The Freedom to Marry
Eddie Rosenstein is a documentary filmmaker living in New York City. His films focus on regular people doing extraordinary things. His previous work includes School Play about fifth graders pushed to the limit by their grade school play, and “Boatlift,” a short film narrated by Tom Hanks which tells of the 9/11 boatlift which evacuated half a million people from the seawalls of Lower Manhattan, among others. He has produced work for HBO, PBS, and ABC and won an Emmy.
01: The Freedom to Marry
Going behind the scenes, “Freedom to Marry” is the epic and surprising story of same sex marraige in America. Shown through the eyes of the architects of the historic civil rights movement, the film follows the final frenetic months of the legal and grassroots campaign.