Gene Robinson Doc at OTCFF

Love Free or Die @ The 2012 Out Twin Cities Film Festival
Friday, June 1, 2012
5:00pm until 7:00pm
St. Anthony Main Theatre
115 Main Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414

"Winner of Special Jury Prize and nominee for Grand Jury Prize (Documentary) at 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

Gene Robinson, the first openly gay person to become a bishop, will have his story told.

Macky Alston, the director, will be in the Twin Cities to present Love Free or Die at the 2012 Out Twin Cities Film Festival.

Christendom has a new ally, or as some would say, he is the enemy.

Since the consecration of Bishop Gene Robinson (To which he wore a bullet proof vest), he has been under scrutiny by the public and certainly by many of his peers within the religious ideologies and traditionalists of the church. He has received death threats and has lived under this fear for years, all because he stands for equality, In the church and in the United State's laws!

Gene Robinson's defining passions are in direct conflict: His love of God and the love of his partner Mark.

Macky Alston offers the viewer a beautifully crafted cinematic presentation and a voyeuristic interaction with Bishop Gene Robinson and his life as an activist, his work in the church and at home with his partner Mark and their family.

Macky Alston will be here in the Twin Cities in person for a Q & A following the screening. Rev. Kevin Downer, from All God's Children (MCC) will be the guest moderator: http://agcmcc.org/"

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Love Free or Die, Official Trailer (2011) from Auburn Seminary on Vimeo.
The official trailer for the Sundance award-winning film, Love Free or Die, which tells the story of Bishop Gene Robinson, the first openly gay person to become a bishop in the historic traditions of Christendom. Visit www.lovefreeordiemovie.com for upcoming screenings in your area and learn how to get involved in the action campaign for marriage equality.
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