this All-American, rural family is dragged into the 21st century.

Screening of Prof. Tami Gold and IMA alum David Pavlosky’s PUZZLES

Professor Tami Gold and IMA alumn David Pavlosky will be screening their film, PUZZLES: When Hate Came To Town at the Global Peace Film Festival.

PUZZLES: When Hate Came to Town tells the story of a hate crime in a LGBTQ bar called Puzzles Lounge in New Bedford, MA when a teenager entered and brutally attacked its patrons. PUZZLES explores the correlation between economic hardship and homophobia, intolerance, and, ultimately, violence.

Poster for the film entitled Puzzles when hate came to town
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