Inlaws & Outlaws

Public Television

UPDATE: Our Public TV Campaign: We're Halfway There!

A week ago we put out the word that we're on the verge of bringing Inlaws & Outlaws to a much wider audience: public television. The opportunity to bring our true stories to an audience exponentially bigger is simply too big to pass up. So we asked for your help in getting us there and, so far, the response has been tremendous.

We're almost halfway to our goal of raising $50,000 by Sept 30!

That's support, large and small, from over 35 more of our friends and fans, bringing our total raised to $23,825!

One gift that really made a difference came from the The Faygele ben Miriam Fund, our first major underwriter. Given Ben-Miriam's own remarkable story of activism for LGBT equality, we couldn't be more honored to receive the support.

But we still have a way to go before we meet our deadline!

Public TV isn't paid for by ads — and it's free to all viewers. That's why we need underwriting to make this big leap possible. Your support will pay for vital post-production for broadcast, closed captioning, station relations and more. If you haven't contributed, we could really use your help in getting to our goal in less than three weeks.

A gift of any size will make a difference!

Changing Hearts + Minds

"GREAT film changed my stupid mindset." — Stephanie, La Conner WA

"Scott, my husband, and I were so moved. I feel inspired to act in the name of gay marriage and simply to love BIG TIME."
— Amy, Seattle WA

Slowly but surely, the public is coming around to the realization that love is neither gay nor straight; it's human.

But this evolution hasn't happened on it's own. Greater visibility through having our stories told has made all the difference in the world. Time after time we've seen that once people know someone gay — and hear their story — they're far more likely to support equal rights.

And that includes the freedom to marry.

Thanks to our underwriters so far!
The Faygele ben Miriam Fund
Murl Barker & Ron Miller
Gillian Barr
Jacqueline Becker
Mary Ellen Bowers
Matthew Brooks
Paul Brower
David Brunelle
James Kyle Bryant & Dan Monda
Peter Buchman & Jolene Hjerleid
Niis Bue
Caren Cameron
Jonathan Cebon
Barbara R Daum
John & Stephanie Denson
Laura Dooley
Dave Durham & Ed Farnham
Ken & Sheila Emery
Kristi Erwin
Nicholas Erwin
Brad Eurin
Barcy Fisher & Tina Podlodowski
Mark Fleming
William Fleming & Steve Zeliadt
Joseph Flynn & Mark Nowlan
George Greenia
Lynn Hartfield
Theodore Hayes
Cate Hesser
Amy Horwitz
Mark Johnston
Alan Kristal & Jason Lamb
Michael Kreis
Arianne Kurita
Fiona Lee & Marieka Klawitter
Sandra Leduc
Bob Lemon
Del & Louise Lemon
Sharon & Fred Lundahl
Peggy Lynch & Mike McGinn
K.J. Maurice
Shelly McKeirnan
Tony Nahra & Rand Babcock
Daniel Nye
Jennifer Olson
Cynthia Pickreign
Marco Pizzo
David Price
Thomas Rich
Sam Sanzone
Davney Stahley
Jerry Stewart
Lori Stevens
Charles Sullivan
Whitney Taylor
Michael Thiesen
Lorrine Thompson
Gary Tucker
Tamara Turner
Bryce Vradenburg
Raleigh Watts
Paul & Amy Wheeler
John Wott
Zachary Wright
Alan Young

And you?
We'd love to have your support!

We're a little movie with a big heart - but, yes, in order to bring the film all over the nation WE DO need your support! All donations are tax-deductible through our fiscal sponsor, Three Dollar Bill Cinema, a registered 501©3 organization.

If you prefer to write a check, make it payable to Three Dollar Bill Cinema and send to: Inlaws & Outlaws, 1463 E. Republican, #122 Seattle, WA 98112


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