Skip to comments.Gosnell Movie Nears $2.1M Crowdfunding Goal ($1.9M)
Posted on 05/06/2014 11:18:25 AM PDT by Falcon28
The filmmaker behind a movie about the "House of Horrors" abortion doctor convicted of murdering babies born alive says his crowdfunding campaign has broken an Indiegogo record. As of Tuesday, the Gosnell Movie campaign raised $1.9 million of the $2.1 million goal, the most amount raised for a film on Indiegogo. Related Stories
"I was thinking we were going to beat the (most money raised) target, but not win and become the most successful failure ever on crowdfunding," said journalist and filmmaker Phelim McAleer. "But, we should make the fundraising goal. We're averaging $30,000 per day."
McAleer says he'd love to shoot in Philadelphia, as the city is a large character in the film but it will just depend on the final film's budget.
The Gosnell Movie project hast just seven days left to raise $200,000.
(Excerpt) Read more at nbcphiladelphia.com ...
This does not bode well for the Communist regime and their destruction of the family unit plan using homos and abortion...
They’re in a hardened state of denial. There’s nothing you can show the left that will make them look openly at the things they’re supporting. It’s not so much a belief to them as an investment. They don’t want to admit they are wrong, and so they can never learn from their mistakes.
This is disturbing...from the indiegogo.com crowdfunding link posted ...
“We funded our last film FrackNation using crowdfunding.”
“The documentary, FrackNation, features freelance Irish journalist Phelim McAleer, directly challenging the anti-fracking documentary, Gasland, produced by Josh Fox. And in light of a recently released Hollywood movie, The Promised Land, starring Matt Damon, FrackNation, a refreshing and factual take on the issue of fracking, becomes all the more relevant.”
Link to movie review at Accuracy in Media site. . .
Why is that disturbing?
My bad. I thought it was yet another anti-fracking movie.
Thanks to another poster, I am enlightened now and it was to counteract “gasland” or whatever the original anti-fracking movie was.
Less than $100k to go.
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