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Danger Word: a wrap and support from director Julie Dash. Can you help us reach our goal?

06 Jun

THANKS SO MUCH to all who have donated so far! We need less than $1,500 to meet the $15,000 goal! So far we’ve raised $13,524 – AWESOME!!! If you have not given yet there is still time, please visit http://www.dangerwordfilm.com and remember, NO DONATION IS TOO SMALL 🙂 Thanks so much from all of us for donating monetarily as well as all of the social media sharing, you guys are awesome!

Please help me out with a re-tweet:
It’s not too late to support #DangerWordFilm! We’re almost there! dangerwordfilm.com today RT@ZombiesFreak @tkmceachin#film

Danger Word

UPDATED 6/5:  We just wrapped our two-day shoot with Frankie Faison and Saoirse Scott on our terrific set in Delancey, New York. We got great footage, and we’ll have a trailer ready soon. Then, last week, a surprise: groundbreaking filmmaker Julie Dash, who wrote, directed and produced the modern classic Daughters of the Dust, joined our list of donors. Imagine our excitement!  Dash is a pioneer in film—Daughters of the Dust was the first full-length film by a black woman with general theatrical release in the United States.

It’s a real boost of confidence that she believes in what we’re trying to do with Danger Word: we want to make an entertaining horror film that also makes a difference.

And we still need your help, too.

As you can see from the thermometer, we’re still a bit shy of our $15,000 goal to finish paying our crew for…

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