About The Film
On April 28th, 2015, six couples from Kentucky walked into the U.S. Supreme Court case with plaintiffs and attorneys from four states to argue their right to marriage equality.
Two years earlier, Tim Love and Larry Ysunza walked into a county clerk’s office in Kentucky and were denied a marriage license. Love v. Kentucky chronicles their journey and the story of how an unlikely group of attorneys from the Bluegrass State and across the U.S. came together to challenge their country’s definition of marriage.
Go behind-the-scenes to witness how a Supreme Court case unfolds; the untold heated debate that led to Mary Bonauto arguing in front of the nine Justices instead of anyone's first choice; and, meet the many plaintiffs who put their personal lives on public display so that others could lead a normal life.
We're proud to be sharing history with you.
—The Informavore Team
It turned into a nine hour gay marriage hellfest.
I don't think anything like it will ever happen again.
When I was growing up, we didn't have Lexington Pride. We didn't have anyone to go to...
President Obama was once for traditional marriage. Does that make him a hate monger?
I hate to keep coming back to this, but I'm really trying to get something substantive...
Available Soon on Networks in the US & Canada
The Folks That Made This Film Possible
Including, but not limited to:
- Shannon Fauver & Dawn Elliott
- Laura Landenwich, Dan Canon, & Joe Dunman
- Kent Ostrander
- Greg Bourke & Michael De Leon
- Tim Love & Larry Ysunza
- Randy Johnson & Paul Campion
- Luke Barlowe & Jim Meade
- Maurice Blanchard & Dominique James
- And everyone who assisted on or off camera!
— The Informavore Team
Founder / CEO
Co-Founder / Producer