Through Thick and Thin

LGBT, Human Rights, American Culture, Immigration, Law and the Penal System, Government, Social Justice
Sebastian Cordoba
72 minutes



"Through Thick and Thin" follows the extraordinary stories of seven binational gay and lesbian couples whose lives are dramatically affected by the current immigration laws. For some partners, it means immigrating to a different country, while others try to maintain a semblance of normalcy by commuting between distant places overseas. Filmmaker Sebastian Cordoba intimately captures integral moments of each of the couples as they struggle to stay together at whatever cost, unfortunately demonstrating that love does not conquer all.


Sebastian Cordoba

Sebastian Cordoba, a lawyer and writer, moved from Argentina to the US to pursue a career in filmmaking. His films, many of which have had successful festival runs, include LIVING PROOF, A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT GAY TEENAGE SUICIDE SURVIVORS (2002). He is also a well known editor and director of photography for TV pilots, fashion, and documentary. Films he has worked on include THE BALLAD OF GREENWICH VILLAGE by Karen Kramer, TYING THE KNOT by Jim de Seve, and WITH YOU! by Yaniv Dabach. In addition to film, Sebastian has also edited for TIME Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, and CNN.


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