Created by and for trans, gender non-conforming, non-binary and allies from GAP’s SupaFriends LGBTQ media program, this thriller tells the story of how Brave, a racial justice activist and filmmaker, responds to the loss of his ex-girlfriend Kelly, a trans justice organizer, and grapples with his own guilt about hiding their relationship. This film tackles the epidemic of transphobic violence and the silence around the murders of trans women.
Join Our Fall Programs & Become a G.A.P. Youth Video Producer!
Global Action Project is currently accepting applications from youth aged 14-21 for our 2015-2016 youth media programs! As a G.A.P. Youth Video Producer you will learn how to tell stories, share opinions, grow your leadership, discuss the power of media in society, and work with a great group of other young people to make videos that will make an impact around issues that are important to you and your community.
Our youth media programs run once a week from November 2015 to June 2016. The programs are FREE and you don’t need any media experience to join. Travel costs and snacks are provided. Internship credit is also possible through your school. Applications are due October 30th, to Join: Apply online here today! Contact: [email protected] or call 212.594.9577
Come visit our open houses & meet the team:
Wednesday, October 28th, from 4-7pm*
Youth Breaking Borders- For immigrant and/or refugee youth to discuss issues that impact you and create movies for immigrant justice! Meets on Wednesdays, from the end of October to
Thursday, October 29th, from 4-7pm*
SupaFriends- For youth who identify as LGBTQ to discuss issues that impact you and create movies for LGBTQ justice! Meets once a week, from the end of October to June, 4-7pm
*Snacks and metrocards provided for all participants. Ask your school about internship credit!
All programs AND open house events take place at our office located at 130 W 25th St. between 6th and 7th avenues. The
closest trains are the F/M/1/R/N/C to the 23rd street stop.