Live Out Loud doc Homecoming Project to air on PBS Feb. 1st
The national television premiere of Live Out Loud’s documentary short The Homecoming Project with Academy Award® Winner Dustin Lance Black will air on the PBS program In The Life on February 1, 2011.
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The film is a chronicle of Lance returning to his high school in North Salinas, California with a message of hope, courage and inspiration and the extraordinary response of the students to the personal revelations of his hometown experience to an auditorium filled to capacity.
The organization hopes the broadcast of the Live Out Loud Homecoming Project will communicate the power of sharing our narratives across generations.
The Live Out Loud Homecoming Project encourages the LGBT community to visit their high schools to inspire the next generation of LGBT youth. See the November issue of 2B for our interview with director Leo Preziosi, (Vol. 8 No. 10 p. 42).
Check out more info on the NYC-based org at: http://www.liveoutloud.info/wp/programs/the-homecoming-project/
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