John Scagliotti is an Emmy Award-winning American film director and producer, and radio broadcaster. He has received honors for his work on documentaries about LGBT issues including and Before Stonewall . After Stonewall
Biography [ edit ]
During the 1970s, Scagliotti was the News and Public Affairs Director of
WBCN-FM in Boston. For his work in radio, he was awarded two Major Armstrong Awards. In the early 1980s, Scagliotti attended [1 ] New York University Film School. He created [2 ] for In the Life PBS. This was the United States' first gay and lesbian national series. The Scagliotti-produced 1985 documentary film [3 ] won the Audience Award at Before Stonewall L.A. Outfest and two Emmy Awards. [1 ] Scagliotti directed a companion piece, [4 ] . The film won a Golden Eagle and the Audience Award at the After Stonewall Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Scagliotti is openly gay. [1 ] His [2 ] partner for 24 years was the late journalist Andrew Kopkind. Together they produced the radio show [5 ] The Lavender Hour. [6 ]
Filmography [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b c "Dangerous Living — The Filmmakers". After Stonewall Productions. 2003. Archived from the original on January 20, 2008 . Retrieved . February 3, 2008
^ a b Scagliotti, John (March 3, 2006). "Why Are There No Real Gays in "Brokeback Mountain"?". CounterPunch . Retrieved . February 3, 2008
^ Lichtenstein Creative Media. . Lichtenstein Creative Media. p. 13. Bullying ISBN 1-932479-29-5.
^ "Awards for John Scagliotti". Internet Movie Database . Retrieved . February 3, 2008
^ O' Connor, John J. (February 28, 1995). "Gay Show Broadens Beyond Parochial Views". The New York Times . Retrieved . February 3, 2008
^ Schechter, Danny (1999). . Seven Stories Press. p. 110. The More You Watch, The Less You Know: News Wars/(sub)merged Hopes/media ISBN 1-888363-80-0.
^ "Obituaries — Louis Crompton". . The Scarlet University of Nebraska–Lincoln. August 20, 2009 . Retrieved . February 5, 2010
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