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Filmmakers Collaborative (FC) has provided an array of resources and fiscal sponsorship for the independent filmmaking community for the past 30 years. We are proud that we have served as the fiscal sponsor for hundreds of films, including numerous award-winners, at a cost that remains among the lowest in the country. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, approximately 75% of our operating budget has always come directly from the 5% administrative fee that we retain from fiscal sponsorship for these projects. Today, however, filmmakers must make their films with smaller budgets due to fewer grants and other financial resources, resulting in fewer dollars for FC to put towards our operating budget. Your donation will make a difference!



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Supported by 424 Donations:

  • Erika B.
    I Gave $50
  • Leland and Felice  C.
    I Gave $100
  • Sandy B.
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  • Erica S.
    I Gave $25
  • Kevin W.
    I Gave $50
    David DeMarco birthday
  • Sharon L.
    I Gave $100
    Your trailer resonates deeply. I am so sad over the callousness and brutality that is cloaked under the word "shelter". Bravo for raising awareness!
  • Jeremy H.
    I Gave $100
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  • Anne R.
    I Gave $25
    For Karen D'Amato who continues to advocate for Prouty Garden and all that it has given.
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    One of my most memorable life events is my tour of George Nakishima's family/work compound.
  • Barbara M.
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  • Jim and Edith W.
    I Gave $75
    In honor of the broken glass in the Holocaust Memorial in Boston.
  • Michael J. J.
    I Gave $100
    I've been Photographing George's work via Moderne gallery since 1987. Beautiful work!
  • Robert R.
    I Gave $25
    Spirit of St. Louis 2
  • David W.
    I Gave $25
    My parents (Sam & Helen Weinstein) & my architect uncle (Alex Weinstein) bought Nakashima furniture in the early 1950s, some of which I own & prize.
  • Robert & Elaine K.
    I Gave $1,000
    This film will be a ground-breaker for the Autism community at large, and -as the trailer demonstrates -- will make so many futures so much brighter.
  • Howard  A.
    I Gave $50
    Erik and his team have a Wonderful Movie Idea here
  • Paul M.
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  • Edwin R.
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  • Lory D.
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  • Dee and Robert J.
    I Gave $100
    We are pleased for the opportunity to be a part of this important project.
  • Nigel B.
    This will be a beautiful film, memorializing the life of an inspirational man. Thanks to all involved in its production.
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  • Paul M.
    I Gave $100
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    George Nakashima's furniture is stunning. It's a delight to see Nakashima Family works in person, online, or in video. Can't wait to see the film.
  • Karen  D.
    I Gave $40
    What happened to Prouty Garden should never happen again to any other hospital healing garden or adjacent plot of land. This story is vital.
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  • cathy k.
    I Gave $100
    I own a dining room table, six chairs and a credenza that my parents bought from the New Hope studio in 1971.