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John Scagliotti

John Scagliotti, the award-winning filmmaker and radio broadcaster, was the Creator and Executive Producer of the “In the Life” public television network. “In the Life,” the first gay and lesbian national series on PBS, began in 1991 with only six stations; today it is carried by more than one hundred, including the top twenty-five markets in the nation. As News and Public Affairs Director of WBCN-FM in Boston in the early 1970s, Scagliotti was one of the pioneers in multi-sound mix documentaries and received two Major Armstrong Awards ("FM's Oscars") for his work. In 1985 Scagliotti produced the documentary BEFORE STONEWALL -- the making of the gay and lesbian community. It received two Emmy Awards after it’s national broadcast on PBS and continues to be broadcast on hundreds of Public Television stations each year. Scagliotti has also released the sequel to BEFORE STONEWALL. AFTER STONEWALL was broadcast nationally during primetime on PBS June 23, 1999. The film won a Golden Eagle and the Audience Award at the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival and has been screened at more than 40 festivals around the world.

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After Stonewall

$21.95 | 88 minutes

(1999) - Director

This sequel to BEFORE STONEWALL documents the history of gay and lesbian life from the riots at Stonewall in 1969 to the present. Narrated by Melissa Etheridge, the film explains the work, struggles, victories, and defeats the gay community&hellip…

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