The new HBO documentary The Out List was supposed to be a response to California's Proposition 8. But it turned into something bigger, director Timothy Greenfield-Sanders told Vanity Fair, where he's a contributing photographer. What it became is a series of interviews with 16 openly gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender people talking about marriage, coming out, parenting, and living openly.
|Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez at The Out List premiere at the Angelika.|
Greenfield-Sanders got some pretty high profile names, including Neil Patrick Harris, Ellen DeGeneres, and Suze Orman. He also got Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez.
"I asked the director how I got in it and he never really answered me," she told a crowd assembled at the Angelika Theater in Dallas for a screening hosted by the Dallas County Democratic Party and the Stonewall Democrats of Dallas. "He just said, 'You don't know how popular you are.'"More »