A Christmas party at a Southern grandmother’s home turns into an unexpected and tense coming out story in this heartwarming 2002 documentary that spans several generations.
Reviews and Awards
Best Documentary Short, Downstream International Film Festival
Second Prize, Best Documentary Short, Oregon Queer Film Festival
Honorable Mention, Best Documentary Short, Chicago Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
“Gays whose families are less accepting should be moved.Those who've been afraid to come out to their families may be empowered to do so. Many viewers will connect emotionally with Southern Family and love it unconditionally.” —Southern Voice