The inspiring story of pivotal gay rights activist Vito Russo, author of The Celluloid Closet, who fought tirelessly to secure the dignity of gays and lesbians the world over until his life was claimed by AIDS in 1990.

Click here to read SFFF Blogger Laura K. Marsh’s review of VITO.
“Okay. Eyes forward. This one is a must see for all LGBT youth, straights of every flavor, and actually, pretty much everyone. It’s a documentary called VITO, about the life of gay activist Vito Russo. A man, I am ashamed to say, I knew nothing about before watching this film.” Read More…

Director:Jeffrey Schwarz
Year Released:2011
Length:93 minutes
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