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Outrage

In Honor of National Coming Out Day, Sunday, Oct. 11, an indictment of closeted politicians who lobby for anti-gay legislation in the U.S.
With Tammy Baldwin, Barney Frank, Tony Kushner, Larry Kramer, etc.
Runtime: 90 minutes
Genre: Documentary
Note: Filmed in 2009, still true in 2015
Synopsis: Oscar-nominated Kirby Dick directs this shocking and passionate indictment of the clandestine hypocrisy of many closeted homosexuals in Washington, D.C. The individuals under scrutiny here are policymakers who have widely disparaged and worked to bring down the LGBT population, while hiding their own sexual identities. The media’s role in encouraging a neutral and at times closeted sexual orientation from politicians is also discussed.

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Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin

In honor of LGBT History Month
Runtime: 83 minutes
Genre: Documentary about a gay political activist
Synopsis: “Perhaps Bayard Rustin’s greatest achievement was conceiving and organizing the March on Washington in 1963, a watershed event in the civil rights movement, and the greatest organized protest in American history at the time. He protested the internment of Japanese Americans during the Second World War, was imprisoned as a conscientious objector before they were legally recognized as such and campaigned for refugee rights in Southeast Asia and Africa for much of his life.” – Philadelphia City Paper

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Halloween (1978)

Halloween Classic! The trick is to stay alive!
Cast: Jamie Lee Curtis, Donald Pleasence
Runtime: 91 minutes
Genre: Horror/Thriller
Jamie Lee Curtis, “Scream Queen” and the daughter of Janet Leigh (star of “Psycho”), was only 19 when she was cast in this film.
“Halloween is an absolutely merciless thriller, a movie so violent and scary that, yes, I would compare it to “Psycho” (1960). It’s a terrifying and creepy film about what one of the characters calls Evil Personified. Right.” – Roger Ebert, who gave it 4 stars

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