Mission: Welcome Home - a short film that supports veterans
Organized by: Kat Croft
Let's get this film made.
March 22, 2016
We need $5800 to start production on our powerful film that honors our fallen Veterans.
THE STORY: Inspired by true events, Mission: Welcome Home tells the heartwarming story of a never-ending brotherhood that's shared by a close-knit group of Special Operations Marines. Set on a historic farm, in the middle of the beautiful American countryside, our story follows a seasoned Master Sergeant as he rallies his brothers to carry out an unforgettable mission to welcome home one of their own.
THE MONEY: Our producers, director, military advisors and locations are volunteering their time. This is a list of what your money goes to:
- Hiring Cast (10 actors) & Essential Crew (Sound, Camera, Lighting)
- Feeding up to 20 people, 3 times a day for 4 days
- Equipment Rental (Camera, Lights, Sound)
- 3 Nights Lodging for Cast & Crew
- Travel from NYC to Baltimore
- Props, Costumes, Art Department, Set Decoration
- Wardrobe, Make-up & Hair
- Location Insurance
OUR PARTNERS Raising Raiders + Brothers in Arms Foundation
Director: Kat Croft (Dawson's Creek, Iron-Jawed Angels, The Color of Love)
Director of Photography: Ayana Baraka (The Hunting Ground, La Tierra Del Exodo)
Executive Producer: Victoria Estevez (Good Intentions, CenterStage)
Unit Production Manager: Liz Harmon (USC Annenberg School of Cinema)
Military Advisor: Brenden McMullen (Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman, Medical Department Head at the Presidential Retreat, Camp David) He is a combat veteran we are proud to have aboard, and will be our eyes and ears on set for everything USMC related. He brings decades of Special Missions expertise and experience to our team.
SPECIAL THANKS » For their ongoing support and in-kind donations: Raising Raiders, Rogue Ales, Skull & Paddle, Black Rifle Coffee, Leatherneck 4 Life, Wegmans, Troyer Grocery, Springhouse Farm