Prof. Tami Gold and IMA student David Pavlosky work Passionate Politics, opened the 25th Paris International Lesbian & Feminist Film Festival.
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Today LGBT people are far more likely than any other minority group in the United States to be victimized by hate crimes. Through telling the story of a violent hate crime in a LGBT bar, Puzzles explores the connection between joblessness, homophobia, intolerance, and, ultimately, violence.
PASSIONATE POLITICS California premiere June 15th
SAN FRANCISCO newspaper about the festival
Passionate Politics: The Life and Work of Charlotte Bunch is a harrowing documentary about lesbian activist and author Bunch, who has been fighting for our rights since the 1960s. Produced and directed by New York’s Hunter College professor Tami Gold, the 58-minute film plays June 15 along with A Force of Nature, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple’s (Harlan County, USA) documentary short about Ellen Ratner, an out lesbian and head of the Talk Radio News. Passionate Politics co-producer David Pavlosky is expected to attend a post-screening Q&A.
Article about the upcoming Mainline Festival, w/ a Passionate Politics shout-out:: 4th paragraph down