Posted by: watchmancinema | September 13, 2010

Home Video Campaign

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Dear Friends,

An unseen battle is developing between the rights of parents and the authority of the government to direct the upbringing and education of children. The stakes are high; the outcome of this struggle will affect countless future generations.

“The Child” documentary will not only highlight the threats facing parental rights, but also the precious essence of family. We are convinced the most genuine way to do this is to use real home videos of real American families as the backbone of the film’s visuals.

Think of the message it will send to our audience, as they watch families much like their own; playing, celebrating, working, learning – simply being together. It will serve as a visual reminder for all of us: this is worth preserving.

To achieve this concept, Watchman Cinema needs your help. We need lots of home videos, showing lots of different families, doing lots of different things, in lots of different places. We would be honored if you would help us capture true diversity among the vast array of unique families all across the U.S.A.

All videos will be used anonymously, unless name recognition in the credits is specifically requested.
Owing to a tight production schedule, we will need to receive all submissions by September 30, 2010.
If you are willing to help us in this endeavor, please email for instructions on how to submit your home video via online or mail.

To learn more about “The Child,” visit

Thank you and Godspeed,

The Watchman Cinema team


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