New Hope Celebrates History Launches Documentary Fundraiser

In keeping with its mission to honor the people, places, and moments that made New Hope one of the most vibrant LGBTQ communities in America, New Hope Celebrates History announces a campaign to raise $10,000 to complete the funding for a new documentary film with a working title, Nowhere but HERE.

Nowhere but HERE chronicles the lives, loves, parties, artists, authors, entrepreneurs, entertainers, and community activists who made New Hope their home. It’s also important that we preserve and celebrate how the New Hope community embraced lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals. It happened nowhere but here, which is why this film has to be made.”

Daniel Brooks, Director of New Hope Celebrates History and founder of New Hope Celebrates

The film, written and directed by local filmmaker Sara Scully and local award-winning videographer Bob Krist, will include lively interviews, dazzling digitalized artifacts and articles, fun club clips, and priceless photos spanning over 50 years. According to Brooks, much of the film production to date has been funded through donations, but the producers are $10,000 shy of their pre-production goal.

“We hope to get at least seven donations of $1,000 or more. Those donors will be called TheMagnificent Seven and be credited as a producer.”

To make any contribution, send a check payable to:

New Hope Celebrates at NHCH Film
PO Box 266
New Hope, Pa. 18938

To make an online donation go to www.newhopecelebrateshistory.org.

For further information or if you can be part of The Magnificent Seven contact Daniel Brooks at (215) 431-6674 or email dbrooks@newhopecelebrates.com.

The Bucks County Herald and River Towns Magazine are Official Media Sponsors of Nowhere but HERE and New Hope Celebrates History.

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