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Please Watch: An Important Message from Harvey Milk

Hope

Check out this clip created by Dave O'Brien of CauseCast, who helped create the 'In the Moment' AIDS prevention soap episodes for the L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center which I featured earlier this year.

It's a graphic message based on a famous quote by Harvey Milk. Malak Quota and Brandon Buck did the animation and Michael Cheever did the music.

Watch it, AFTER THE JUMP...

In related news, the SF Chronicle has just published a huge gallery of Harvey Milk images from its collection.

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  1. Really well done.

    Posted by: BusyTimmy | Oct 22, 2008 11:04:02 AM


  2. Amazing and wonderful, thanks so much!

    Posted by: Mark | Oct 22, 2008 11:09:37 AM


  3. Amazing and wonderful, thanks so much!

    Posted by: Mark | Oct 22, 2008 11:09:59 AM


  4. Amazing and wonderful, thanks so much!

    Posted by: Mark | Oct 22, 2008 11:10:14 AM


  5. I am going to be an absolute mess at this movie.

    Can't wait.

    Posted by: freddy | Oct 22, 2008 11:27:17 AM


  6. I'm not sure life is not worth living without hope. Hope for what? It's like romantics who say life without love is not worth living. Really?

    Posted by: anon | Oct 22, 2008 12:12:27 PM


  7. yes, ANON, really.

    or, are you trying to get all existential on us?

    Posted by: nic | Oct 22, 2008 12:45:42 PM


  8. Anon, why did you even post that? Do you think you have contributed anything worthwhile with that?

    Posted by: Stick | Oct 22, 2008 1:54:52 PM


  9. Awesome! And I can't wait for this film!!

    Posted by: gabriel | Oct 22, 2008 2:56:22 PM


  10. NB: tho not his fault, the caption on one of the "SF Chronicle" pictures that Andy linked to is wrong. "People gathered in the Castro District of San Francisco to protest the voluntary manslaughter conviction of Dan White on May 22, 1979. Hours later, the group rioted at City Hall."

    It wasn't taken before the riot but the next night at a pre-planned "birthday party" for the late Milk. No one knew exactly when the verdict would be announced...and, even in SF, you can't legally close Castro Street and erect a ballooned stage within minutes...so all they could do was pre-post flyers all around asking people to gather at City Hall after whenever it was announced [and regardless of what it was].

    After the riot [which made Stonewall look like a children's fake tea party], officials were petrified that the party would reignite the rage and their were riot cops hidden nearby.

    Looking forward to seeing how the movie dramatizes both events which I experienced. But sad that the paper could get it wrong.

    Posted by: Michael Bedwell | Oct 22, 2008 5:54:33 PM


  11. visionary!.....we've come so far but don't forget some people will take it away if given the chance....Take action and don't stop

    Posted by: John Normile | Oct 23, 2008 9:01:39 AM


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