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A straight love story in a gay world.

Love Is All You Need? is a forbidden love story set in a world where a social norm is reversed: homosexuality is mainstream and heterosexuality is taboo. Although these norms are reversed, this film is inspired by true events. The story unfolds as a small Indiana town is rocked to its core when Jude (Briana Evigan), the star quarterback of the local university football team, strikes up a love affair with Ryan (Tyler Blackburn), a sports journalism major.

When the couple is outed by Jude’s girlfriend (Emily Osment), the community’s powerful religious leader (Elisabeth Röhm) begins a vitriolic crusade from the pulpit against all heterosexuals. This sets off a series of catastrophic events in the lives of an 11 year old girl (Kyla Kennedy), experiencing her first crush on a boy, and a teacher (Jeremy Sisto) trying to teach his students about tolerance.

The feature film is based on the 19-minute short film of the same name, which organically garnered over 50 million views and was self-translated by fans into more than a dozen languages, deeply touching and affecting people around the world.
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"In the world of this short film, to be gay is the societal norm, while to be heterosexual is to face ridicule and persecution. This flipping of the anti-LGBT bullying script has proved to be a powerful message..."
- The Advocate
Our Partners in #TheMovieMent™
Across the US, charities have joined the conversation about homophobia, inclusion, and acceptance. Each of these charities was instrumental in our USA tour and joined us for a screening to help our mission: educating audiences about the impact of homophobia and inequality in their own communities.

If #TheMoviement reaches its 1 million film sales goal, we will donate $1,000,000 to these worthy causes, as well as 5% of the proceeds in perpetuity.