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Filmmaker seeks backing for documentary, 'An Abominable Crime: Anti Gay Violence in Jamaica'

From filmmaker Micah Fink:

Do you think of Jamaica as a vacation paradise or as a country where gays and lesbians are hunted down in the streets?


We just received our 154th donation, which put “An Abominable Crime” at 50% of our goal!

To help us get to the finish line, the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting has also generously offered to match, dollar for dollar,  all contributions  -- so that every dollar donated through Kickstater from this point forward will be doubled!

We are just past the mid-way point and have only 13 days left of our Kickstarter campaign to raise the remaining funds.

So if you were thinking about donating, now is the time -- your donation will be worth double -- and you can help us reach out goal to finish the film!

Remember, Kickstarter is all or nothing, so if we don’t make it to our goal of $35,000, we won’t get anything.


AN ABOMINABLE CRIME is a deeply moving documentary, filmed over four years, that explores the impacts of homophobia through the eyes of two gay Jamaicans who are forced to chose between their homeland and their lives after their sexual orientations are exposed and travels with them as they are forced to flee and build new lives abroad...

Click here to read more.


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