The second film in the "Outspoken" series tells the story of Philip, Alberto, who are deeply committed to their faith, their church, and their daughter Dalia, whom they are raising Adventist in the same church where Philip grew up.
Our sixth film in the Outspoken short documentary series, features Keisha McKenzie, who grew up in the U.K. and Jamaica. She came out as bisexual to her Adventist family in her 20s which she describes (with typical British understatement) as a personal disclosure that resulted in “pushback, to say the least” from her family. She describes her struggle to deal with that rejection and in turn find heathy, mutual, and authentic spiritual community, which she still finds a thing worth working hard for because “we all need our people".
The fourth film in the "Outspoken" series tells the story of Camilo Nazar, a queer film student at Pacific Union College who wants to change the way LGBT people are represented in movies and on campus.
The first film in the new "Outspoken" series tells the story of Yeshara, who describes herself as a "home-schooled, vegetarian, Adventist pastor's kid". Realizing she was queer in such a setting deeply shook her to her core, yet she's found her way to share her faith, her music, and her authentic self in her local church.
Our fifth film in the "Outspoken" series features Rhonda, a transgender woman who spent decades in turmoil because she'd always felt female, even though she was raised as a boy and tried hard to act male, even joining the U.S. Army during the Vietnam era, partly because she hoped the Army would "make a man out of me." When she finally fully came out of the closet and transitioned in her 60's, she found belonging in one of the most unlikely of places -- an Adventist church where she's an integral part of the community.
Providing community and advocacy for LGBTIQ individuals with a Seventh-day Adventist connection, their families, and those who support them because of this important truth—everyone is created in the image of God.