THE MARIAH FENTON GLADIS FOUNDATION wrote -
Unconditional Hope is a documentary feature film that tells the story of Mariah Gladis, a 33-year survivor of Lou Gehrig’s Disease and world renowned psychotherapist - taking viewers on an inspirational journey of extreme courage in the face of life and death. In 1981, Mariah was given a 10% chance of surviving the next two years. She is currently one of the longest documented cases of ALS in the world.
We have completed principal photography of the film in Philadelphia and currently seek finishing funds for the final stage of post-production. These funds will cover editing, music, sound mixing, mastering, and color correction. Much like Mariah's work, it is the community that makes it possible. Please consider contributing if you would like to help bring our film to the silver screen. We are grateful to you.
For more information, visit http://www.unconditionalhopemovie.com