Documentary "Dear Dad" Explores Relationships Between Black Gay Men And Their Fathers

Created by Chase Simmons, the documentary "Dear Dad: Letters From Same Gender Loving Sons" shares the stories of eight black gay/same gender loving men writing open letters to their fathers.  Released back in 2013 if you haven't seen it, it is a must watch.  We have to continue to tell our own stories and release our own movies.

From the films website:

The project aims to give black same gender loving men a platform to tell their varying yet universal stories about their relationship with their father and how it has shaped them as men. “Dear Dad,” is a film that peeks into the lives of your friends, brothers, cousins, co-workers, sons, and uncles. You'll meet 8 diverse same gender loving men living in "Black Gay Mecca"; Atlanta, GA. The project aims to give same gender loving men a platform to tell their varying yet universal stories about their relationship with their father and how it has shaped them as men. Ultimately, the documentary is meant to help these men and men like them appreciate what gave them hope and heal what gave them hurt.”

Watch the trailer below and check out the full film here: http://deardaddoc.vhx.tv/