Gay author topic of former Salinan's documentary | LGBT Movies, Theatre, FIlm & Music |
Bill Weber couldn't believe a documentary had never been made about the life of Armistead Maupin, so he decided to make one himself.The former Salinan, who works as a film and video editor and documentary director in San Francisco, already was well aware of Maupin's fame in the city by the bay. In 1974, Maupin began writing a newspaper serial called "Tales of the City," telling the stories of eccentric characters who bond while living at a San Francisco boarding house owned by a pot-smoking