Peggy Rajski is an Academy Award-winning filmmaker who’s produced over a dozen feature films, directed an Oscar winning short, and garnered more than 40 major award nominations along the way. Her directorial debut TREVOR, a poignant comedy about a musical-theater-obsessed 13 year old boy whose world is turned upside down when word spreads at school that he’s gay led to the creation of The Trevor Project, a pioneering nonprofit organization she founded that is the country’s leading provider of life-saving services for l/g/b/t/q youth. Peggy had some great insights to share about how she carved a space for herself in the competitive indie film marketplace.
Music edited from 'Something Elated' by Broke For Free.
From the Free Music Archive.
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Produced by Rachel James.
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