Atlanta, GA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/04/2014 -- Although it can't be determined why, Cancer is the number one cause of death to children with nearly 160,000 children being diagnosed worldwide annually and of those an estimated 90,000 will lose their young lives to the disease. It is the only disease that doesn't discriminate and occurs regularly and randomly and cannot, like adult cancers, be linked to particular lifestyle or environmental risk, which makes it even harder on those suffering from it or supporting a child fighting it. Like seven-year-old Sarah, who suffers with childhood cancer and is living through the hardships of day to day treatments and their impact until she meets Amy, the clown that changes her life, Sarah's story is an inspirational short film being shot by Georgia Peach Productions who have recently launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise capital to complete filming and begin marketing and distribution.
SEND IN THE CLOWNS is being directed by first time director, Carmelle Danneman. Georgia Peach Productions is dedicated to making films that create awareness, meaning, hope, and value to life. Funding will go specifically towards the completion of the film, the premiere of the film, and then for submissions to different film festivals worldwide, including: Sundance Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Atlanta Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Cinequest Film Festival, and the Aspen Film Festival.
About Georgia Peach Productions
The mission of the production company is to reach as many individuals as possible with the message of SEND IN THE CLOWNS in order to inspire and bring hope to both those whose lives have been affected by cancer and those whose lives have not. Angel investors in this project will receive one of several perks for their participation ranging from digital download copies of the film to IMDB Executive and Associate Producer credits.
For more information, visit SEND IN THE CLOWNS