Notwithstanding the current political climate , LGBTQ youth today experience more violence, hatred, and bullying than at any time in the last 20 years (RTI International 2017 Survey). Recent civic victories have not reached all millennials. The LGBTQ feature film, CUBBY, exposes this modern queer experience underrepresented in American cinema. Using dark humor, metaphor, and the beauty of 16-mm film, this creative work by the young co-writer of the acclaimed documentary THE DEATH & LIFE OF MARSHA P. JOHNSON engenders dialogue about the everyday coming out struggles and mental health challenges unique to LGBTQ people ages 20-35.
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Notwithstanding the current political climate , LGBTQ youth today experience more violence, hatred, and bullying than at any time in the last 20 years (RTI International 2017 Survey). Recent civic victories have not reached all millennials. The LGBTQ feature film, CUBBY, exposes this modern queer experience underrepresented in American cinema. Using dark humor, metaphor, and the beauty of 16-mm film, this creative work by the young co-writer of the acclaimed documentary THE DEATH & LIFE OF MARSHA P. JOHNSON engenders dialogue about the everyday coming out struggles and mental health challenges unique to LGBTQ people ages 20-35.