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Tag: gay motion picture producers and directors

Host: Katherine Linton.  Featured guests: John Schlesinger, Rick McKay, Johnny Symons, Barbara Anderson, Brad Newcombe.

Summary: The final episode of the fourth season focuses on gay documentary cinema. Films profiled include It's Elementary, Both of My Moms' Names are Judy, All God's Children and Lifetime Surviving AIDS. The episode also spotlights openly gay directors John Schlesinger and Rick McKay. A showcase of the winners of In the Life's short film and video festival includes No Regrets and Johnny Symon's Shaving the Castro. Clips from previous episodes are re-aired, covering activism in Cuba, the NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) conference, Ciprian Cucu, and gay Native Americans in modern and pre-Columbian times. A profile of the movie, Stonewall, includes interviews with the cast and crew. Patrick Swayze provides the episode's celebrity ID.

Host: Katherine Linton.

Summary: The final episode of the sixth season begins with coverage of gay and lesbian film festivals in New York and San Francisco. Three documentaries about aging, Beauty before Age, Some Ground to Stand On, and Rules of the Game, are then profiled, followed by a spotlight on It's Elementary, a documentary about the reactions of school children to discussions about gays and lesbians. A look at international gay filmmakers contains excerpts from African, Indian and Chinese films. A segment about the In the Life Film Festival winners showcases Good Night I Love You and Love and Dinner.

Note: Some audio content removed due to copyright restrictions.
50:12 - 52:12:  Bob Marley, "Stir It Up."
53:21 - 53:53:  Angélique Kidjo, "Malaika."

Host: Lesley Gore.  Featured guests: Dan Jinks, Bruce Cohen, Lisa Moore, Juan Carlos Zaldívar, Billie Jean King, Harvey Fierstein, André De Shields, Paris Barclay, Lisa Leslie.

Summary: The episode begins with a segment about funding issues surrounding HIV/AIDS prevention and LGBT organizations. In the next segment, Hollywood producers Dan Jinks and Bruce Cohen discuss being out in Hollywood, followed by a spotlight on publisher Lisa Moore. The Real to Reel segment is about Juan Carlos Zaldívar's documentary, 90 Miles. Next is a profile of Billie Jean King. Harvey Fierstein's Out Takes segment is titled "Negative Role Models. André De Shields and Paris Barclay provide historical PSAs during the episode, and Lisa Leslie provides the Celebrity ID,

Note: Some audio content removed due to copyright restrictions.
54:10 - 55:57: Lesley Gore, "It's My Party"

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