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Title Change [electronic resource] / by Melissa Osborne and Jeff McCutcheon.

Published San Francisco, CA : Frameline, 2010.

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Physical description 1 online resource (23 min.).
Series LGBT studies in video
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed Jul. 14, 2014).
Summary An African-American teenager grapples with his sexual identity on the night Barack Obama is elected President and Proposition 8--the California voter initiative to eliminate same-sex marriage--is passed. When one of Jamie's friend group initiates the bullying of an openly gay classmate, Jamie uses his wits to try and prevent it, but when things don't go the way he predicted, he is forced to face his fears head on. Winner of the Audience Award for Best Short Film at Frameline35: The San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival, CHANGE is a poetic and moving film which deftly examines one young man's internal identity struggles within the context of the modern movement for LGBT rights, and a high school experience fraught with peer pressure.
Other formats Previously released as DVD.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2014. (LGBT Studies in Video). Available via World Wide Web.
Language notes This edition in English.
Notes Won 2011 Action on Film International Film Festival, USA, Best LGBT Project; Nominated 2011 Athens International Film and Video Festival, Ohio, USA, Best Short Film; Won 2011 San Diego Black Film Festival, Best LGBT; Won 2011 Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, Best Short Film; Won 2011 Toronto Inside Out Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival. Best Short Film
Other author Osborne, Melissa. Director.
McCutcheon, Jeff. Director.
Subject Bullying in schools -- Drama.
Gay teenagers -- Drama.
African American teenagers -- Drama.
Short films.