In 2008, Darla Rae and Film It Productions released Dandy Kids, a documentary highlighting the lives of kids across the country with Dandy-Walker. Now, Darla and her company are working on the sequel: Fine and Dandy.
Fine and Dandy focuses on teens and adults with Dandy-Walker, illustrating how they are now thriving after an initial grim prognosis. This film can help grow Dandy-Walker awareness, increase education, and spur new research so that others will continue to be supported during their Dandy-Walker journeys.
You can help make this documentary a success by making financial contributions to cover production costs. All contributions are made to the Dandy-Walker Alliance and will be tax-deductible. Of the money raised, 10 percent will go to the Dandy-Walker Alliance to support families and fund research, and the rest will go to Film It Productions to make the Fine and Dandy documentary.
All who contribute will get a digital copy of the film upon its completion.
The Dandy-Walker Alliance, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity registered in the State of Maryland. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. IRS Tax ID 26-1265282.
About the Filmmaker:
Darla Rae is an award-winning filmmaker and the CEO of Film It Productions. Her first full-length feature film, The Goal, dealing with spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries, won numerous awards at international film festivals across three countries.
Rae's first documentary, Dandy Kids, also won awards, was screened before the United States Congress, and continues to help the medical community and children and families around the world.
Her team at Film It Productions are creating narrative and documentary films inspired by life's courageous warriors, ultimately empowering others while igniting the best of humanity.