In the News: The Latest on ITVS Programs

Posted on June 8, 2009

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"[In the] PBS documentary ASK NOT, we meet ‘Perry,’ a young gay man from San Francisco who has enlisted in the Army and is bound for Iraq. His face is blurred to protect his identity, but his friends' faces are clear. They look scared—and perplexed: why is Perry risking his life for an Army that doesn't want him as he is?" Read full review >>

"ASK NOT looks at the history of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' and examines its ramifications for gay and lesbian individuals and for the military itself." Read more [PDF] >>

"We have a special place in our heart for Independent Lens, so when they included us on their interactive Art House Theater Map, we were gushing with pride! And then we read the accompanying article, and I have to honestly say, it hit home so hard that I was a wee bit emotional by the end..." Read more >>

Forum on Social Change Chair and IOMBA degree candidate Patrick Huber discusses ITVS’s involvement with the Geneva Forum on Social Change (GFSC). Read more >>

"[SEA POINT DAYS] paints a deeply reflective picture of old white South Africa in transition and the frictions of a society in flux." Read full review >>


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