Gay USA (film)
A screenshot captures "the optimistic homosexual of the seventies"
|Directed by||Arthur J. Bressan Jr.|
Gay USA is an American documentary film released in 1978 and directed by Arthur J. Bressan, Jr. The documentary focuses on the gay rights movement. Composed of footage shot at a number of gay pride events around the United States in 1977, the film captures a time just as the gay rights movement began facing the first organized backlash in the form of Anita Bryant and her campaign to repeal anti-discrimination protection in Dade County.
- Morris, Gary (July 1997). "Gay U.S.A.". Bright Lights Film Journal. Retrieved 2008-06-21.
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