Monday, April 9, 2012

Opportunities sprout up in all forms and in the most unlikely places, which brings me to the reason for today's post. My mother, who is a big supporter of green living and organic eating, sent me an email that contains an opportunity that anyone in the Creative Arts and Technology department could partake. I plan to donate my time for this project and I encourage others to do the same! Below is what was contained in the email for your opportunistic dining:

We’re working long hours everyday on our feature length documentary, which exposes more evidence of GMO health dangers than ever before. The timing is just right. California will have a labeling measure on the November ballot, and voters need a big dose of hard-hitting facts that will inspire them to avoid GMOs, not just label them.

For greatest impact, we’re beefing up our visuals and sound, and can use your help. Our wish list includes people with skills in:

  • Motion graphics
  • Animation
  • Visual effects
  • Sound engineering
  • Sound track production
  • Theatrical trailer editing
  • Camera work (for shooting additional “B-roll”)
  • Translation (lots of languages for global distribution)
  • Filmmaking/editing (To use the footage to produce trailers, short pieces, PSAs, and TV commercials)
We also need researchers to search the web for script-related images, footage, articles, etc.

While we have some funds due to the generous donations and matching grant from Mike Adams of (thank you all so much), we certainly prefer donated services, so we can stretch our budget for maximum promotion and distribution.

We will not be releasing the film in April as originally targeted, since the project has grown way beyond what we were first planning. This is big. Very big.

Send inquiries to

You can also support this important work by donating to the film today.

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Thanks again for your support.

Staff at IRT