We’re taking Anonymous Father’s Day to its first film festival — in ROME (GA). We’ve stepped out on faith and now we need your help.
Anonymous Father’s Day has been accepted into the Rome International Film Festival in Rome, GA. We’ve stepped out on faith and booked a flight to Atlanta so that Matthew can be there to represent the film at this film festival.
But we need your help to fund our $825 trip budget to cover hotel, rental car, other expenses. We’re doing a short and sweet KickStarter project to cover it all.
The Rome International Film Festival was named one of “20 film festivals worth the entry fee,” and we are thankful to have been accepted there. We look forward to showing the film at the historic DeSoto Theater at 1:00 on Friday, September 7.
Check out the rewards, click “Back This Project”, and help us take Anonymous Father’s Day to ROME (Georgia)!
About Anonymous Father’s Day
Thousands of donor-conceived people have a deep longing to know who they belong to, where they come from, and who they look like. What is it like to grow up not knowing who your biological father is or if you have any siblings? What is it like to find out that the man you thought was your dad is not your biological father, that your true biological father donated his sperm and is known only by a number? How does it impact your self-perception, the choices you make, and your view of life and the world? Donor-conceived people are demanding answers to these basic questions about their origins, their lives, and their identities.
From The Center for Bioethics and Culture, producers of Lines That Divide (2009) and the award-winning Eggsploitation (2010), Anonymous Father’s Day explores the stories of women and men who are the children of sperm donors.
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