From The Heart Productions
Fiscally Sponsored Indie Films and Projects
From the Heart Productions Fiscal Sponsorship Program
is designed to carry out our mission to help independent filmmakers who have unique projects that make a contribution to society, get their films funded.
Working with our 501(c)3 non-profit, fiscally sponsored filmmakers can offer donors tax deductions for their donations. Our “boutique” program sets itself apart by offering hands-on personalized attention, support, and film funding advice from our board members and staff.
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A Female -Led Film: "How to Successfully Fail in Hollywood"
A deal is struck, who will win? Let the epic failures begin.
It was no surprise to Ellie when she took a career placement test, and the results revealed her top skill: Artist, Performing Arts. Years later, she didn't know her top skill would actually be the expert on successfully failing in Hollywood. A surreal twist unfolds on the way to her dream, as she unwittingly becomes an anti-detonator guide to prevent a failure bomb. Life-changing adventures ensue with her gay, Latino friend Ben, when they make a crucial deal -- while each try to retrieve an authentic self outrageous circumstances. This is Hollywood darling, even angels have agents.
PATRICK (30s, bitter paraplegic) must enlist the help of his cantankerous neighbor ROBERT (60s, double arm amputee) to transport the four-year-old daughter he never knew he had to live with her maternal grandparents on the other side of the country.
This is an authentically cast film with two lead actors with disabilities but the movie is NOT about disability.
Firestorm'77 The Honda Canyon Fire
On December 20, 1977, at 7:06 AM, gale winds blow down a power line into a deep canyon, on the southern portion of a United States Air Force Strategic Air Command installation on the Central Coast of California. Santa Ana winds, sometimes in excess of a 100 miles per hour, take a small resulting spark, ignite it and transform it into a conflagration. Within a few hours, the fire will take the lives of the Base Commander and two Fire Chiefs. The loss of senior management results in irreparable harm; those on the front-lines of the fire now have to fend for themselves. Firestorm '77 tells the true stories of those who survive and those who did not.
Hashtag Blessed The Movie - A Christmas Film
It’s Christmastime and Jessi is all but excited. She finds herself with comparisonitis in the world of social media. Other women her age just seem to “have it all”, including that engagement ring. Jessi finds herself frustrated over her job at the local big box store, still struggling with the loss of her parents, and drowning in student loan debt. Her Grandma and friends seem to be concerned for her health and well being, and only want Jessi to be happy.
Will Jessi ever see the love that is right in front of her? Will she continue down her dark path of negativity and struggle, or will the magic of Christmas shine light on her future?
Mission Fat Hearts
A heartwarming animated Christmas tale about spreading kindness.
Santa is discouraged about seeing so many names on the naughty list. He devises a plan and sends his newest elf, Kisa, to test his plan. She recruits some very special pups, Pookie & Thor, to help her give top-secret missions of kindness to kids. The mission: Help Santa spread more love & joy during the holiday season.
Parallel Worlds: A Rock-n-Roll Love Story
Pictures of Infinity
Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution
There’s a Revolution Transforming Education and it’s NOT Happening in the Classroom!
As Schoolhouse Rocked follows one family's journey from reluctant homeschoolers to enthusiastic advocates, it breaks down common misconceptions about home education, and opens the window into the live of the many families who have been impacted by the homeschool revolution.
“This is not an exaggeration to say, this is the movement that is needed to save this country.”
– Rick Green, Wallbuilders
“We believe homeschooling is critically important if we are to save our republic and the Christian family and church.”
– Kirk Cameron, Actor and Producer
The Curious Incident of Everett Wilder
The Steward - Quest For The Sword
The fate of civilization is uncertain as rumors spread across the land of an ancient evil king and impending war. Upon hearing such news, many leave their homes in search of a mythic sword wielded long ago by a hero known as the STEWARD. But the sword has been lost for centuries and the Steward of old has also faded into into myth and legend.
The Tiny House Movie
To Life, The New Generation of Jews Find Their Voice
TO LIFE reveals a world often represented, but rarely understood. There has never been more attention on the Jewish people. Stereotype laced narratives have reached millions of screens. Antisemitic hate crimes in the US are at their highest recorded level. While headlines rarely tell the whole story, a distorted image of the Jewish people is costing lives. What does a Jewish life look like in 2020? TO LIFE will take an inside look at the evolving subcultures within a community that is over 5000 years old.
WOVEN IN TIME
Logline: A figure skater with her eyes on Olympic gold, finds herself catapulted toward suicide, after she is suddenly disabled from a car accident.
Description: The pilot as a narrative feature, is adapted from the Summer Ray book series. The (protagonist) is Summer Ray Sherwood; a Yankee woman who grew up near the Gettysburg Battlefields. Summer is a college student and an aspiring figure skater, well on her way to Olympic glory! Yet, while researching the Battle of Gettysburg for her history class, she unexpectedly meets an embittered Civil War ghost, Union Colonel Michael Moses McDaniels, on Big Round Top in Gettysburg. Woeburn the (antagonist) vows to stop her promise of peace.