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    • Butler trailer

    • Gay and lesbian film festivals -- Connecticut; Short films; Animated films; Butlers
    • Trailer for the short animated film "Butler" written and directed by Erik Rosenlund. This film is the story of a butler who is caught in an unusual love triangle. "Butler" was shown at the 2006/19th Connecticut Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Film...
    • Dani and Alice trailer

    • Short films; Gay and lesbian film festivals -- Connecticut; Domestic violence -- Drama; Lesbian partner abuse
    • Trailer for the film Dani and Alice, written and directed by Roberta Marie Munroe, and includes performances by Yolonda Ross, Lisa Branch and Linda Husser. The film details the end of a violent relationship between the two women. The film was...
    • Last Full Show - Trailer

    • Gay and lesbian film festivals -- Connecticut; Short films; Motion pictures -- Philippines;
    • Trailer for the film "Last Full Show" directed by Mark V. Reyes and includes performances by Sugus Legaspi and Francis Villanueva. The film portrays a boy who learns about love in an underground cinema. This film was shown at the 2006/19th Ct. Gay...
    • Lover Other - Trailer

    • Gay and lesbian film festivals -- Connecticut; Lesbian activists;
    • Trailer for the film "Lover Other" directed and written by Barbara Hammer. The film is a docudrama about French artists and lovers Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore. The film was shown at the 2006/19th Ct. Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. The film...
    • Loving Annabelle Trailer

    • Gay and lesbian film festivals -- Connecticut; Catholic schools; Teacher-student relationships;
    • Trailer for the film "Loving Annabelle" directed by Katherine Brooks, and starring Erin Kelly, Diane Gaidry, and Laura Breckenridge. "Loving Annabelle" was shown at the 2006/19th Connecticut Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Film trailer produced by...
    • Odd Sock Trailer

    • Gay and lesbian film festivals -- Connecticut; Short films; Mothers;Lesbian mothers
    • Trailer for the film "Odd Sock", written by Carmel Winters and directed by Collette Cullen. The film also stars Darine Ní Dhonnchadha, Niall McCarthy and Clelia Murphy. "Odd Sock" is the story of a mother who is trying to tell her son a secret,...
    • Oral history interview with Anne Stanback and Charlotte Kinlock recorded on 2002 Nov. 15.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Social service -- Connecticut; Lobbying -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Love Makes a Family Foundation;
    • Interview conducted by Ryan Mancini and Chet Kozikowski. Anne Stanback and Charlotte Kinlock have been together since 1983. Both have worked in social work in some capacity for over 20 years. During the interview both discuss their experiences...
    • Oral history interview with Bert Kissling recorded on 2002 Nov. 1.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Homosexuality -- Religious aspects; Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective;
    • Interview conducted by Richard McHugh. Bert Kissling was the co-founder of the Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective. He was born and raised in suburban Chicago. He moved to Ct. in the 1970’s in order to pursue a degree in Yale’s...
    • Oral history interview with Canon Clinton Jones recorded on 2002 Nov. 4.

    • Transsexuals -- Counseling of -- Connecticut; Gender identity; XX Club (Hartford, Conn.); Homosexuality -- Religious aspects; George W. Henry Foundation;
    • Interview conducted by John Plotica and Isaac Miller Jr. The Reverend Canon Clinton Jones was born in 1916 in Brookfield, CT. He grew up in the Episcopal Church, but never thought about studying to be a minister until his 2nd year of college. He...
    • Oral history interview with Carol Gale recorded on 2002 Oct. 23

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Homosexuality -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Gay pride parades;
    • Interview conducted by Amanda Abbott. Carol Gale is a lesbian and feminist activist who was the chair of CT Pride. Gale was responsible for the gay Pride festival and parade in Hartford for the years 1982-1990. She describes how and why the...
    • Oral history interview with Carolyn Gabel recorded 2002 Nov. 1

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Feminism; Gay liberation movement -- Connecticut -- Hartford; Children -- United States -- 1950-1960; Lesbian activists;
    • Interview conducted by Kim Kliger. Carolyn Gabel is a lesbian and feminist activist. She has worked with the CT Stonewall Foundation, the CT Coalition for LGBT Civil rights, Democracy Works, and the CT Chapter of NARAL. She was also the...
    • Oral history interview with Christine Pattee recorded on 2002 Oct. 1.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Homosexuality -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Lobbying -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut;
    • Interview with Christine Pattee conducted by Becky Waters. Christine Pattee was a lesbian feminist activist and the first statewide lobbyist for gay rights. She played a vital role in the passage of the CT Civil Rights Bill of 1975, and the...
    • Oral history interview with Helen E. Brill recorded on 2002 Oct. 29.

    • Lobbying -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Quakers; Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gays; Jones, Clinton R.
    • Interview conducted by Noreen Dallaire. Helen Brill was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in 1914. She went to college in Southern California where she was introduced to the Quaker religion, which she describes as the strongest influence on her life and...
    • Oral history interview with James Hanley recorded on 2002 Nov. 5.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Film festivals; Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.). Cinestudio
    • Interview conducted by Jean-Paul Destruge. James Hanley grew up in London, England, and came to the United States to attend college. Although he was originally supposed to attend UCLA film school, a shortage of funds led him to attend Trinity...
    • Oral history interview with Jennifer Hadlock recorded on 2002 Nov. 1

    • Bisexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Connecticut Stonewall Foundation; Gay liberation movement -- Connecticut -- Hartford;
    • Interview conducted by Kristine Russell. Jennifer Hadlock has worked as a Bisexual activist in the Hartford area, is co-founder of Conn-Bi-Nation, and a member of the Stonewall Foundation. She decided to settle in the Hartford area after...
    • Oral history interview with John Bonelli recorded on 2002 Oct. 31.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Gay liberation movement -- Connecticut -- Hartford; Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective; AIDS (Disease); Civil rights -- Connecticut;
    • Interview conducted by Robert Massicotte. John Bonelli was born and raised in Hartford, Ct. He studied religion at Trinity College with the intention of becoming a Roman Catholic priest. However, he began to find that he disagreed with the...
    • Oral history interview with Keith Brown recorded on 2002 Oct. 29.

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Gay liberation movement -- Connecticut -- Hartford; George W. Henry Foundation; Jones, Clinton R.; Recumbent bicycles; Historical reenactments; AIDS (Disease) -- Patients -- Medical care --...
    • Interview conducted by Roxanne Gomes. Keith Brown was born in Hartford, CT and raised in Newington, CT. He works as a gay rights activist and hosts a weekly radio show on WWUH called “Gay Spirit”. He has written a book called the “Annals...
    • Oral history interview with Linda Estabrook recorded 2002 Nov. 5

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Social service -- Connecticut; Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective; Lesbian activists;
    • Interview conducted by Paula Mastan. Linda Estabrook is a lesbian and feminist activist who is the Executive director of the Hartford Gay and Lesbian Health Collective. She also founded the Queer Prom, in addition to volunteering for other...
    • Oral history interview with Loretta Wrobel recorded on 2002 Nov. 5

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; Social service -- Connecticut; Feminism;
    • Interview conducted by Linda Campbell. Loretta Wrobel was a lesbian and feminist activist who was involved in the establishment of the Hartford Women's Center, and continues to work as feminist therapist. Wrobel was born in Connecticut in 1954. ...
    • Oral history interview with Mel Thomas recorded 2002 Nov. 1

    • Homosexuality -- United States -- Personal narratives; African Americans -- Race identity; Gays -- United States -- Identity;
    • Interview conducted by S. Essilfe. Mel Thomas grew up in the Hartford area. He is known for being an activist for the gay African American community. He established organizations such as Kwanzaa and Brothers for Brothers, which gave support for...

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