Follow My Voice, a 2006 film, chronicles the recording of a tribute album by the creators of Hedwig and the Angry Inch (a 2001 musical film written by John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask) and an ensemble of indie artists (Yoko Ono, Rufus Wainwright, Cyndi Lauper, They Might Be Giants, Yo Lo Tengo, The Bens, The Breeders and others). The film documents the year-long process of creating "Wig in a Box," the tribute album. Proceeds from the album helped support a New York City school (through the Hetrick-Martin Institute) featured in the movie. Clips from recording studio sessions are woven together with the stories of four courageous, on the fringes, high school students struggling to get an education at the Harvey Milk School, a school for at-risk gay, lesbian, and transgender students. The film makes use of student video diaries, interviews, and footage from ever-present cameras that captured the daily life of the students.