Frameline’s LGBT Festival Presents: Love Free or Die

Posted on June 15, 2012

Macky Alston’s documentary on the first openly gay bishop Gene Robinson will screen Sunday, June 17 at 4:30pm PT at the Castro Theatre as part of the Frameline San Francisco LGBT Film Festival.

 

BTB caught up with Alston this past January at the Sundance Film Festival — where his documentary played before mass at St. Luke’s Church in Park City. See our wrap report from the event, below… 

 

dditional screenings for Love Free or Die can be found on the film’s website.  Love Free or Die is an ITVS-funded film slated for broadcast next season on Independent Lens.

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