Unconditional – Atlanta Filmmaker Tackles LGBT Homelessness, Religion

Kent Igleheart is an Atlanta actor, but now he’s taking his turn behind the camera in his first short film called “Unconditional.”

Igleheart said that one reason for the large number of homeless LGBT youths in the South is because of religion. In the film, though, Igleheart addresses religion from all sides. There’s Bradley, who is left on the street by his family’s pastor. There’s the shelter director who quotes Pope Francis’ recent statement on LGBT Catholics, “Who am I to judge?” There’s a church monsignor who has a change of heart.

“We ultimately save Bradley through a church-supported group,” Igleheart said.


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