David Gibbs

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The Sex Temple

A winning little film that walks a fine line between fiction and documentary.

Broken Heart Land

Recommended for anyone interested in issues of diversity and LGBT rights, especially as seen from a parent's perspective.

The Battle of amfAR

A fascinating look at the ways celebrity, wealth, and connection can be put to use in the service of social change. Recommended for all audiences.

The Pearl of Africa

While the subject matter is worthy and deserving of attention, this film feels more like an undercooked debut project than a fully realized documentary.

Mala Mala: A Transformative Documentary

Recommended only for the most comprehensive gender studies collections.

Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine

Recommended for all libraries and viewers interested in issues of tolerance and diversity.

Gaming in Color

Gay gamers will enjoy hearing their experiences voiced; straight gamers will better appreciate what has been missing from gaming culture; and nongamers will come away with a better understanding of what all the fuss is about.

Limited Partnership

A moving film that personalizes the decades-long fight for marriage equality while providing solid historical background on how it was finally achieved. The film was released prior to the Supreme Court's historic 2015 Obergefell v. Hodges ruling that would definitively grant same-sex couples full marriage equality. Recommended for classroom use and for school and academic library collections.

After the Fall: HIV Grows Up

A sobering but inspiring account of a senseless tragedy, this testament to the power of love and acceptance is recommended for classroom use and school and academic libraries.

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