The Color of Fear

The Color of Fear

DVD - 1995
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"The Color of Fear 3 -- The Color of Fear Part Three is a film about the struggle of the gay, lesbian and transgender community to be seen and understood in a predominantly heterosexist society. For the first time on screen, the original cast from The Color of Fear discusses what it is like to grapple with their fears and stereotypes of gays in this country. A ten-year retrospective has been added from Roberto Alamanzan and David Lee. They describe the complexities of being male, the fears that men have of each other, and their thoughts on same sex marriages. This film is thought provoking, intimate and painful. Through their personal stories and interactions we get a glimpse into the fears, the stereotypes, and the moral issues that are dividing and confronting us today. Not unlike the stories from the civil rights movement - the stories here need to be heard and to be believed."
"The Color of Fear 2: Walking Each Other Home -- Walking Each Other Home, winner of the Cindy International Silver Medal for Best Social Science film, is the continuation of The Color of fear. The new sequel explores more in depth the intimate relationships amongst the men as well as answering the question "What can whites do to end racism?" The answer to that question, and many others, are explorede in this fascinating conclusion to one of the most explosive films on race issues in this country."
"The Color of Fear 1 -- The Color of Fear is an award-winning documentary about eight North American men of Asian, European, Latino and African descent, who spend a weekend together talking about racism. Out of their confrontations and struggles to understand each other emerges a dialogue that most of us fear, but hope will happen sometime in our lives."
Publisher: Oakland, CA :, Stir-Fry Productions,, [1995]
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (approximately 188 minutes) : sound, colour with black & white sequences ; 4 3/4 in + 1 supplementary DVD + 1 supplementary CD-ROM + 1 book (100 pages : ill. ; 28 cm.)

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