- Contemporary Issues, Human Rights, Social Issues, Human Interest, and Minorities
Out of Respect follows five LGBT young adults overcoming the repercussions of family neglect and abandonment. The story spans one year, including first-person video diaries and intimate interviews about the day-to-day hustles of survival. The documentary focuses on prevention by highlighting a recent Milwaukee-based, LGBT youth-service initiative. This “outreach in action” has become a model for other cities and at-risk youth organizations.
- Running time
- 70 minutes
- Tess Bergeson-Gallun ... Director, Producer, Writer, Editor
- Prod. Co.
- Root River Films
- United States
- Years of Production
- 2009 - 2012
- Milwaukee, WI.
- Prod. Partners
- UW-Milwaukee J-Doc Students, Cream City foundation
- Release year
- FILM PREMIERE Lubar Auditorium, Milwaukee Art Museum 2.24.2011. SCREENINGS Diversity & Climate Inclusive Excellence Conferenc
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