More than forty years after the tragedy, this documentary film rescues the events of the 1973 gay bar massacre in New Orleans through the testimonies of survivors and family members.
AWARDS: JURY AWARD. San Francisco Int'l LGBTQ Film Festival/ BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM, Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival/ BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE AWARD, Long Beach QFilm Festival/ BEST DOCUMENTARY AWARD, FilmOut San Diego/ FREEDOM AWARD, FilmOut San Diego/ BEST DOCUMENTARY, FilmOut San Diego/ North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival/ BEST MEN'S DOCUMENTARY FEATURE FILM, North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival/ BEST MEN'S FEATURE, North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival/ FAVORITE DOCUMENTARY, North Louisiana Gay and Lesbian Film Festival/ FAVORITE FEATURE FILM, Pride Film Festival, Bryan/College Station LGBT Film Festival/ BEST SOUTHERN FILM AWARD, Kaleidoscope: Little Rock Int’l LGBT Film Festival/ BEST DOCUMENTARY, Outflix: Memphis Int'l LGBTQ Film Festival/ GRAND JURY PRIZE, QFest Int'l LGBT Film Festival
Upstairs Inferno. Largest Gay Mass Murder in U.S. History
Survivors, families & witnesses share previously untold, harrowing stories about one of the deadliest attacks on the LGBT community in U.S. history.
Rich with newly discovered archive photos, newsreels, & faded snapshots of the fallen. Narrated by New York Times best-selling author Christopher Rice.