Yahoo!! The Gosnell movie has been FUNDED!

Less than two months ago, “FrackNation” directors Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney set before themselves the monumental task of raising 2.1 million to make a film about Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell via Indiegogo.

Today, just a few days shy of their deadline, McAleer and McElhinney met their minimum fundraising goal. The way Indiegogo works, if they had not met their selected goal by their deadline date, NO money would be collected from donors and the movie would not get made.

McAleer and McElhinney are GOOD PEOPLE.  I own all the documentaries these two have made and I helped crowd-fund FrackNation.  Dearest even went to the showing in Binghamton and met Phelim.

Trust me.  You can donate with confidence.  Your money will be used carefully and appropriately.

Historic crowdfunding for movie about abortionist Kermit Gosnell

For a few more days, you can help fund this important project. Yes, they’ve reached their goal. But that was a minimum. Movie making is really expensive! So I’m certain more money will be welcome and used carefully.

My personal fave is the “With Perks” option of a $25 contribution that gets you a free copy of the DVD mailed to your home when it comes out.  I did this for FrackNation and the DVD came.  And as they say, it really is fun to say, “I helped finance this!”



Filed under Abortion, Kermit Gosnell, Movies & Television

3 responses to “Yahoo!! The Gosnell movie has been FUNDED!

  1. Howdy!

    I didn’t see you mention here, but perhaps have mentioned before, that they allegedly were kicked off of KickStarter before turning to IndieGoGo.


    • Yes, I’d read that too, Mindful. Not surprising, I suppose, but disappointing just the same.

      I’m SO glad they reached their goal! I had a fairly large wad of cash in my checking account (an unusual situation)… because a bunch of my husband’s delinquent clients finally paid their overdue bills, and the monthly Social Security check had just arrived… so I made a nice big donation to the movie. I think this project is really, really important. Maybe it will help to turn the tide against the culture of death.