|Directed by||Peggy Rajski|
|Produced by||Peggy Rajski
Kim A. Snyder
|Written by||James Lecesne|
|Edited by||John Tintori|
|Running time||23 minutes|
Trevor is a 1994 American short film written by James Lecesne, produced by Randy Stone and Peggy Rajski and directed by Peggy Rajski. It is the story of a gay 13-year-old boy who, when rejected by friends because of his sexuality, makes an attempt to take his life. The film was inspired by a NPR radio broadcast discussing teen suicide, claiming that one third of teen suicides affects LGBTQ youth.
In 1998 Trevor inspired the founding of the The Trevor Project, a 24/7 crisis and suicide prevention helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.
- Brett Barsky as Trevor
- Judy Kain as Trevor's Mom
- John Lizzi as Trevor's Dad
- Jonah Rooney as Pinky Farraday
- Stephen Tobolowsky as Father Jon
- Cory M. Miller as Jack (as Corey Miller)
- Allen Dorane as Walter Stiltman
- Lindsay Pomerantz as Cathy Quinn
- Alicia Anderson as Mary Zapatelli
- Courtney Dornstein as Francine Antoniello
- "The 67th Academy Awards (1995) Nominees and Winners". Oscars.org. Retrieved 2011-10-23.
- "Movies: Trevor (1994)". New York Times. Retrieved Dec 29, 2008.
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