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Just Announced: The 2014-2015 film release for Youth In Motion is Visibility Through Activism: The Legacy of Vito Russo, scheduled for release in January. Register now to receive this DVD!
Youth in Motion’s 2013-2014 DVD release, titled Insights: Queer Youth Defining Our Future, includes short films representing a range of LGBT youth experiences—from authentic self-expression to classmate crushes to films that delve into the dangers of bullying. Register today!
In addition, Youth in Motion's previous eight DVDs — five of which are compilations — cover a diverse range of subjects relating to LGBTQ history, culture, and politics. Each DVD is accompanied by Curriculum & Action Guides which provide great starting points for discussion in classrooms, assemblies, and community events, and they also offer ideas and inspiration for taking action!
Previous collections available through Frameline Distribution for $25
K-12 GSAs can purchase previous collections for greatly reduced price of $25 each. Click on the title below for more information on each film collection.
Previous collections available through other distributors
Diagnosing Difference is a feature-length documentary featuring interviews with 13 diverse scholars, activists, and artists who identify on the trans spectrum (transgender, transsexual, genderqueer, and gender variant) about the impact and implications of the Gender Identity Disorder (GID) on their lives and communities. Rather than trying to create an exhaustive examination of the diagnosis or offer claims of universal representation, Diagnosing Difference is purposefully personal, seeking to provoke thought and ask as many questions as it answers. This film will help teachers and students understand the complicated relationship between transgender individuals, the medical community, and personal experiences.
Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin
Brother Outsider illuminates the life and work of Bayard Rustin, a visionary activist and strategist who has been called "the unknown hero" of the civil rights movement. A tireless crusader for justice, a disciple of Gandhi, a mentor to Martin Luther King Jr., and the architect of the legendary 1963 March on Washington, Rustin dared to live as an openly gay man during the fiercely homophobic 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Brother Outsider reveals the price that Rustin paid for this openness, chronicling both the triumphs and setbacks of his remarkable 60-year career.
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