Families are Forever
Families Are Forever is a 21-minute documentary film by Vivian Kleiman. The film is about 13-year-old Jordan Montgomery coming out to his devout Mormon family during a time when the family actively supported the 2008 California Proposition 8. This film is part of the Family Acceptance Projectand won the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's "Best Practice for Suicide Prevention" award.
Families are Forever is part of a short documentary serries that showcases the stories of a wide range of families "from struggle to support of their LGBT children to give LGBT youth and families hope and to show how diverse families learn to support their LGBT children."
Families are Forever premiered at Frameline Film Festival 37: the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival in 2013.
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