University of California, San Diego
Tuesday, November 17, 2015 — 5:30pm
UCSD School of Medicine presents The Camouflage Closet, followed by a Q&A panel of local LGBTQ Veterans for a post-screening discussion with the audience.
Bryn Mawr College
Wednesday, November 11, 2015 — Veterans Day
A special Veterans Day screening of the Camouflage Closet will be hosted by Bryn Mawr's LGBT Focus Group.
This event is hosted by the GWU Colonial Health Center and GW Veterans, whose mission is to serve military affiliated students at the George Washington University.
This event, held in collaboration with Veteran and Psychology student groups at Palo Alto University, will feature a panel discussion with the director, producer, and Veteran filmmakers. Refreshments will be provided.
Join Catharsis Productions, Equality Illinois, and American Veterans for Equality for a free screening of The Camouflage Closet in honor of Veterans Day!
The Camouflage Closet will screen at Stanford School of Medicine, with a discussion led by Dr. Audrey Shafer of the Arts, Medicine & Humanities Program. The event is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be provided courtesy of the Office of Medical Student Affairs.
SJSU’s LGBT Resource Center and VITAL Initiative present The Camouflage Closet in this two-hour event that is free and open to the public. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with Veterans featured in the film, along with the director and producer!
The Camouflage Closet returns to one of the places where it all started—Stanford University. Join us to screen the full cut of the film, a presentation by the production team, live musical accompaniment of the original score, and a panel discussion with Veterans featured in the film!
The Camouflage Closet will have a featured 90-minute slot that will include a screening of the film, a synopsis of current LGBT Veteran research, a description of the VideoVoice method used to create the documentary, and a panel discussion with Veterans featured in the film.
Join us at GLMA's 31st Annual Conference in Denver, CO for a co-presentation with two other exciting VA PaIo AIto endeavors: "The Post-'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' VA: Innovative health and social support services for LGBT Veterans."
The Camouflage Closet made an appearance at a presentation given by Heliana Ramirez, LISW at the American Psychological Association's 2013 convention in Honolulu: "Evidence Informed, Diversity Responsive and Culturally Relevant LGBT Veteran Practice."
"The Camouflage Closet" made its international debut in Mexico City on June 28—incidentally, Pride Weekend—as "El Armario de los Armados." At Espolea, an NGO whose work covers the areas of mental health, substance abuse, and sexual diversity, the film was presented to an audience of activists, psychiatrists, researchers, and more!
National Queer Arts Festival; San Francisco, CA
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 at 7:30pm
African American Arts & Culture Complex
762 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA
Join us for a director's cut of the film—complete with live music performance, a panel discussion with the Veterans featured in the film, and a free reception!
Tickets are on a $10-20 sliding scale, but no one is turned away if this cost is prohibitive. Proceeds will go toward program costs, the Queer Cultural Center, and programs for LGBT veterans in the Bay Area.
This event has already ended. Our deepest gratitude to all who attended.
Andrew is a composer of acoustic concert music whose pieces have been performed in festivals and concerts around the world. He earned degrees and institutional fellowships from Yale University and the USC Thornton SchooI of Music and is currently pursuing a PhD in music composition at UC Berkeley. He serves on the faculty of The Crowden School in Berkeley and is a 2015-16 recipient of a Fulbright Research Grant for study at the Universität der Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz in Austria.