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I DO? (a documentary profiling same-sex

marriage as it becomes legalized in Canada)

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How Equal Marriage was born in Canada

“I Do? (a documentary profiling same-sex marriage as it becomes legalized in Canada)”

had its world premiere at the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival,

where it received an award for Best Gay Film. Canada has been on the forefront of positive

change for Equal Marriage since The Civil Marriage Act was introduced by Prime Minister

Paul Martin’s Liberal minority government in the Canadian House of Commons on

February 1, 2005 as Bill C-38. This film interviews Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes who devised the

successful political marriage strategy in Canada. Canadian Lawyer Douglas Elliott who won

the battle in the Canadian courts and activists Kevin Bourassa & Joe Varnell, the first

same-sex couple to ever be legally married anywhere in the world. Whether you’re a

Canadian who wants to know “How Equal Marriage was born in your country” or your

Country is currently fighting for these same rights, “I Do?” is a intimate look into the history

of Equal Marriage.
 

 
SYNOPSIS: Equal Marriage is now a right being sought after globally. Canada has been

a leading example of the benefits of this equality for the past eight years. This

documentary is an in depth look at how same-sex marriage in Canada became a federal

law and what Canadians thought along the way. “I DO? (a documentary profiling

same-sex marriage as it becomes legalized in Canada)”- The controversy over

allowing the homosexual population to marry has sparked many debates in Canada and

around the world. On July 19th 2005 the Senate passed the equal marriage bill C-38 by

47 to 21. On July 20th at 4:56 p.m. the bill received Royal Assent and was proclaimed

into law at 6:09 p.m. Canadians can now marry in every jurisdiction. This documentary

explores the views of many gay people and their supporters, in the mission to discover

what it is exactly that the queer population thinks about same-sex marriage. As well as

to educate the general public about the issue from the opinions of the people who it

affects most. Having started filming before it was a federal law the film “I Do? shows

the progression of the events as they unfold and dares to go head on with a topic being

hushed in the media at the time. Featuring: Rev. Dr. Cheri Dinovo, Douglas Elliott, Rev,

Dr. Brent Hawkes, Marilyn Churley, Kevin Bourassa, Joe Varnell, Gail Donnelly,

Barbara McDowall, Susan Gapka & Mitchel Raphael.
 

 

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Route of Acceptance

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To Each Her Own Films new dramatic feature, “Route of Acceptance”, is a concept

film that plays with the idea of the possible existence of destiny.  Aspiring screenwriter

Ryan Stark, is having a hard time deciding what university to go to and is fearful to

leave the comforts and predictability of high school and her life thus far. The film

explores three realities of this young lesbian’s life and shows how a decision like your

school selection can change your entire future.  Each life path evokes intense emotions

as Ryan is torn between her love for career, family and marriage.

Screened at over 30 international film festivals.

www.routeofacceptance.com