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Out for the long run

[Place of publication not identified] : Tragoidia Moving Pictures, ©2010

1 videodisc (77 minutes) :.

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The film’s focus is on a handful of openly gay high school and college athletes as they navigate the turbulent waters of their uncertain world. Utilizing footage shot by our cameras and video diaries kept throughout the year, we will show the world a new generation of courage in what could be the most homophobic place on a high school campus: the locker room. At a time where young gay men and women are literally being bullied to death, this film’s poignant message is, there is hope. This film will bring to light stories of triumph and tragedy when young people are forced to follow their passion for sports with the handicap of social stigma dogging their every step. We’ll also take a look at how the atmosphere for young people in high school has changed both for the good, and not so good. Current openly gay professional and collegiate athletes will help us round out the picture of what these amazing young men and women are up against physically and emotionally as they excel in their chosen sports.

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Control No:

14517

Title:

Out for the long run / Tragoidia Moving Pictures in association with Imaginaut Entertainment presents a Scott Bloom film.

Physical:

1 videodisc (77 minutes) :.

ContentType:

two dimensional moving image rdacontent

MediaType:

video rdamedia

CarrierType:

videodisc rdacarrier

Summary:

The film’s focus is on a handful of openly gay high school and college athletes as they navigate the turbulent waters of their uncertain world. Utilizing footage shot by our cameras and video diaries kept throughout the year, we will show the world a new generation of courage in what could be the most homophobic place on a high school campus: the locker room. At a time where young gay men and women are literally being bullied to death, this film’s poignant message is, there is hope. This film will bring to light stories of triumph and tragedy when young people are forced to follow their passion for sports with the handicap of social stigma dogging their every step. We’ll also take a look at how the atmosphere for young people in high school has changed both for the good, and not so good. Current openly gay professional and collegiate athletes will help us round out the picture of what these amazing young men and women are up against physically and emotionally as they excel in their chosen sports.

Technical:

DVD.

Subject:

Homophobia--Drama

Subject:

Gay athletes--Drama

Subject:

Documentaries.

AE:PersName:

Bloom, Scott, director.

Cataloger:

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