Monday, December 20, 2010

Sigourney Weaver Talks About Prayers for Bobby and PFLAG on CNN

This morning, multi-award winning actress Sigourney Weaver was interviewed on CNN where she spoke about her role as Mary Griffith in the film Prayers for Bobby. She spoke about the emotional impact that the role had on her and why she recognizes the importance of PFLAG as a place where parents and families should turn for education and support. She also acknowledges the work of the Trevor Project for LGBT youth.

PFLAG National honored Sigourney in 2009 with our Straight for Equality in Entertainment Award. She has been a tremendous straight ally, and we could not be more proud of her. You can watch the video of her CNN interview here. And don’t forget to check out our recent blog post about how you can order your copies of the DVD—a great holiday gift idea for everyone in your family!

All of us at PFLAG salute Sigourney Weaver and the entire cast of Prayers for Bobby, as well as executive producers Daniel Sladek, Chris Taaffe and David Permut, for creating this important and timeless film!


1 comment:

BrianB said...

I loved this movie. It made me cry. I wish my Mom would have gone to a PFLAG meeting but she never did. She passed away believing that I was going to hell.