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Set in a quiet beach town in grunge-saturated 1994, Pans puts a feminist twist on the classic Peter Pan.
Set in a quiet beach town in grunge-saturated 1994, Pans puts a feminist twist on the classic Peter Pan.
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      Anne-Marie Schaaf on

      Congratulations and Thanks for your blog. I read regularly when I was unemployed with 3 school-age children, and it gave me a connection I badly needed, expanding my horizons and providing honest adult conversation. My contribution reflects my appreciation for you--and for Linda Goldstein Knowlton (I admire her Whale Rider and Somewhere Between and have found them to be very powerful media experiences for my 3 girls). Best wishes for a wonderful film. I'll be cheering for you!

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      Bonnie Stone on

      So excited for you on this venture ! Congrats

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      Bea Anderson on

      Rebecca, I have been reading your blog and watching your children grow up for many years. We're about the same age, but I feel like I have learned a huge amount from you. I was so excited for you to have this opportunity and on anxious tenterhooks waiting to hear the outcome! So, so thrilled for you. You are a lady of innumerable talents and I have no doubt you will SHINE on this new adventure. Go, sister! X

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      Beth Young on

      I am so excited for this project, mostly to see what I know will be an awesome film! Go be amazing Rebecca!

    5. Christine Cuccia on

      Good job chasing your dream!

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      Kelly Graham-Scherer on

      Really happy for you. I have been reading you for years and admire your drive. Used to blog years ago as Don Mills Diva but live in LA now and work in the film industry. Have lots of connections to crew etc here and while I'm sure you're covered, if you get in a bind on anything feel free to reach out.

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      Komal Minhas on

      So proud to be a backer and so proud to see you guys CRUSH your goal!! WOW!!

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      Amanda Stoddard on

      I've been reading GGC since before Fable was born. Having read thousands and thousands of Rebecca's words it's an absolute no brainer that she should be making a film, and a tremendous reward for all of us that she's making THIS film. Hoping beyond hope that we can pull this off. Go team!

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      Leah Crane on

      GGC was the first mommy blog I started to read in 2010, I've been planning to support this project since day one, im so happy my donation gets doubled by the angel today! :)

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      Deborah Hollister on

      I've been reading your blog since you were pregnant with Bo and Revi and always find your words brave and powerful. I can only imagine what you'll do with words and pictures!

    12. Mali Mish on

      We believe in you, Rebecca!

    13. Mina Nasseri on

      best of luck adam, greg, and co.!

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      marcel SARMIENTO on

      Happy to support this project!

    15. Christa Boarini on

      Let's make it happen! <3

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      Derek Hoffman on

      Great video. The intention of the piece really comes through. Here's to you getting to tell your story.

    17. rachel walker

      Wow, this project sounds awesome!! Happy to support it :)

    18. CL Keyzer on

      You've got this! Cant wait to see this movie. Its going to happen dang it.

    19. Jennifer Caleshu on

      Girls to the front - we're not sorry and it's our time for our stories. ❤️❤️❤️

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      Sarah Moray on

      So excited for this! Good luck and congrats!

    21. Suz Curtis on

      Go PANS! ❤️❤️❤️