Film Screening: Love Is All You Need? (2016)

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Film Screening: Love Is All You Need? (2016)
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Film Screening: Love Is All You Need? (2016) says
Love Is All You Need? (2016) is a Romeo and Juliet story set in a world where homosexuality is considered normal, heterosexuality is taboo, and heterophobia runs rampant. The film has won numerous festival awards across the world and is based on the 19 minute short film of the same name, which went viral in 2014 garnering over 40 million views.

LIAYN is an anti-hate - pro human rights film that is touring the country to promote open dialogue around bullying, anti-hate and the misuse of religion to inspire hate. LIAYN is partnering with non-profits in every city where the film is screened and the proceeds of the screenings go to the Matthew Shepard Foundation. Here’s a link to our tour launch video:

https://youtu.be/jNk5NLknisA

The screening will be at 7pm. Tickets are $10, available online at the Eventbrite link below, or at the door. The movie is 2 hours long, followed by a 30 min Q&A with the director, K Rocco Shields, the writer, David Tillman and The Reverend Dr. Betty Deas Clark, a pastor in the African Methodist Episcopal Church who served Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC in the aftermath of the 2015 shooting massacre. Clark was the first woman appointed as pastor to Mother Emanuel and is an advocate against violence and discrimination in the Church.
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