July 1992
Advocate;7/30/92, Issue 608, p86
Reports on the premiere of filmmaker, Marlon T. Riggs' video, titled `Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien' at the 4th annual New York International Festival of Lesbian and Gay Film. Riggs' receipt of a proclamation by Manhattan borough president Ruth Messinger who proclaimed June 4 Marlon T. Riggs Day; Highlights of Riggs' video; Beneficiaries of proceeds from the festival showings of the video.


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