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All About VITO: Jeffrey Schwarz (AUDIO)

By Charlotte Robinson, July 22, 2012
We interviewed Jeffrey last May when he screened VITO at the Boston LGBT Film Festival. Schwartz talked about his new documentary VITO & LGBT Issues.
Listen to Exclusive Audio Interview:

VITO will be making its TV debut on HBO on July 23rd at 9p EST. VITO. Vito Russo was a founding member of three pivotal gay rights groups starting with the Gay Activists Alliance in the early 1970s. Russo was also a key voice in the creation of both Act Up the AIDS activist group credited with revolutionizing the federal approval process for new drugs & the influential media watchdog the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. The Vito Russo Award is named in his memory at the GLAAD Media Awards each year & is presented to an openly gay or lesbian member of the media community for their outstanding contribution in combating homophobia. Russo also wrote the groundbreaking book The Celluloid Closet in 1981 that was later turned into the documentary of the same name that brought attention to how our LGBT community had been censored & depicted in unacceptable cruel stereotypes since the beginning of film. Vito Russo died way too early of AIDS in 1990 at the age 44. VITO is an important documentary that everyone in the LGBT & the heterosexual community should see.
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