WORLD PREMIERE Seeking to uncover the origins of the rabid homophobia of the conservative church, a gay seminary scholar and a straight activist make a shocking discovery: In 1946 an erroneous translation of the term “homosexual” in the Bible that has been weaponized against the LGBTQIA+ community ever since. Director Rocky Roggio uses her own complicated history as the queer daughter of a minister as a point of departure to bring us this fascinating personal investigation. – Karen McMullen
The first screening will be followed by a Q&A with Rocky Roggio, Jena Serbu, executive producers Daniel Karslake, Sabrina Merage Naim, Todd Silver, Teresa Silver, co-producer/cinematographer Tyler Eichorst, editor/writer Jill Woodward, cinematographer/post-production supervisor Collier Landry, subjects Kathy Baldock, Ed Oxford, film composer Mary Lambert.
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