Screening on Saturday, 10/19, at 7:30 pm.
2013 | 30 minutes | U.S.
New York Premiere | Director in Attendance
This story of Jonathon, a vibrant 18-year-old sinking under the weight of his lot in life, distills the trials of a segment of queer youth in America. Homeless, bullied, and failing out of high school, Jonathan seems about to find stability when a GLBT host program matches him with a middle-class family. Struggling to adjust after a lifetime of homophobia and poverty, he’s ultimately redeemed by the love of his chosen family and friends.
This screening will be followed by a Q&A moderated by Steve Mendelsohn, co-president of NewFest and deputy director of The Trevor Project.
Co-presented by NewFest and The Trevor Project
Plays with A Self-Made Man
October 18, 2014 - October 20, 2014
The Margaret Mead Film Festival invites you to spend a whole afternoon in the park… without leaving the Museum.