Wingspan sets feature from ‘Love’ short

Fall production set for tale of all-gay world where heteros are bullied

Wingspan Pictures is set to make a full-length feature from its short “Love Is All You Need?,” set in a world where homosexuality is the norm and heterosexuals are scorned.

Kim Rocco Shields penned and directed the original short and will write this adaptation with David Tillman.

Short tells the story of a young girl who is brutally bullied for having a crush on a boy at school. Full-length version will feature multiple storylines that illustrate the effects of prejudice in a middle American football college town.

Rachel Diana, co-owner of Wingspan Pictures along with Shields, will produce. Production is set to start this fall.

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