Forbidden receives Best Documentary Audience Award at Northern Louisiana Gay & Lesbian Film Festival!... Read More
Forbidden is now available for educational use at colleges and universities!... Read More
Saturday, September 24 — Reel Pride, Fresno CA
October 1 — Charlotte Film Festival, Charlotte, NC
Sunday, October 9 — MiFo LGBT Festival, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Saturday, October 15 — ImageOut Film Festival, Rochester, NY
Thursday, October 20 — Milwaukee LGBTQ, Milwaukee, WI
Saturday October 22 & 24 — NewFest, NYC
Saturday, October 28…Read More
We have been getting some great press but this review from The Hollywood Reporter has been our most visible. Moises is the voice of his generation and this is coming across loud and clear in all these reviews. Enjoy, please read and share.
Here are just a few highlights from all the press we have been getting for Forbidden! More to come!
Moises and Heather had a rich and substantial discussion with James Lott yesterday, July 11, at the studio for Black Hollywood Live for this show Breaking Into. Check out the full interview here!
Read this beautifully…Read More
The premiere of Forbidden is SOLD OUT tonight! ... Read More
Tuesday, December 1 is a national day of giving! This is a great opportunity to contribute to your community and make a statement about the need for immigrant reform and awareness for queer youth living in rural areas.
One story, told well, holds the possibility to change heart and minds. We believe Moises Serrano’s story…Read More
This summer Moises was invited by the NAACP to help organize Latino participation for the Moral Monday March for Voting Rights in Winston-Salem, NC. The rally marked the beginning of the trial for N.C. NAACP vs. Pat McCrory, challenging one of the most damaging voting rights suppression laws since the 1960’s. On Monday July 13, thousands…Read More
Moises speaks at Gender and Sexual Diversity Conference in Central Florida!... Read More
Activism runs in the family! Moises’ mother, Victoria Cruz, is also an activist and outspoken advocate for change and reform. It was Victoria who suggested Moises join her to protest for immigration rights years ago when they loaded a bus bound for a rally in Washington D.C.
A strong woman who made many sacrifices to…Read More