From The Heart Productions
Fiscally Sponsored Indie Films and Projects

HBO’s I Am Evidence

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.

HBO's I Am Evidence

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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Whitehead: An Improbably Charmed Life

Documentary Film

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Born to a working class English family just after World War Two, Paul Whitehead was destined for ordinariness but his unique outlook, unquestionable talent, and joie de vivre led him to extraordinary adventures, friendship with rock luminaries, and experimentation with identity and perception that is anything but ordinary. Now in his 70s and forced to move from downtown LA, Paul looks back on a life of playing with perception and identity as he finds the setting for his third act. He’s not who you think he is and you might not be either.

Who Are You, Nanu?

Short Film

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After her Nanu’s (‘grandfather’ in Hindi) ceremonial cremation brings her to the Holy Ganges River in India, 8 year-old oddball Aisha befriends the phantom of her Nanu’s rambunctious 10 year-old self. After being told those who die go to the Moon by her father, a sentiment from a traditional Indian lullaby, Aisha and her Nanu’s ghost, named Little Nanu, go to that very place themselves. Fueled by curiosity and connection, together they discover what's after death and forge a relationship they never had the chance at whilst Nanu was alive.

Who taught you?

Documentary Film

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Celebrating the profession that creates all others.

Wind In Their Sails: Death and Resurrection

Documentary Film

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Bring them back from the dead

This film celebrates the classic yachts that have survived and the people who have dedicated their lives to maintaining them. These people are passionate about their work, and it shows in the way they talk about the boats and the care they take in maintaining them.

The dark side to this story is wooden boats need lots of tender loving care to keep them afloat and capable of sailing. Without that care these boats fall into disrepair quickly and every year several of them just disappear.

A few lucky boats find a way to come back to life and that is where our story begins.

Without Her

Narrative Feature

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Based on true events from millions of women around the world and told from the heart of a dog. Sophia is a young woman who has been putting up with her abusive relationship because she can't stand the thought of leaving her beloved dog, Storm behind. She has finally decided to leave with her dog and find a safe place for them both to start a new life together. Sophia quickly learns how much her support group has been damaged by the events in her abusive relationship and how difficult finding pet friendly shelter can be. She must find the strength and determination to find a shelter that will let her bring Storm along before she becomes another victim who returns to her abuser.

Yellow

Short Film

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A construction worker with Down’s syndrome endures abuse from his father while confiding in his boss.

You Don't Look Sick: A Documentary Series

Web/TV Series

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YOU DON'T LOOK SICK: A DOCUMENTARY SERIES follows the lives of 3 people with autoimmune disease and fibromyalgia during the height of the Coronavirus pandemic. Throughout the 6-episode series, Aliza, Justin and Ariana share their experiences getting diagnosed, living with chronic pain, maneuvering the healthcare system, finding effective treatments, managing intimate relationships, and enduring the struggle.

Your Love Is Strong (Proof of Concept)

Short Film

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This is a short film (proof of concept) for an upcoming inspirational feature film called "Your Love Is Strong." It's about a young woman's struggle to uphold her values and stay true to her faith as she navigates singlehood, dating, and her walk with God.