LGBT History: ‘The Case Against 8’ Documentary

History as we lived it is the subject of a new documentary by Ben Cotner and Brian White. From The Huffington Post:

Two gay couples who waged a five-year court battle to restore same-sex marriage in California are back in the spotlight, in a new film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Paul Katami and Jeff Zarrillo, and lesbian couple Kris Perry and Sandy Stier, finally achieved their goal last June. But “The Case against 8” recounts the long and often dispiriting judicial battle they fought to get there.

The documentary, by filmmakers Ben Cotner and Ryan White, is in official competition at the independent film festival, which wraps up next weekend in the Utah ski resort of Park City.

I was not able to find a trailer in my searching, but below is an interview with the filmmakers.

Read the full Huffington Post Article

See the Sundance Film Guide Page for The Case Against 8

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