The Wedding Dance, a three-minute short film by up and coming director Elliot London, makes a simple but profound statement on love and marriage equality.
The film and its surprising, touching ending have won raves since its release on Valentine’s Day, and is being used as a vehicle to fund Elliot’s next project.
London is currently working on a full length feature called FRIEND, which takes an in-depth look at anti-gay bullying in the age of Facebook and Twitter.
Learn about the making of a video The Advocate called "possibly most beautiful marriage equality ad we've seen" and the potential impact of the short film that’s brought hope and tears to the world.
A gorgeous, emotional short film shot by UK director Mike Buonaiuto, the award-winning director of the ‘Homecoming’ marriage equality video commissioned by the Coalition for Equal Marriage, looks at the inequality of gay families as...
Remember those role-reversed engagement photos we featured last year that went viral? Here they are actually married! There's an over-excited puppy, a fabulous backyard Airbnb locale, and sweet and simple touches that will inspire a...
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