Rewriting Love

It is too common for LGBTQIA family members to reject their children, spouses, and other relations when those relations come out. This documentary chronicles the heartwarming stories of several families who have successfully redefined themselves in order to welcome and accept LGBTQIA members. Through interviews with the families, Rewriting Love will provide hope and concrete evidence that it is possible to redefine families to include LGBTQIA members and to navigate the coming out process in a way that doesn’t fracture family bonds, but rather reinforces them. This family friendly documentary is suited for audiences of all ages and identities.

The independent documentary film Rewriting Love is available for screenings at gender conferences, community groups, pride celebrations, in classrooms, for LGBT trainings, and more. Called “the future of sex education,” it is the perfect tool for your organization.

Closed Captions are included. Non-profit or small budget organizations hiring ASL or foreign language interpreters may be eligible for a discounted screening fee. All venues must be accessible (contact us for details).

Rewriting Love fights back against the continued oppression and violence perpetrated against the LGBT+ community by showing the humanity of members of this marginalized community. Featuring the amazing true stories of families who have redefined themselves to include transgender, asexual, bisexual and other members of the LGBT+ community, this film is family-friendly. Through interviews with families and individuals, Rewriting Love will provide hope and concrete evidence that it is possible to redefine families to include LGBT+ members and to navigate the coming out process in a way that doesn’t fracture family bonds, but rather reinforces them.

Screening fees are on a sliding scale according to the group’s budget.

Contact us at info@fearlessmindstheatrical.org to start the process for scheduling a screening today!

The production team of Rewriting Love is:

Marrok Sedgwick, Producer/Director

Reilly Skinner, Director of Photography/Editor

Jay Safakish, Production Coordinator & Social Media Specialist

This activity was supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Arts and Disability Center at the University of California Los Angeles.

Any findings, opinions, or conclusions contained herein are not necessarily those of the California Arts Council, The National Endowment for the Arts, and The National Arts and Disability Center.

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