Support the Film
Help bring “threads” to the world!
Women artisans, once destitute young mothers, have supported their families over the past 30 years, stitch by stitch. Just as each stitch has made a difference in their lives, so every donation you make — small or large — will help us to celebrate their accomplishments and bring the film to communities around the world.
DONATE NOW ONLINE
DONATE BY CHECK
Please make your check or money order payable to International Documentary Association, and write Threads-3732 on the memo line. Send to: Threads, c/o Kantha Productions LLC, PO Box 143, Lakebay, WA 98349-0143.
Donations are tax-deductible for U.S. persons.
DONATE IN BANGLADESH TAKA
We welcome donations in Bangladesh currency as well. Please contact us to find out how you can help.
Thanks to the support of generous donors around the world, we have completed the film! Now we are focused on making sure that Threads is seen by the widest possible audience. For the month of October we aim to raise $4,800 to:
- pay for film festival entries
- design publicity and press materials
- have DVDs and BluRay discs made
- fund production of a Digital Cinema Package file for festival screenings
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The International Documentary Association (IDA), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is the fiscal sponsor for Threads, and all contributions to the film made through IDA are tax-deductible for U.S. persons to the full extent provided by law. Employers may match contributions as well.
Many people have contributed to our work in some special way. Thank you for your generous support of this film.
Surayia Rahman and her family, for letting us into their lives
Julia Brennan, in memory of Barbara Brennan
Olympic Chapter American Needlepoint Guild
Fox-Wilmar Productions editing services
Sage Internet Solutions Ltd. website services and consultation
PaperRhyme Advertising Ltd. Bangladesh translation, graphics, printing, outreach
Perfect Copy and Print graphics, printing
Capilano University Indigenous Independent Filmmaking Program equipment
Mimi Bean transcription
Tobie Caplette, To Be Heard Digital Films, Inc. still photography and filming
Austin Jansen clips
Clyde Owan still photography
Oneza & Associates graphic design
Suzanne Pelland graphic design
Jack Southall clips
Michael Stevulak photography and website services
Elthem Kabir, Md. Asaduzzaman transportation
Osman Yusuf accommodations
Firoze Ahmed too many things to list