Who's the Daddy? Short Film

by Mary-Sue Masson in London, England, United Kingdom

Who's the Daddy? Short Film
We did it
On 27th August 2018 we successfully raised £5,850 with 83 supporters in 84 days

This Comedy Short highlights challenges faced by working mums. Help us raise funds to make a film written, performed and shot by women.

by Mary-Sue Masson in London, England, United Kingdom

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Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£15 or more

A special thank you on Social Media

A special thank you on social media for helping us to make to make this film - as well as supporting women in film and working mums.

£30 or more

A film credit & Private Link to film

A special thank you on social media for helping us to make to make this film - while supporting women in film and working mums. - Your name will appear on film credits, which you can see for yourself when we send you a private link to the finished film!.

£50 or more

15 of 50 claimed

Film credit & ticket to private screening

You name will appear on the silver screen as A film credit - Which you'll be able to see for yourself when you come to the private screening! We'll send you a private link to the finished film - As well as thank you on social media for being part of making this, and for supporting women in film.

£100 or more

11 of 30 claimed

Tickets to Private cast & crew screening

Two tickets to the private cast & crew screening. A film credit - and We'll send you a private link to the finished film - As well as a special thank you on social media for being part of making this, and for supporting women in film.

£500 or more

4 of 4 claimed

Executive Producer Credit

We are looking a maximum for 4 executive producers, who will of course get this Note-worthy film credit (which can feature on an IMDB Page) as well tickets to private cast & crew screenings, a private link to the film and of course an extra special thank you on social media for supporting us, women in Film and working mums.

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