Wednesday, October 31 2012
The Invisible War explores not only the pervasiveness of sexual assault against service women in the military, it also exposes a judicial system and process that is so flawed that very rarely are the guilty punished.
Friday, June 15 2012
Two films at the Human Rights Watch Festival New York focus on the oppressions men impose during wartime.
Sunday, October 4 2009
"It's kind of hard to be public and closeted," quips Barney Frank, though Outrage shows repeatedly that this is exactly how best to describe secretly gay politicians.
Friday, May 8 2009
Kirby Dick's documentary argues that it's long past time that the many stories that shape closeted gay politicians' lives and careers be sorted out.
Monday, May 18 2009
According to an article written for IndieWire last week by Eugene Hernandez, National Public Radio in effect censored Nathan Lee's review of Outrage, Kirby Dick's
Wednesday, May 20 2009
Although the documentary "Outrage" focuses on present-day politicians and the battle for gay rights, there's a reason why director Kirby Dick decided to cede the