Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Phelps Protest, EBAY and a new hero/ine?


Short, but Sweet...


Check out the Heroines in the Sunday Edition of the Chapel Hill News! We'll have a column in the MY VIEW SECTION! All feedback is welcome!


VICKIE HANNAH is our HEROINE OF THE WEEK! In HONOR of Mother's Day! Check Vickie out! She's an incredibly gifted actress and one of our biggest supporters (not to mention our "mom on set...) We love you, Vickie!!!

This sorta falls under the LIVE category... ;)

This Friday, May 6th, 7-7:30pm the anti-queer hate mongering preacher
Fred Phelps will be protesting the play 'The Laramie Project' at the
Durham School of the Arts. He has received a permit to protest only on
the sidewalk in front of the school, not on the school grounds or
anywhere else. Therefore, it will be extremely easy to block him and
his message of hate.

The Laramie Project tells the story of Matthew Shepard, a queer man who
was beaten to death in Laramie a few years back.

Phelps has been preaching his message of hate for years. He runs the
websites and Check those out for
examples of his disgusting hate-filled messages.

Come to the Durham School of the Arts at around 6:30pm on Friday to take action against this man! DSA is 400 North Duke Street in Durham,
opposite the West Corporation Street corner. Bring noise making
devices, banners, puppets, and anything else that may come in handy.

There will be an event at Duke University East Campus starting at 1pm
and going until near the protest time.

Boy, so the Heroines have a bidding opp. for you! ;) We've got a Heroine Films Memorabilia Package up over at EBAY if anyone wants to check it out!!!

Any questions? Comments? Suggestions? Please feel free to e-mail us at

love you all!

xoxo the gals at heroine films


Blogger handmaiden of sorrow said...

hi there! i was just browsing blogs and stumbled onto urse, i am currently a film student! we should chat some time...

10:29 PM  
Blogger heroine films said...

Hey there...

Where do you go to school?

We're a combination of graduates from NC School of the arts, School of Filmmaking and UNC - Chapel Hill.

Thanks for the post...

xoxo the gals

11:27 PM  
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