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Charissa King-O'Brien

Charissa King-O'Brien is interested in making personal documentaries. She has produced educational and experimental videos and has worked for documentary filmmakers in the greater Boston area. King is now attending The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she joins the Film, Video, and New Media department in pursuit of a MFA. IN MY FATHER'S CHURCH is King’s first documentary film. (09/09>)

In My Father's Church
A film by Charissa King-O'Brien, 2004, 49 min., Color/BW

Charissa is a lesbian who wants a church wedding, but it doesn’t seem to help that her dad is the pastor of the town’s United Methodist Church. While ...

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