1. A Band Apart Dramatic Trailer


    from A Band Apart Miniseries / Added

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    Set in the school year 2016/2017, A Band Apart follows the complex lives and relationships of fifteen teenagers as the threat of political turmoil looms and a new president takes office. Grace X. Oliver: Writer, Director, Creator, Executive Producer, Editor, Cinematographer, Sound, Props Sam Callan: Director, Executive Producer, Cinematographer, Script Supervisor, Sound, Props Gabi Bailey: Hair & Makeup, Sound, Set Design, Script Supervisor Dan Ginavan with LightLyre Studios: Executive Producer Henry Raak: Editor Moira Loder: Editor/Labeling Chloe Scott: Sound/Equipment/2nd AD Alex Wendt: Script Editor Aaryn Wertz: Choreographer, Featured dancer Gabriel Allen: Sound Megan Wessel: Sound

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    • All Families Matter!... Estes/Kelley


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      Sophia Estes and Vickie Kelley share what being a family means to them For more information about CAR's work, please visit us! www.ArtisticRevolution.org

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      • Alone Together


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        Alone Together documents Dutes Miller and Stan Shellabarger performing Seed Drawings and Sewn Together on the Illinois State University campus, January 18 and 19, 2011. Their performances were held in conjunction with an exhibition of the artists' recent works at I.S.U.'s University Galleries: "Miller & Shellabarger: Alone Together" (January 11-February 13, 2011). Seed Drawings involves the performative act of using bird seed to outline the perimeters of each artist's body to create overlapping illustrations of human presence / absence. Sewn Together details the artists stitching themselves together from shirt collar to trouser hem, then cutting the seams apart, evoking both cooperative harmony and separational discord. This project has been supported by MECCPAC, a Dean of Students Office Diversity Initiative and Theatre of Ted at Illinois State University. The artists are represented jointly and individually by Western Exhibitions in Chicago.

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        • A Message from the Creators


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          KICKSTARTER LINK: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1337129622/into-girls-webseries Faulkner and Jin say Hi and answer some questions. Shot by the wonderful Elena de Santiago Olivia's Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/dear-darlin Cory's Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/coryj0 Website: http://thefourth-wave.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IntoGirls Twitter: https://twitter.com/IntoGirlsSeries Tumblr: http://intogirlswebseries.tumblr.com/ Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/IntoGirlsWebseries

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          • 7-1-12am LIVING LIKE KINGS


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            MATTHEW 6:25-34 God's people must have focus and priorities. What ought they be? What is at stake when we fail to walk as we should? Does every little transgression result in our once again being losy? Pastor Charles answers all these questions in this morning's message, and more!

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            • 2012 Annual Kessler Lecture: Acceptance at What Price? The Gay Movement Reconsidered (Martin Duberman)


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              Acceptance at What Price? The Gay Movement Reconsidered Martin Duberman, award-winning historian, playwright, author and the founder and first Executive Director of CLAGS will be giving the annual Kessler Lecture on December 5. The Kessler award is given to a scholar who has, over a number of years, produced a substantive body of work that has had a significant influence of the field of GLBTQ Studies. It is especially appropriate that Martin Duberman, Distinguished Professor of History Emeritus at CUNY a nd the founder of CLAGS should give the twentieth Kessler Lecture to mark the recognition of its first twenty years in 2011 and the initiation of its second score in 2012. Duberman will assess where the GLBTQ movement is today – what it has achieved and at what cost? Martin Duberman is the author of more than twenty books among them, important historical works such as Black Mountain: An Exploration of Community, About Time: Exploring the Gay and Lesbian Past, Paul Robson, Stonewall and The Worlds of Lincoln Kirstein as well as three memoirs on his life as a politically active gay man, and the prize-winning off-Broadway play, In White America. His most recent book is a biography of the radical historian Howard Zinn. He has won many honors and awards such as the Bancroft Prize for his biography of Charles Francis Adams, two Lambda Literary Awards, the American Historical Associations Lifetime Achievement Award, The Whitehead Award for Lifetime Achievement in Non-Fiction. In May 2012, Amherst College awarded Duberman an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters. Professor Duberman will be introduced by Blanche Wiesen Cook, Distinguished Professor of History at John Jay College, CUNY and Marcia Gallo, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Cook is the author a two-volume biography of Eleanor Roosevelt and the Declassified Eisenhower: A Divided Legacy of Peace and Political Warfare. Her biography of Roosevelt sparked controversy when she revealed that Roosevelt had had a lesbian affair with reporter Lorena Hickok. Gallo received her doctorate in history from CUNY and is the author of Different Daughters: A History of the Daughters of Bilitis and the Rise of the Lesbian Rights Movement which won the 2006 Lambda Book Award. “Radicals still don’t accept that institutions currently structured are in any sense universal or maximally indicate human needs…Being allowed ‘in’ to mainstream culture is not the goal that we originally aimed at. It wasn’t that we wanted to become accepted members of established institutions; it was rather that we wanted to change the institutions.” —Duberman, 2012 The event takes place in the Proshansky Auditorium, CUNY Graduate Center (Concourse Level), 365 Fifth Ave.

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              • A Place of My Own


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                Joseph is a young boy caught between his conservative mother's scrutiny and his own desire to dress in girls' clothes. This divide erects irreversible barriers between his mother and himself.

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                • Ask a Grown Woman: Cameron Esposito


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                  "My gender is 'fighter pilot'!" Plus truisms about vaginas, love, and standup comedy.

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                  • 1-29-12 "At All Times"


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                    A simple word of exhortation from the pastor on the need for the people of God to live a life of worship and constant communication with the Lord. Our relationship with the Lord and our praise ought to be "at all times" and not merely based upon "what has He done for me lately?"

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                    • Bear Bingo


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                      The Bears Of The West play Bingo for charity in a Phoenix dive bar. Filmed, Edited, and Directed by Jordan Currier for Four37 Productions

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