Cast: the Baez Febos, the McBrides, the Porchers, The Robertsons
In this vital, authentic follow-up to Outfest Documentary Prize winner For the Bible Tells Me So, filmmaker Daniel Karslake returns a decade later to the religious right, embittered by the Supreme Court’s Obergefell decision and emboldened by the rise of Trump. Following four families of faith as they journey to accept their LGBTQ children, while their community continues to persecute the flock from within, these stories balance the heartbreaking — and inspirational — costs of freedom.
Daniel Karslake is an award-winning American director and producer, whose work deals with social justice issues. Karslake’s most recent feature, For They Know Not What They Do, is a follow-up to his acclaimed debut film, For the Bible Tells Me So, which premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, won the Outfest Audience Award, and was short-listed for a 2008 Academy Award. Karslake, who lives in Berlin, Germany, with his husband and two cats, is a proud member of the Director’s Guild of America and is in pre-production for his next feature, Hitler’s Man in Hollywood.