For award winning filmmaker Harjant Gill, making films is about casting a spotlight on urgent and often overlooked social issues, and making marginalized members of society feel less isolated and more understood. His films include: EVERYTHING, Some Reasons for Living, Lot’s Wife, Mission Movie, Milind Soman Made Me Gay and Roots of Love. He was recently featured in a book titled Our Time is Now: Young People Changing the World.
Gill was born in India, grew up in San Francisco CA, and now lives in Washington DC where he teaches Anthropology and Cultural Studies at Towson University. His doctoral research examines at masculinity, modernity and migration in north India. Gill is a Point Foundation Scholar.