You are invited to a private screening of SEVENTH-GAY ADVENTISTS at the Palm Springs Camelot Theatre on Thursday night, March 22nd. We're looking for your thoughts and feedback as we begin entering into the distribution phase of this film.
SEVENTH-GAY ADVENTISTS is a character-driven documentary about faith on the margins set in the context of the fastest growing Christian denomination in the United States (according to a May 2011 USA Today article), and it's one of the fastest growing Protestant churches worldwide with a worldwide population of nearly 20 million members. The film follows three gay and lesbian Seventh-day Adventists as they wrestle with how to reconcile their sexual orientation and their deeply held faith, and it explores what it means to belong when you find yourself on the margins.
This is a time of change for every church in America where the tide of public opinion is changing. How to integrate faith and sexuality is one of our issues today. And for our test viewers who aren't religious but just love documentaries that let them experience a piece of the world they never otherwise would know, SEVENTH-GAY ADVENTISTS is a fascinating identity film that we all get at some level because the desire to belong and to be known is such a powerful human experience.
Please join us for a private screening and discussion. This screening is free (donations to help cover costs will be accepted).
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
We should have plenty of room, so your guests are welcome. The theater has a great cafe where you can eat ahead of time.