Documentary

I am working with filmmaker Jeremy Ervine who approached our family to make a documentary that will change the law for terminally ill and incurably suffering people in Australia, who at present have no choices around end of life process.

My reason for doing this is to ensure I have done the utmost I can for enabling Australians to have a medical choice, which is simply that, a choice they may never use for assisted death in cases of terminal illness like myself, and incurable illness and suffering.

You can follow the progress of the documentary by liking the film on Facebook at:

http://www.facebook.com/fadetoblackdoco

I have raised over $120,000 towards the production of the documentary through Indiegogo, however this only covers the initial production costs of filming.

I urge everyone to donate to this very important project. Any amount you could afford would be highly appreciated, every dollar counts.

You can make a donation by one of the following methods:

Donations can also be made direct to: 

Account Name: Peter Short Documentary Ptd Ltd
BSB: 015 343
Account Number: 289193404

or via PayPal donations@petershort.com.au

If preferred a cheque or money order can made out to Peter Short Film Documentary Ptd Ltd and posted to the following address:

Peter Short Documentary Pty Ltd
PO Box 3112
Rundle Mall
South Australia      5000

2 thoughts on “Documentary

  1. Yesterday, I was at a team huddle at Coles Express, where your documentary was mentioned along with requests for donations. No mention of your journey and quest for dying with dignity. Just you need money for a doco about your family….I feel there was an opportunity lost…The powers that be let you down. With the correct information a lot of money could have been raised.

  2. Fantastic Peter… surely that 30 minute conversation must progress the DWD cause enormously. Surely too, it will encourage donations towards the documentary….anything seems possible now! Well done!!

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