Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about?
Todd Bird: At its core, Little Earthquakes is a reflection on racism, homophobia, and self-discovery. Literally, it is the story of Troy, a gay man who is returning to his hometown in Scranton Pennsylvania for his class reunion with the hopes of facing his ex-wife for the first time since their divorce. During his trip however, Troy is forced to face several unpleasant realities about himself and must come to terms with his role in a violent and heart-wrenching incident.
2. What genres does your screenplay fall under?
3. Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?
Little Earthquakes is important because it deals with racism and homophobia in a realistic manner as it truly exists in today’s world. It also portrays a very underrepresented demographic: non-stereotypical gay men, gay men of color, and accepting families.
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