From the director/producer of For the Bible Tells Me So comes a new film, For They Know Not What They Do, a powerful exploration of the intersection of religion, sexual orientation and gender identity in America. The film features four families of faith including Rob & Linda Robertson, who were encouraged by their evangelical church family to put their son, Ryan, in conversion therapy; David & Sally McBride, life-long Presbyterians who were shocked when their youngest boy came out to them as a transgender woman; Victor Baez & Annette Febo, whose Catholic tradition and Puerto Rican upbringing greatly concerned their gay son; and Harold & Coleen Porcher, a mixed-race couple whose child endured self-harm before their parents’ acceptance enabled them to come to terms with their gender. Alongside these family stories of faith, rejection, validation, tragedy, and triumph, the film weaves together unique perspectives from religious leaders. Through love, reconciliation, and acceptance, For They Know Not What They Do takes us on a journey of understanding what connects us all and gives us the courage to embrace each other.
Rent the film for $10, get 72 hours to view the film online. 50% of all proceeds will support Utah Film Center and our staff.
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2019 Damn These Heels Queer Film Festival