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I DO? PHOTO PRINT
I DO? PHOTO PRINT
MERCH STORE "TO EACH HER OWN FILMS" all proceeds go towards creating independent queer cinema! Picture from the movie "I DO? (a documentary profiling same-sex marriage as it becomes legalized in Canada) DVD on sale now at www.toeachherownfilms.com Please show your support by liking www.facebook.com/lgbtqmarriage Trailer at: www.youtube.com/toeachherownfilms Movie 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.
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I DO? PHOTO PRINT
MERCH STORE "TO EACH HER OWN FILMS" all proceeds go towards creating independent queer cinema! Picture from the movie "I DO? (a documentary profiling same-sex marriage as it becomes legalized in Canada) DVD on sale now at www.toeachherownfilms.com Please show your support by liking www.facebook.com/lgbtqmarriage Trailer at: www.youtube.com/toeachherownfilms Movie 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.
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