Here are a couple interesting brief clips providing a look into panels that took place at the Sundance film festival this year. The festival’s Queer Lounge sponsored the event, at which LGBT (and LGBT-friendly) directors, actors and clergy came together to discuss the gay community’s relationship with Evangelical Christians.
The wonderful Judith Light, who appears in the film Save Me with Robert Gant, makes an appearance, as do the Gephardts, and Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson. There are also folks from the films For the Bible Tells Me So and Trembling Before God. The idea of using film as a compassionate approach to bridging the ideological gap between gays and various faiths is the main gist here.