While we’ve reached our minimum funding goal, you can still help with the expenses we will incur in making Anonymous Father’s Day. In September, Jennifer Lahl will be speaking at the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society (CFAS) meeting in Toronto and wants to take advantage of being in Toronto to interview some of the people at the forefront of the Pratten v. British Columbia Supreme Court Case (for more see Happy Anonymous Father’s Day). Once all of the interviews are complete, we’ll begin the editing process—one of the largest single expenses of the film. We will also need to pay for voice-over, graphics, and stock footage that will supplement the story and round out the film.
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