Black Filmmakers On Trayvon Martin
BY Michelle Garcia
March 29 2012 5:00 PM ET
The death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin has been the subject of much conversation across the country for the past month, including guests of the Outfest Fusion film festival highlighting the work of LGBT people of color.
NoMoreDownLow.TV talked to Outfest Fusion programmer Jennifer De Clue, director Lee Daniels and Noah’s Arc creator Patrik-Ian Polk and several others talked about Martin's death and the backlash behind it.
Watch the clip, and the speeches from the event honoring Polk below:
- Artist Spotlight: Czanara
- Hot Sheet: Guardians and Go-Go Boys
- Michelle Duggar Gets Verdict In Her Quest Against LGBT Ordinance in Ark.
- Michael Lannan's Looking Is More Than Gay Sex and the City
- 10 Mushy Moments With Brittney Griner And Glory Johnson
- Op-ed: In Mass. Politics, Love Now Dares to Speak Its Name