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Re: [Philadelphia-Filmmaking-Collective] Fw: Most relevant film of the year

From: Rick T.
Sent on: Thursday, October 25, 2012 5:24 PM
The County theatre in Doylestown allows people to show their films for free. Check out their website for details. Might b a good showcase venue and a way to get some press. 

If you have trouble getting the info let mr know and I'll get it for you. 

Best of luck. 

Rick Toone
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On Oct 25, 2012, at 5:02 PM, Belinda Wilson <[address removed]> wrote:


My name Dr. Belinda M. Wilson and I am the writer and producer of the film, Women's Playground. After more than two years, the film is completed and ready to be released. Very few independent films make their way into theaters no matter how relevant they are. Distributors, agents and movie houses are difficult to access and make the profits and leave the producers in the red. Film festivals, other than the top five, do not lead to distribution deals. 

We have decided to go directly to the movie houses that will accept independent films. This costs money. We are listed with indeigogo, a fund raising organization. We are trying to raise enough money to get this film into a few theaters and then let the momentum from the film carry it from there. We are asking you to donate to help this happen. Please click on the address below and at least listen to our presentation.

This film is about women in prison and the horrific circumstances they 
must endure to survive. It focuses on how women are victimized by the system, the guards and by each other. Its an amazing story. Sadly, these terrifying incidents happen everyday! Each of the women represented in the film has a real life counterpart. It is graphic, raw and will keep you on the 
edge of your seat. It is not a documentary. It has a 
dynamic story line with a twist at the end, no one will expect.

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