As you may know, I’m in a new documentary called “Disciples.” It is now online and I’m posting here. It is a powerful film and I’m honored that I was able to be a part of it.
From the website:
“Disciples” explores the lives of three openly-gay ex-Mormons who all left the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in pursuit of equality, sometimes at great personal cost. The film documents the unique experiences and challenges that gay men face in a religion that places a premium on so-called “traditional marriage.” The Mormon church, through its staunch support of Proposition 8 — California’s gay marriage ban — has demonstrated its inability to help gay mormons bridge the gap between their sexual identity and their belief system.
JMC437 Films presents
A production of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Executive Produced by John Booth
Produced by Desiree Salazar
Shot and edited by Alexander Rosen
Directed by Jordan Currier