Logo Unveils Slate of Documentaries

Jul 3, 2018  •  Post A Comment

Logo Documentary Films today announced a slate of projects that will be premiering this month and in August. The documentaries focus on LGBTQ stories.

“Light in the Water,” premiering Thursday, July 19, on Logo, details the humble beginnings of one of the first openly gay masters swim and water polo clubs in 1982. “When the Beat Drops,” premiering Aug. 9, follows a crew of gay African-American men as they pioneer the Southern-rooted underground dance scene known as “bucking.” The Sundance Film Festival favorite “Quiet Heroes,” which tells the story of a female doctor fighting to save the denigrated and largely male AIDS population in the socially conservative Salt Lake City area, premieres Aug. 23.

Logo Documentary Films recently received the 2018 Television Academy Honor for “Forbidden: Undocumented and Queer in Rural America” and won its third Daytime Emmy, for “Kevyn Aucoin Beauty & The Beast in Me.”

Please click here for full details on all the projects.

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