Inlaws & Outlaws News
Nov 8, 2013
Next week, we're off on another Michigan Outlaws Tour, sponsored by Ferris State University's Office of Diversity & Inclusion. Join director Drew Emery at a screening in Big Rapids, Grand Rapids and in Traverse City.
Oct 8, 2013
Through our distribution partner NETA (The National Educational Television Association), Inlaws & Outlaws is now available to virtually all 350+ PBS and public TV affiliates in the US.
See below where the film — followed by our new 14-minute video Just Marriage: from Outlaws to Inlaws — is going to play.
Apr 9, 2013
As the topic of same-sex marriage moves further centerstage in Indiana, a broad coalition of churches, equality organizations and community groups have joined forces to present a series of Inlaws & Outlaws screening and discussion events in Indianapolis, Bloomington and Lafayette this May.
Dec 12, 2012
This morning, filmmaker Drew Emery was a guest on Kansas City's NPR affiliate KCUR. Appearing on their morning show, Central Standard, Drew chatted with host Jabulani Lefall about love, marriage, equality and, of course, a certain film.
Nov 8, 2012
Nov 7, 2012
We can think of no better way to celebrate this amazing day than by releasing our latest video: Just Marriage: from Outlaws to Inlaws.
For a long time, our audiences have been asking for an update on the lives of our storytellers. When we we were invited to bring Inlaws & Outlaws to public television, we decided this was the perfect time to do just that.
Oct 27, 2012
On November 6, voters in Washington will decide whether same-sex couples receive the same right to marry that other couples enjoy. To help ensure voters say YES to Referendum 74, we're teaming up with Washington United for Marriage to offer Inlaws & Outlaws screenings FREE to anyone in Washington who wants to help us reach as many people as possible with our stories. Why? Because these stories change lives.
Oct 23, 2012
You came through!
We set a fundraising goal of raising $50,000 to bring Inlaws & Outlaws to public television — and thanks to you, WE MADE IT! As of today, we've met our initial goal with $50,246 raised — and, YES, Inlaws & Outlaws is now available to 350+ PBS and public television affiliates around the US!
So far we've just learned that 15 affiliates have already scheduled broadcasts of Inlaws & Outlaws — including KCTS 9 here in Seattle and KYVE in Yakima, Washington. Both stations are airing Inlaws & Outlaws and our new short Just Marriage this Friday, October 26th at 9 pm.
Oct 17, 2012
When we set our goal of bringing Inlaws & Outlaws to public television, we realized this was also an opportunity to give our audiences what they so often ask for: an update on the stories from the film.
We're proud to announce that when Inlaws & Outlaws arrives on public TV, it will be followed with the premiere of a new 16-minute short: Just Marriage, from Outlaws to Inlaws.
Oct 15, 2012
A month ago we announced that we've been invited to bring Inlaws & Outlaws to public television. As we realized the huge impact this could have over the next three years, we decided that, though time was short, we had to go for it. So we asked for your help to make this possible, and while it's taking a little bit longer than we hoped, we are approaching our goal...
We've raised over $42,000 of our goal of $50,000!
Sep 20, 2012
Two weeks ago we put out the word that we've been invited to bring Inlaws & Outlaws to public television. As marriage equality takes center stage, we knew we could not pass up this tremendous opportunity to make an impact when it matters most. So we asked for your help in getting there and, we're thrillled at the response so far.
Sep 17, 2012
In just two months, voters in Washington will be voting on Referendum 74. Voting Yes on R-74 will affirm the marriage equality law passed by the legislature and signed by Governor Gregoire back in February. After nearly a decade of effort, Washington will become the seventh state where same-sex marriage is legal — and could be the first decided by voters.
How can we help? FREE screenings in Washington — from now until Election Day.
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