Don’t miss this new wedding documentary exploring the utterly unique and extraordinary ways brides experience marriage…
With the whole world captivated by Harry and Meghan’s beautiful whirlwind love story, we still can’t get enough of all the details. And there’s just something so wonderfully accessible about them as a couple – we can all relate to their story. With every wedding journey a unique and beautiful story, don’t miss this new wedding documentary – supported by Nikon – uncovering the heart of four weddings that are just as extraordinary, but for very different reasons…
Focusing on brides’ wedding days from the UK, US, Romania and India, new documentary ‘Four Weddings’ unpacks the different ways global societies treat love, relationships and marriage. This film affords a fascinating glimpse into the realities – both joys and tribulations – of planning and executing a wedding today… and it’s destined to capture the heart as well as the imagination.
The documentary, supported by Nikon, looks at the shifting perceptions of marriage around the world, examining what it means to be a bride in 2018. It explores how the couples met, what their relationship means, what their future holds, and how their marriages relate to the challenges they face.
It’s not just Prince Harry and Meghan’s union breaking convention. Four Weddings features a US Army soldier discharged from Iraq who overcomes prejudice by following her heart rather than her head; a terminally-ill British woman unsure of the future; a young Romanian bride debating what community means today; and a self-assured Indian woman who turns the idea of arranged marriage on its head.
The twenty-minute film was shot entirely on the Nikon D850 with a range of NIKKOR lenses by award-winning director Matt Houghton from Pulse Films.
To view the full documentary and see additional images from the four weddings, captured by wedding photographer Will Patrick on the D850, just click here.