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Documentary film on Bishop Gene Robinson to be featured at Sundance Film Festival

Documentary film on Bishop Gene Robinson to be featured at Sundance Film Festival

Macky Alston’s documenatry film on Bishop Gene Robinson will be on the competition lineup at the 2012 Sundance FIlm Festival.


The film is entitled Love Free or Die: How the Bishop of New Hampshire is Changing the World.

The developmental link to the movie, via the Hartley Film Foundation is here.

The movie can be followed on Twitter and Facebook.

Love Free or Die on Facebook

Love Free or Die on Twitter

The full list of the entries with descriptions can be found here.

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