NEW Kinfolk Film, “Third Timothy”, Fundraising Campaign Is Live!


What’s up kinfolk. Our fundraising campaign for our new film “Third Timothy” is now live! As we’ve said many times before, we like to view our audience members as collaborators. We’d love for you all to be a part of helping this film come to life. If you are able to donate, please follow the link to our Indiegogo page. All donations are tax deductible through our fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas. We have a bunch of cool perks for donors as well! If you are not able to contribute at this time, please share this fundraising campaign link (igg.me/at/thirdtimothymovie) with a friend or two. The more people who see our campaign, the better chance we have of meeting our goal and bringing you more original, heartfelt cinema. And who doesn’t want that?

For more info on “Third Timothy”, check out this blog post with Julian describing his influences and inspiration for writing the film.

Julian Walker

Director, “Third Timothy”

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Third Timothy is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non‐profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Third Timothy must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax‐deductible to the extent permitted by law.

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