The film will premiere at a screening in Ocean County in 2017, where voluntary donations will benefit a scholarship fund. The film will be broadcast on television locally, and also will be marketed to broadcasters with regional or even national audiences.
Veteran television journalist Sandra Levine, a Toms River native and South alumna who has been nominated 10 times for regional Emmy Awards, is producing the project. In 2014 her poignant, one-hour documentary, Heartbreak & Healing After Sandy,aired regionally on PBS. For this new film, an experienced team of professionals has been assembled for filming, writing, editing, graphics production, music creation, sound mixing, and color work.
Tax deductible contributions may be made payable to the film’s fiscal sponsor, the New Jersey Media Arts Center, Inc., which will provide us with a grant to produce this film. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how. NJMAC is a 501(c)3 affiliated with Rutgers University dedicated exclusively to the non-commercial exhibition of independent, classic, international, experimental, and progressive cinema.
Funders contributing $1000 and more will receive special on-screen credit acknowledging their donations.