Hear gay icons Truman Capote & Tennessee Williams in their own words

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HEAR GAY ICONS TRUMAN CAPOTE & TENNESSEE WILLIAMS IN THEIR OWN WORDS

Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams — writers, celebrities, gay icons — catapulted to fame in the 1950s, sparking a friendship and rivalry spanning forty years and creating works (A Streetcar Named Desire, Breakfast at Tiffany's) that left indelible marks on the era.

In Truman & Tennessee: An Intimate Conversation, filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland brings the two forces together in a unique and fascinating tête-à-tête, comparing and contrasting their trajectories through dueling voices — the writers' own, and the voices of gay actors Jim Parsons and Zachary Quinto (The Boys in the Band).

Step into this immersive portrait of the work, lives and personal journeys of two of the most acclaimed LGBT writers of all time, in virtual cinemas and on demand now. Every virtual cinema purchase will include an exclusive director's Q&A hosted by film critic & radio presenter Jason Solomons.

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