Gayby Baby + Q&A
At a time when the world is questioning the politics of same-sex families, Gayby Baby takes us into the homes and personal dramas of four kids approaching puberty under the guidance of gay parents.
In his all-female household, Gus strives to work out what it means to be a ‘man’; Ebony struggles to find her voice as a singer and a place where her gay family will be accepted; Matt questions how the God his lesbian mums worship can also damn them to hell; and Graham’s desire to read and win the approval of his dads is complicated by a move to Fiji, where homosexuality is frowned upon.
Told from the point of view of the kids, Gayby Baby is a living, moving portrait of same-sex families that offers a refreshingly honest picture of what really counts in modern life.
‘Gayby Baby looks beyond the windy generalisations exciting the same-sex marriage debate to give us a series of snapshots from the lives of four kids with same-sex parents’ – The Sydney Morning Herald
‘An important documentary and milestone achievement’ – FilmInk
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