Inlaws & Outlaws

Public Television

UPDATE: Our Public TV Drive: $30,000 so far!

Two weeks ago we put out the word that we've been invited to bring Inlaws & Outlaws to public television. As marriage equality takes center stage, we knew we could not pass up this tremendous opportunity to make an impact when it matters most. So we asked for your help in getting there and, we're thrillled at the response so far.

We've raised nearly $30,000 of our goal of $50,000 by Sept 30!

Over 85 of our friends and fans have made tax-deductible contributions, large and small, to bring our current total to $29,956! We also got the support of 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.

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

What's the money for?

Public TV is free to all viewers but there are no ads to pay producers for their programs — and the cost of broadcasting them. Underwriting makes that possible. Your support will pay for vital post-production for broadcast, closed captioning, station relations and more. We couldreally use your help in getting to our goal in less than two weeks.

Yes, we've made great progress in the fight for equality. And we think 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.

YOU are the Hearts + Minds Campaign!

"An incredible opportunity to support an incredible film" — Colleen Short

"I have been a supporter of Inlaws and Outlaws since its inception — what better time than now to leverage the power of its stories about love, family and marriage between two people." — Alan Young

"Gay people and straight allies of Planet Eearth: A few years ago I saw a wonderful, locally-produced documentary on marriage equality. With the election and the marriage equality vote here in Washington state, this film has a chance to really make a difference." — Jen Olson

A gift of any size will make a difference!

Thanks to our underwriters so far!
The Faygele ben Miriam Fund
Amy Baragree
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
Julia Byrd
Caren Cameron
Jonathan Cebon
Ann Conley
Gary Cowling
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
Ginger Krinitsky Hall
Richard Hantzmon
Lisa Hartfield
Lynn Hartfield
Theodore Hayes
Cate Hesser
Dorothy Holland
Amy Horwitz
Mark Johnston
Alan Kristal & Jason Lamb
Michael Kreis
Ariane Kurita
Fiona Lee & Marieka Klawitter
Sandra Leduc
Bob Lemon
Del & Louise Lemon
Sharon & Fred Lundahl
Michael Linthicum
Peggy Lynch & Mike McGinn
Kathryn Maeglin
K.J. Maurice
Shelly McKeirnan
Sophia Miyazaki
Jon Morrow
Tony Nahra & Rand Babcock
Theresa Noble
Daniel Nye
Jennifer Olson
Vince Parrillo
Matias Pelenur
Cynthia Pickreign
Marco Pizzo
David Price
Thomas Rich
Sam Sanzone
Janet Schaedler
D Gregory Smith & Ken Spencer
Davney Stahley
Linda States
Jerry Stewart
Lori Stevens
Charles Sullivan
Whitney Taylor & Amy Babcock
Michael Thiesen
Lorrine Thompson
Gary Tucker
Tamara Turner
Elizabeth Thompson
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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