My friend and fellow filmmaker Ira Sachs is currently directing a new movie called KEEP THE LIGHTS ON, about a gay romance that goes awry through drugs and addiction in the mid-1990's. He's also started a website to chronicle the process of the production of the film, which will also be featuring shorts and posts about gay life in NYC, past and present.
Yesterday, he posted some footage that was shot outside the Stonewall Inn the night that marriage equality passed in New York State. There were hundreds of revelers outside the Stonewall where more than 40 years ago the modern gay civil rights movement was born. This historic short was shot by Onur Karoaglu and beautifully captures the emotions of that evening.
KTLO Gay Marriage Video from keep the lights on on Vimeo.