Having raised over $20,000 in our previous campaign to fund Episode 3, we're setting a goal to raise $30,000 to fund Episode 4. With three episodes finished, we are just one episode away from completing this first 4-part mini-series on The Road to Revolution.
Entitled "Ambition", Chapter 4 picks up right where #3 left off, with Joseph Baines' threat of Reverend Laud, "I do not believe you will ever see London". When it comes, justice is swift and unforgiving.
We warmly welcome contributions of any amount. While large donations are certainly very helpful, lots of small contributions can really add up. So please help us by sharing this information with friends via email, facebook, twitter or any other social medium.
With your help, we can continue producing this great show and others like it for many years to come. On behalf of the cast, crew and families of Colony Bay - THANK YOU for your support!
Please note that contributions are not tax-deductible.
About Courage, New Hampshire
The great American experiment is being celebrated in the farm country of Oak Glen, California, where a new kind of film company, Colony Bay Productions, is bringing us all back to the gloriously ancient New World in their flagship series, Courage, New Hampshire. It's the tale of a shire town on the western border of New Hampshire in the years prior to the Revolutionary War, when the sons of liberty carried out frontier justice in a struggle against royal tyranny.
In an entertainment world full of remakes and reality shows, and very little attention to American history, Colony Bay has set out to tell challenging, intelligent, heroic and redemptive stories about the Christian heritage that continues to define our nation. We're a band of Hollywood veterans like Basil Hoffman ("The Artist"), along with newcomers to the industry and entire families learning the craft by pursuing it.
For more information, please visit http://colonybay.net
or contact Executive Producer Jonathan Wilson at (626) 792-1762.
Team on This Campaign:
Producer, Casting Director