It’s been three years since the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, and the LGBT community is still searching for its next big fight.
We spoke to people who are trying to make the jump, and also the people who’ve already made it.
They’re all doing it.
And while they’re all struggling, there’s one film director whose career was saved because of it: The Weinstein Company.
After the law was struck down, Weinstein hired a gay producer named Matt Casselman to produce a gay-themed film.
It would have been his first film outside of his family, and he’d only recently found out he was gay.
He had been working on a film for a couple of years before the Supreme and Congress ruled that same-sex marriage was legal in all 50 states.
The Weinstein Company didn’t want to make a movie about homosexuality, and they didn’t know Casselmann’s identity, so they sent him a letter saying they’d hired him.
They gave him the freedom to do whatever he wanted with the film, including filming a gay gay kiss scene, and even gave him a script, a script that he was supposed to read.
But then they sent Casselmans name and address, and it was a huge surprise.
The director was surprised.
They had the names and addresses of everybody who was in the film?
The Weinstein Co. didn’t like the idea of making the film with a gay man, Casselmen told BuzzFeed News.
And they wanted the rights to it to be in their name.
I didn’t think that was fair, but I thought, if we’re going to put our name on a movie, we better be able to give it to somebody who isn’t gay.
So he wrote them back and said, “We’ll just make a deal with you.
You don’t need to do anything.”
He did, and in a few days, he and Casselmens wife, Julie, were able to get funding for a film that they were supposed to make.
The Weinstein Co, which was then headed by producer-turned-director Woody Allen, was thrilled.
But they weren’t the only one who got involved.
A few weeks later, in early 2016, the Weinstein Co announced that they’d brought on an executive producer, Michael Oreskes, to help make the film.
Oreskes had just written the script for a gay lesbian drama called The Hunting Ground.
He was the person who had told Cassel to look at this film.
And so, in the fall of 2016, Oreske and Cassels family got together to watch the film together.
The film, which Oreskee had co-produced, was directed by Oreskus and was being financed by the Weinstein Company, with a part by a gay couple, The Hunting Partner and The Man Behind the Man.
And that’s when the Weinstein Bros. stepped in.
The movie had already been in production for a year when they sent it to Weinstein Co executive producer-director Harvey Weinstein.
Harvey Weinstein has a long history of making films for the Weinstein brothers, so it was no surprise when the company sent him the script, Oroskes told BuzzFeed.
He agreed to direct the film after seeing it and being asked to do so by the brothers.
The filmmakers were also surprised when the filmmakers’ first script wasn’t going to work.
The script was written by a lesbian couple who didn’t have the experience or talent to direct a gay film.
So they decided to write the script themselves.
The producers then gave the script to a gay writer named Paul Schrader, who then had to edit the film and make it even more gay friendly.
The film was then finished, and a sequel was made the following year.
A lot of the gay rights community has been pushing for LGBT rights for years, and these two films are just the latest steps in that fight.
The success of these films have opened the door to more films and other projects like them.
The gay community was thrilled when the films were made, and that has been one of the reasons for the popularity of the films.
The films have brought attention to the work of people like Matt Cassels, and have helped to raise awareness about the lives of LGBT people.
In the wake of the Weinstein films, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) has stepped up its efforts against the companies.
GLAAD’s executive director, Sarah Kate Ellis, wrote a blog post in 2016 about the film’s success.
“I don’t think we have seen an example of an LGBT-positive movie that has not been an anti-LGBT-positive film,” Ellis wrote.
“These films make people uncomfortable and the people they are portraying don’t feel comfortable with being depicted as gay or being represented in a positive light.
So while it’s great to see positive work on the gay side, it’s also important to recognize