Thousands of Swedes recently gathered in Stockholm's Olympic Stadium to support LGBT Russians.

The film project, called LIVE AND LET LOVE, is the brainchild of Sean Kelly, a singer and choir conductor looking for a way to protest recent passage of a Russian law that prohibits “gay propaganda” to minors.

Kelly assembled thousands of choir members in the Olympic Stadium of Stockholm – home to the Olympic Summer Games of 1912 – to sing the Russian National Anthem.

The result is a remarkable 4-minute short film in which a young boy and girl lead thousands in the singing as the stadium is draped in rainbow flags, which symbolize gay pride. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Organizers are encouraging others to create and share their own rainbow versions of the Russian National Anthem.