Chicks in White Satin

Here comes the bride...both of them! Join two women as they meet with the rabbi, register for china, and throw a bridal shower. Witness a disapproving mother's transformation when confronted with the power of her daughter's love. 1994 Academy Award Nominee for Best Short Documentary.
Elaine Holliman, a graduate from the M.F.A. film production program at USC School of Cinema and Television, was nominated for an Academy Award for her documentary film, Chicks in White Satin. She has written several feature screenplays, including the adaptation of Rubyfruit Jungle; a comedy adaptation of Chicks in White Satin; Freestyle; The Fat Lady Goes Camping. Chicks in White Satin screened at Sundance Film Festival, Berlin, Toronto, and London, and garnered awards at the Student Academy Awards, International Documentary Association, Aspen Film Festival, and San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, and Washington D. C. Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. She has written television documentary, spoken frequently on film workshop panels, and teaches at the Iowa Summer Writer's Festival. She is currently producing and directing, Gone Hell, a documentary on bisexuality.
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