Gay Chorus Deep South

98 mins


Colorado Premiere
In recent years, a wave of faith-based anti-LGBTQ laws has swept across America, especially in the South. In response, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus decides to raise its voice, plotting performances in the region’s most conservative states in an attempt to foster more open-hearted ways. After all, artistic director Tim Seelig says, “we have found that in the most troubled of times, singing and music has carried us through.” This film follows their remarkable tour. Along the way, they meet some resistence. But mostly, they experience the power of music to unite across boundaries, and discover a region that is more nuanced and understanding than they expected. In an age where the country feels more divided than ever, Gay Chorus Deep South is an important reminder of the power of simply listening to one another. “We don’t have to agree on everything. We just have to be civil,” Seelig says. Amen.

Production Team

David Charles Rodrigues

Festival Screenings

Featured in the 2019 Mountainfilm Festival.
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