The film has been shot and edited. But to premiere at our first festival, we need to raise
$40,000 in the next 30 days. We need to pay for music rights, archival footage, sound
work, color correction, insurance... The producers are not taking fees. Right now, every
dollar goes to finishing the film.
But your support will not only help us cross the finish line. It will let people everywhere
know about the work of the Battery Dance Company. Six dancers working in 60 countries around the world. The program, Dancing to Connect, fosters healing, self-esteem, connections between cultures, and peaceful solutions where none seemed possible. As xenophobia and fear of “the other” rises, their work is increasingly crucial.