am·per·sand. noun \ˈam-pər-ˌsand\
In film credits for stories, screenplays, etc., & indicates a closer collaboration than ‘and.’ The ampersand is used to denote two writers collaborating on a specific script, rather than one writer rewriting another’s work.
Jesse Mariut and Steve Gherebean came together to form Ampersand Cinema (&c) late in 2013 when we predicted that working together would bring vastly richer content and meaning for our customers. Four years later we’re happy to report that this experiment turned out to be correct.
&c uniquely shares your love story with the world. We don’t just cookie cut the most special day of your life, we tell the unique story of you.
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