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Delikado

Three environmental crusaders confront murder and betrayal as they battle to save an island paradise in the Philippines

$131,620

FUNDS RAISED OF $140,000
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  • $131,620

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  • 1st June 2023

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Paradice Family Foundation
$25,000
Matt Pinkney
$500
Anonymous
$100
Palm Avenue Foundation
$5,000
Jerick Alikpala
$50
Gary Hartley
$20
Mutya Aller
$100
Eliza Geoff Kurtz Gilmour
$100
Bianca Havas
$50
Vicky Bonwick
$500
MaiTri Foundation
$25,000
Shark Island Foundation
$25,000
Chris Johnston
$100
Rob Innes
$100
MaiTri Foundation
$25,000
Ryan Cooper Family Foundation
$25,000

Other Confirmed Support


Confirmed funders
Private Investment: $140,220 Bertha Foundation: $21,000 Sundance DFP: $49,000 SFFILM Vulcan Environmental Fellowship: $35,000 Mountainflilm Commitment Grant: $3,500 Vulcan Productions: $70,100 TIME Studios: $70,100 ITVS Open Call: $455,700 Mai Tri Foundation: $25,000 Ryan Cooper Foundation: $25,000 Doc Society: $166,000 Producer's Contributions: $123,000

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