Film looks at homophobia in rural America

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The movie “Out in the Silence,” which screens at the Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center in York at 7 tonight, tells the story of what happened when filmmaker Joe Wilson announced his same-sex marriage in two Venango County, Pa., newspapers.
Wilson (at left) is expected at the screening tonight. He has said his mission is to expand public awareness about the difficulties that gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people face in rural and small-town America.
Read more about the film and what went into making it.

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