To Be Takei
Nauti-CatWed, Jul 30, 2014 9:00 PM
Sponsored by: Razkell, Inc.
To enter the drawing, simply send one postcard or letter per film to TCFF Movies on a Boat, PO Box 44064, Traverse City MI 49685 or drop one off a the main box office. For more information about the drawing and a schedule of the movies being shown, go to
Milliken at the Dennos MuseumThu, Jul 31, 2014 9:00 PM
Sponsored by: Dean & Cindy Robb and Mary Fisher & Michael Venditto
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Film Info
Movies on a Boat
Release Year:2014
Runtime:90 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Tom Ammiano
Daniel Inouye
Walter Koenig
Jay Kuo
Telly Leung
Norman Mineta
Director:Jennifer M. Kroot
Produced by:Gerry Kim
Jennifer M. Kroot
Mayuran Tiruchelvam
Cinematography:Christopher Million
Editing By:Bill Weber
Music By:Michael Hearst
“Star Trek” icon. LGBT activist. Internet sensation. The remarkable life and career of George Takei is chronicled in this crowd-pleasing documentary of camp and conviction. Boldly going from stock player to beloved pop culture figure and gay rights advocate, today Takei is perhaps best known not for his groundbreaking work as Sulu on “Star Trek,” but for regaling his millions of social media followers with his candor and wicked wit. With a contagious optimism, despite a childhood spent in WWII Japanese-American internment camps, Takei’s inspiring second act also finds him and his husband Brad (their playful bickering is a sitcom waiting to happen) as the unlikely poster couple for marriage equality. Touching and hilarious, Takei’s tireless crusade for equal rights is an exhilarating quest for liberty and love.

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Eoin Duffy | Ireland | 7 min. | 2013
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