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5 Films on Lgbt Lives to Celebrate Pride at Indiewire @ Hulu

21 June 2012 7:40 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

June is Lgbt Pride Month, and this weekend is the culmination of Pride events in NYC. Recognizing this, Indiewire's latest curated Documentaries page for Hulu presents five films exploring the diversity of the Lgbt experience. Watch all these docs for free now! "Out in Silence" After filmmakers Joe Wilson and Dean Hamer place their wedding announcement in Joe's rural hometown's newspaper, they inspire both a controversy and a desperate plea for help from a recently outed and now bullied teen. "Out in the Silence" follows the duo as they return to Oil City, Pa, to try to help the boy and find common ground with their opponents. "The Brandon Teena Story" Sadly, Brandon Teena didn't have this kind of support in rural Nebraska. In 1993, Teena - a female to male transgender - was discovered "passing" as a boy and murdered. Susan Muska and Greta Olafsdottir's "The Brandon Teena »

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