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05/13/2008

Video: 'Trevor' forever

by Jeremy Hooper

Back in 1998, when gay rights seemed to be on an unstoppable upswing and another Bush presidency seemed less likely than than an entire TV show built around a karaoke competition, HBO and Ellen Degeneres teamed up to air a charming short film called Trevor (a television event that formed the basis of the fantastic gay rights organization The Trevor Project). And now via the magic of Youtube, we can all relive the film again:

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**NOTE: Even though the HBO airing brought the film to major light, it was actually produced in 1994. In fact, it won the 1994 Academy Award® for Best Live Action Short Film

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