Article in The Oregonian – Filmmaker copes with fears, reality of Oregon brother's mental illness
Just hours after the Forbes Online article appeared The Oregonian went online with with the following story that is going to appear in hard copy on Sunday, April 7, 2013. This is an extremely well-written article by Anna Griffin who put a lot of time and research into understanding a very complicated story.
The exposure is coming at a very good time. Most of the Kickstarter money has been spent on a grant writer (and we are waiting to hear from those to which we applied) as well as production as what happens to my brother from here on out could be the finale of the piece. We were accepted into the International Documentary Association Fiscal Sponsorship program because the Kickstarter campaign ended after 35 days. Donations can now be made to the film through the IDA and all contributions are tax deductible. http://documentary.org/fsp/4037
Please continue to help me get the word out about the film. You never know who you know that could be helped by the effects this film can have. Let’s hope it changes the policies of our mental health system.
Forbes article on “That Way Madness Lies…”Today Forbes Magazine put out an article about my film “That Way Madness Lies…” I would love for you read it and pass it on. This Sunday in The Oregonian there is going to an extensive article written by Anna Griffen about the quagmire I find myself and my family.
Thank you for your support. This film could not be in production without you.
Sandra Luckow is an award winning filmmaker based in New York City. Her films include: Sharp Edges; Belly Talkers; A World Within; That Way Madness Lies…
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