- First Film Tips: Morgan Wilcock
Morgan Wilcock, whose short documentary This Gay And Age was part of the 2012 PBS Online Film Festival, offers suggestions for other teen filmmakers.
- PBS Online Film Festival: Watch 'This Gay and Age'
Your votes will determine the People's Choice Winner in PBS's first-ever Online Film Festival! Watch an award-winning documentary short by teen filmmaker Morgan Wilcock, who examines the stereotypes that bombard today's LGBT youth.
- Five POV Short Films Selected for PBS Online Film Festival
PBS announced today that it will launch its first Online Film Festival, showcasing of 20 short films from independent filmmakers. The selections include five POV short films: Seltzer Works, The Archive, This Gay and Age, Flawed, and 34x25x36.
- Project Voicescape Winner to be Featured in PBS Online Film Festival
PBS announced today that the Project Voicescape winner for Best Documentary This Gay and Age will be featured in its selections for its first Online Film Festival.
- Check out 'This Gay and Age' in Observance of Spirit Day!
Observed annually on October 20th, Spirit Day encourages people to show their support for LGBT youth, simply by wearing purple. Check out the 2011 Project Voicescape Best Documentary Award winner This Gay and Age to hear LGBT youth speak about the issues they are faced with.
- Project VoiceScape: Meet Filmmaker Morgan Wilcock
Morgan Wilcock of Minneapolis, Minn., is one of 22 teens awarded a Project VoiceScape filmmaking grant this year. Her documentary This Gay And Age, about the evolving media climate for young gays and lesbians, is now in post-production under the mentorship of Sundance award-winning director Natalia Almada.
- Live Chat: Young Women's Voices in Media
Join 2011 Project Voicescape grantees Negesti Cantave and Morgan Wilcock on Monday, July 11, at 6 PM ET for a live chat about the future of the media industry from the perspective of young creative women.