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After Stonewall: From the Riots to the Millennium

After Stonewall: From the Riots to the Millennium(1999)

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Chronicling the gay and lesbian experience since the Stonewall riots on June 27, 1969 in New York City. The film documents stories of transformation and liberation that led to the formation of lesbian and gay movements and communities which in turn have rigorously challenged prevailing social assump

Cast & Crew

John Scaglioti Director
Dorothy Allison Interviewee
Elizabeth Birch Interviewee
Michael Bronski Interviewee
Rita Mae Brown Interviewee
Charles Ching Interviewee
Barry Frank Interviewee
Barbara Gittings Interviewee
Jewelle Gomez Interviewee
Frank Kameny Interviewee
Armistead Maupin Interviewee
David Mixner Interviewee
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  • After Stonewall (1999)

    James Higgins 2010-04-15

    The archive footage in this doesn't have the fascination of "Before Stonewall", but this is a better documentary duo to more interesting... MORE>