Our mission is to effectively and efficiently educate and elevate a harmonious voice in creating legislation that protects vulnerable young adults suffering from mental illness. Your donation is 100% tax deductible and will support the completion of the film, while using press to bring our mission to the public.
Powerful conversation after returning to The Leiber Institute For Brain Development eight years after donating his son Gio's brain.
Interview with Thomas Hyde MD. Ph.d., Chief Medical Officer at Leiber Institute for Brain Development in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Hyde is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. . https://www.libd.org/
Three years in the making, we are pleased to announce the FIRST Documentary feature film of its kind. After the catastrophic loss of his son Gio, http://gioinitiative.org Award winning filmmaker Robert Manganelli takes us on a powerful cinematic journey into the soul of man."We Were Here," is titled
from a note Gio wrote as a child.
By turning his lens onto other bereaved fathers, Manganelli's own map comes into clear focus and leads him to his cinematic purpose - from shattering to mattering.
As you may know making a feature documentary is an expensive process. This film so far has been primarily self funded, with significant support and donations from family and friends.
Your donation will allow us to get the message out to the masses.
Your support is immeasurable in insuring the completion of the film.
Please consider us when making your end of the year charitable giving.
Your donation is 100% tax deducible. TaxID: EIN 26-4664688
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Your support means the world to us and the project, to thank you we will be adding your name to the film's credits.
Donations of $5000.00 or more will recieve producer credit.
ROBERT MANGANELLI - FILMMAKER
Kintsugi: Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold. A wound becomes a thing of beauty.
Embrace the pain.
What's broken is gold