As part of our 10-day celebration of the moving image, GAYORBITZ.COM and the Atlanta Film Festival proudly present the documentary feature film One: A Story of Love & Equality (102 min); programmed by Kristy Breneman.
Location: 7 Stages Theatre, Main Stage
Seating Time: 6:30PM (7PM showtime)
Run Time: 102 minutes
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ONE: A STORY OF LOVE & EQUALITY
Directed by Becca Roth
USA, 2014, English, 102 minutes
In the wake of the legalization of gay marriage in her home state of New York, Becca—a young lesbian filmmaker—is plagued by the fact that the majority of the states in America currently have constitutional amendments banning gay marriage, including every single state in The South—except one. When she finds out that residents in North Carolina are gearing up to vote for one of the most restrictive marriage amendments in the country—Amendment One—she and her girlfriend, Melina, travel to North Carolina in the two months leading up to the vote, to try to understand people's stories and attempt to build bridges.
One: A Story of Love & Equality is part of the Atlanta Film Festival's Pink Peach Competition; a track of films dedicated to the LGBT community, of which we and our track sponsor are so proud.
For additional information and to view a trailer for One: A Story of Love & Equality, please visit this documentary feature's home on our festival website here.
Kristy Breneman is the Atlanta Film Festival's Features & Special Presentations Programmer; this documentary feature was chosen by Kristy for exhibition, out of over 300 documentary feature submissions, for our 2014 festival audience and filmmakers.
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