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LA: A Queer History

Los Angeles lit the spark for the creative and activist movements of LGBT people around the world.

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LA: A Queer History

Overview

Genre
Cultural History, Lifestyle, Minorities, Culture, and Society
Synopsis

Once deemed “the most dangerous city west of the Santa Fe,” Los Angeles was the original ‘Wild West’. The incessant hankering of Americans to migrate west for profit and prosperity also brought with it people who had a strong desire to find a place where they had the freedom to be themselves.

L.A. A Queer History sheds light on a part of American history and historical figures who are largely unacknowledged and in turn, create a newfound dialogue about not only LGBTQ history but how our Gay and Lesbian brothers and sisters affected the world we live in today: creating a better understanding of the truly unique and utterly American culture of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender community.

Stage
in post-production
Running time
120 minutes

Credits

  • Mario J. Novoa ... Producer, Videographer, Editor, Production Sound
  • Gregorio Davila ... Producer, Director, Editor

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Film Bliss Studios
Country
United States
Years of Production
7
Locations
Los Angeles

Distribution Details

Release year
2020
Language
English

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