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Today marks the three-year anniversary of Tom Bridegroom's death. For this year's anniversary, Shane is encouraging people to watch 'Bridegroom' and share their story. To join in, use the hashtags #taptaptap and #BridegroomMovie.
Academy Award-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o presented the award for Outstanding Documentary to Shane Bitney Crone, the subject and producer of "Bridegroom," and the film's director Linda Bloodworth-Thomason at the 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards on Saturday.
"Bridegroom," the award-winning documentary directed and produced by Linda Bloodsworth-Thomason ("Designing Women") which recounts the love story of Shane Bitney Crone and his partner Tom Bridegroom and spotlights the discrimination faced by Shane in the wake of Tom's tragic death, is available in 44,000 Redbox kiosks across the country now. Pick your copy up today!
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Last week, GLAAD's own Wilson Cruz moderated a special panel held at Creative Artist Agency (CAA) headquarters in Los Angeles addressing the entertainment industry's role in telling the stories of LGBT people.
Bridegroom, out today on DVD, is officially one of the 151 films competing for the Best Documentary Feature Oscar. Deadline spoke with Linda Bloodworth-Thomason about what an Oscar nomination would mean for the film.
Tonight on Fusion launched last month by partners Univsion and ABC News, host Alicia Melendez interviews Shane Bitney
The story of Shane Crone and Tom Bridegroom, first told via viral video, has been made into the full-length documentary "Bridegroom." The film is available for streaming on Netflix now, and available for purchase starting November 19.
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Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, director of the award-winning documentary "Bridegroom" and write, director and producer of "Designing Women," spoke with GLAAD about "Bridegroom," the groundbreaking HIV/AIDS episode of "Designing Women" and how TV has played a role in social change.