May screenings of “Inlaws & Outlaws” to benefit IEA and FairTalk

INDIANAPOLIS – A broad coalition of Hoosier churches, equality organizations, and community groups have joined forces to present a series of screenings of the film “Inlaws & Outlaws” and discussion events in Indianapolis, Bloomington/Ellettsville, and Lafayette this May.

Billed as All IN for Love, the program features four public screenings of “Inlaws & Outlaws” as well as post-screening Q & A sessions with filmmaker Drew Emery.  For two of the shows, FairTalk will also lead facilitated conversation circles on the intersection of faith and marriage equality. While the presentation of the film is to inspire greater understanding and support for marriage equality, the conversation circles are an opportunity for people with divergent points of view to respectfully find common ground.

For more information about the film itself, please visit the following URL:

Information about the times, places, and suggested donations for the screenings follows:

Thursday, May 2nd
Time:  7 PM screening; Q&A with Drew Emery
Place:  Indiana Interchurch Center, 1100 W. 42nd Street, Indianapolis
Suggested donation:  $10 (proceeds benefit Indiana Equality Action)

Saturday, May 4th
Time: 1 PM screening; Q&A with Drew
Emery; 3 PM conversation circle facilitated by FairTalk
Place: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 6050 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis
Price:  Free (donations accepted!)

Time: 7 PM screening; refreshments and Q&A with Drew Emery
Place:  Endwright Center, 7500 W. Reeves Road, Ellettsville
Suggested donation:  $10 (proceeds benefit FairTalk)

Sunday, May 5
Time:  1 PM screening; refreshments and
Q&A with Drew Emery; 3 PM conversation circle facilitated by
Place:  Sylvia’s Brick Oven & Columbia Ballroom, 625 Columbia
Street, Lafayette
Price:  Free (donations accepted!)

Via press release