Local filmmaker Morgan Jon Fox's long-awaited documentary, This Is What Love In Action Looks Like, is expected to make its Memphis premiere this fall.
But you can get your limited-edition poster promoting Fox's film, which chronicles the 2005 protests at the Memphis-based straight camp, right now. Those protests were sparked by 16-year-old Zack Stark's cry for help on his MySpace page after Stark was forced to attend a reparative therapy camp for teens.
The posters, designed by Christopher Reyes of Live From Memphis, feature shots of locals holding signs that read "It's OK to Be Gay" and "Fear Gay People, They Might Spread Happiness." Only 25 were printed, and each is hand-numbered and signed by Fox and Reyes. Click here to order.