Photo courtesy of Austin Film Society

World renowned choral ensemble Conspirare, whose new work “Considering Matthew Shepard” premieres on February 20, present a screening of Michele Josue's documentary about the life, death and powerful legacy of her friend Shepard, the young gay man killed in 1998 whose story helped to change the hearts of America and the world.

World renowned choral ensemble Conspirare, whose new work “Considering Matthew Shepard” premieres on February 20, present a screening of Michele Josue's documentary about the life, death and powerful legacy of her friend Shepard, the young gay man killed in 1998 whose story helped to change the hearts of America and the world.

World renowned choral ensemble Conspirare, whose new work “Considering Matthew Shepard” premieres on February 20, present a screening of Michele Josue's documentary about the life, death and powerful legacy of her friend Shepard, the young gay man killed in 1998 whose story helped to change the hearts of America and the world.

WHEN

WHERE

AFS Cinema
6406 N. I-35 Frontage Rd.
Suite 3100
Austin, TX 78752
https://austinfilm.org/co-sponsored-events/film-matt-shepard-is-a-friend-of-mine

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