Prolific American Indie Filmmaker Darren Doane returns for his third documentary Stonewall -- The Coming Free Speech Apocalypse.
Doane's previous films include the groundbreaking Collision, featuring Christopher Hitchens, and the box-office breakout hit Unstoppable, starring Kirk Cameron.
Stonewall is sure to be Doane's most controversial film to date. "Racist, sexist, anti-gay" reveals what is considered to be true blasphemy in our day. And no other figure has been affected by this debate more than American pastor Douglas Wilson. The Johnny Cash of preachers, Wilson has not been one to back down from his opponents.
Wilson sat down for this exclusive interview and recounted his now infamous trip to Indiana University in Bloomington, where he spoke on sex, gender and the biblical worldview. What ensued was one of the most explosive attempts by "free speech" activists and LGBT communities to shut someone down simply because they disagreed with him. Fortunately, there were police present, not to mention cameras.
Stonewall is an unprecedented look into the plays and techniques used by the diversity-mongers and how bold, intelligent and unashamed individuals can respond and refuse to be silenced.