I learned this week that the Southern Utah International Documentary Film Festival DOCUTAH sponsored a special screening of Time Dances On in St. George, UT on June 26th to celebrate the supreme court's decisions on the constitutionality of DOMA.
The documentary about my dad's journey to coming out as a gay man was screened at the 2012 DOCUTAH film festival, and I was so happy to learn that the festival is still using the film to raise awareness about and acceptance of untraditional families.
I'm also very excited to meet the festival's organizers and thank them for their hard work this fall, when I head to St. George to participate in filmmaker events surrounding the screening of A Space for Music, A Seat for Everyone on September 4, 2013 at the 2013 DOCUTAH festival!
The St. George News wrote a lovely article on the June 26th screening, including event attendees responses to the supreme court ruling. The full text from the article continues after the break:
The Hill Auditorium documentary A Space for Music, A Seat for Everyone was accepted into it's first film festival today!
It will screen in New York City during the 2013 NYC Independent Film Festival from October 18-20.
If you're a University of Michigan alum living in NYC, I hope to see you at the screening this fall!