• Our documentary tells the intimate stories of elders, home care workers and a system that is failing them both. Pls help us finish it.

    Please support this beautiful and moving film about home care workers - who we may all come to rely on in our old age.

  • Sundance supported documentary tells the epic story of the Faroe Islands and the marine pollution that affects us all.

    This beautiful and lyrical project from Mike Day will pitch at Good Pitch Europe 2015 in Oslo in March.

    Support the completion of the project and enjoy a stunning visual treat!

  • No Fire Zone has been updated, expanded and incorporates dramatic new evidence. Now it needs your help to be seen around the world.

    Please support this Good Pitch New York and Good Pitch London alumnus - the team are doing remarkable work supporting the call for an independent international enqiry into the atrocities at the end of the 2009 Sri Lankan Civil War.

  • Award-winning film about immigration, fast food, and making your own justice. Bring it to a theater near you!

    This plucky project pitched at Good Pitch New York in 2013 and now they are looking for your support!

  • Has your life been touched by Alzheimer's? Portraits of caregivers and a community connected through compassion.

    Please support this beautiful campaign, built around Good Pitch NY 2012 alum, The Genius of Marian.

  • We did it! Now let's send Hina and her message of aloha - love, honor and respect for all - to China!

    This is the follow up project from the filmmakers behind a Good Pitch Silverdocs 2009 project, 'Out in the Silence'.

    These filmmakers have an outstanding track record of successful campaign and community building - support them!

  • ALMOST SUNRISE tells the story of two friends, Tom and Anthony, who embark on an epic journey to heal from their time in combat.

    This cracking pair of filmmakers pitched their last project - Give Up Tomorrow - at Good Pitch in New York in 2010.

    Support their latest venture!

  • Three homeless teenagers brave Chicago winters, the pressures of high school, and life alone on the streets to build a brighter future.

    Homestretch pitched alongside a fantastic lineup at Good Pitch Chicago 2013.

    Help Homestretch get to the end of the homestretch!

  • When the Vatican censures American nuns for "radical feminism," three sisters stand up for their spiritual convictions.

    Radical Grace pitched (as 'Sister') at Good Pitch Chicago in October 2013, to fantastic reception.

    Get the sisters into - and out of - the edit!

  • Thanks to your participation, this campaign is a success! You can still help get the film out. Please join us: www.citizenkoch.com

    Citizen Koch was pitched in San Francisco 2012 by Carl Deal and Gillian Caldwell.

  • This shocking proof of secret war crimes committed during the Sri Lankan Civil War urgently needs to be shared with the world.

    Pitched at GPNY 2013 -
    This is a story of recent war crimes that need to be acknowledged.

    Help the team share their film with the world.

  • Penny Woolcock followed the peace process between two of the biggest gangs in Birmingham. This film can change lives.

    One Mile Away was pitched by Penny and Dylan at Good Pitch Europe in 2012.

    We are incredibly excited to see what these guys will do with the money they raise!

  • What does it mean to risk your life for your ideals? How far will five revolutionaries go to fight for the future of their country?

    After pitching at Good Pitch Europe 2012, The Square has since gone on to premiere an advanced cut at Sundance Film Festival.

    Please support and help make this film the remarkable finished product it promises to be.

  • A documentary film about the tragedy of Alzheimer's disease, the power of art and the meaning of family.

    The Genius of Marian pitched at Good Pitch New York 2012.

    Help Banker complete this moving documentary and share it with the world.

  • Help us share Pierre Dulaine's journey, as he bridges the gap between Jewish and Palestinian-Israeli children through dance.

    Dancing in Jaffa pitched at Good Pitch New York in 2012.

    Now more than ever this project needs your support.

  • A cinema documentary about nature, evolution and the future of childhood.

    The indomitable twin forces of David Bond and Ashley Jones pitched this project at Good Pitch Europe 2011, and boy are we pleased to see it gracing the pages of the Kickstarter website.

    Give, and give generously, for they will do much with your cash!

  • For two decades, the Yes Men have pulled off hilarious media hoaxes to expose corporate crimes. Now, they are approaching middle age, struggling to stay in the fight against climate change. Can they get it together before the ice caps melt?

    Welcome to Good Pitch, Yes Men!

    Good Pitch San Francisco hosted the Yes Men for the first time on their third film back on October 23rd 2012.

    Give, and give generously.

  • Help us fund screenings of Brooklyn Castle for the communities, schools, parents and kids affected by after-school programs!

    Brooklyn Castle pitched at Good Pitch NY 2011 and we are so please to see the film finished and building on its sucessful festival run by making its way into cinemas (ok, it's in US cinemas, so I'll call them 'theaters').

    Support the filmmakers and the kids at IS 318!

  • Meet Ghana’s skate soccer team, who play an extreme sport invented to suit their disability.

    Producer Steven Markovitz moderated our first Good Pitch Squared event - and the first Good Pitch to touch African shores - in Johannesburg in 2011.

  • The inspiring story of a 15-year-old homeless and undocumented girl in CA who refuses to give up her dream of being an artist

    By Sean & Andrea Fine, Inocente was pitched in an early iteration at Good Pitch at Hot Docs 2009, and then again once much advanced, in San Francisco 2010.

    Following a homeless, undocumented teenager, this truly is a story of our time. Please help them reach their target!

  • DETROPIA features Detroiters who refuse to leave the building, even as the flames rise. An engrossing and essential cinematic tapestry.

    Heidi Ewing & Rachel Grady are the makers of Jesus Camp and 12th & Delaware.

    They pitched DETROPIA when it was just a twinkle in their eye, at Good Pitch at Tribeca in May 2010.

    The film premiered at Sundance 2012.

  • "We can't let the news be one-sided." -Tiger Temple "You never know what you can do until you try." -Zola

    Stephen Maing pitched High Tech, Low Life at Good Pitch at Silverdocs in June 2009.

  • A film 12-years in the making about the educational journey of two middle class African-American boys. Broadcasting on POV in 2013.

    American Promise was pitched by directors Joe Brewster and Michele Stephenson at Good Pitch at Tribeca in 2010.

  • First, a film about banana workers saying Dole had made them infertile. Then Dole's attack on the filmmakers. Time for another film!

    Fredrik Gertten joined Good Pitch Europe in June 2012 to pitch this sequel to BANANAS!

  • We've been invited to premiere our documentary at the Berlin International Film Festival - but we need your help!

    The directors behind Call Me Kuchu, Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall, pitched for further funding and outreach support at Good Pitch Europe in June 2012.

  • Moving Windmills is a feature-length documentary that tells the true story of William Kamkwamba, a young innovator from Malawi, Africa.

    Ben Nabors and Tom Rielly pitched this moving story from Malawi at Good Pitch at Tribeca in May 2010.

  • Brooklyn Castle looks at the challenges and triumphs of a champion junior high chess team hit hard by public school budget cuts.

    Brooklyn Castle pitched for funding and outreach support at Good Pitch New York in May 2011.

  • “Studio H” is a film which documents a year in the life of one of America's most innovative classrooms.

    Studio H will be pitching at Good Pitch San Francisco 2012 in October this year.

    Welcome aboard!

  • We Are Many is a feature length documentary on the story and legacy of the biggest protest in history, which took place on 15 Feb 2003.

    Brothers Taghi and Amir Amirani pitched We Are Many at Good Pitch UK in 2010.

  • THE UNDOCUMENTED is a 90 cinema verite documentary that exposes a little known consequence of current U. S. immigration policy.

    Marco Williams pitched this project at the very first Good Pitch, at Hot Docs in 2009.

  • A documentary that follows Nobel Laureate Professor Yunus as he brings his unique and revolutionary microfinance program to the U.S.

    Gayle Ferraro pitched her project To Catch A Dollar: Muhammad Yunus Banks on America at Good Pitch IFP in September 2009.

  • A proposed uranium mill in rural Colorado is creating a raging debate among residents that is tearing the community apart.

    Uranium Drive-In will be pitching at Good Pitch San Francisco 2012 in October.


  • AI WEIWEI: NEVER SORRY is the first feature-length documentary about China's (in)famous artist and activist, Ai Weiwei.

    Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry was pitched by its director, Alison Klayman, at Good Pitch New York in May 2011.

  • Four LGBT Ugandans fight for justice and freedom on the frontlines of Africa's gay rights movement.

    The directors behind Call Me Kuchu, Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall, pitched for further funding and outreach support at Good Pitch Europe in June 2012.

  • The Anderson Monarchs are talented scholars and gifted athletes who are creating a level playing field for girls everywhere.

    Eugene Martin pitched this documentary about a girls soccer team at Good pitch at Tribeca in May 2010.

  • We're making an independent Oscar run with our documentary film Granito to reach millions with its message of social justice. Join us!

    Paco de Onis, Pamela Yates and Peter Kinoy's GRANITO: How to Nail A Dictator was a featured project at Good Pitch Silverdocs 2009.

    They raised more than $37k to support their drive to fund their independent bid for an Oscar nomination.

  • An internationally renown ballroom dancer Pierre Dulaine teaches 10yr old Palestinian and Israeli children to dance together in Jaffa.

    Hilla Medalia and Diane Nabatoff presented Dancing in Jaffa at Good Pitch New York 2012.

  • A film about Lott Industries, who employ 1200 workers with developmental disabilities. How can we create more opportunities for the disabled to work?

    Director Victor Buhler pitched A Whole Lott More at Good Pitch Silverdocs in 2010.

  • Power Poetry will be the world's first mobile/online youth poetry community. It will interactively engage the inner activist in young poets.

    Power Poetry is the online youth poetry community built by the makers of documentary, To Be Heard, which pitched at Good Pitch San Francisco in 2010.