Psychological Thriller/Horror “My Baby Cries” by Faith Elizabeth launches Indiegogo campaign for production.

Written by Actress and Producer Faith Elizabeth ‘My Baby Cries’ explores the gruelling struggles of a young couples journey into parenthood. and is tackling on screen traumatic issues like; depression, miscarriage and infertility, and follows the destructive psychological struggles that Sara and Abe battle. The team behind the project are currently running a crowdfunding campaign to help with the costs of production and would love your help in either donating to the project or helping spread the news of this campaign across your social media channels.

 

“My Baby Cries” is an expression of pain that has profoundly affected my life. I suffered a miscarriage at 21 years old, it was so traumatic loosing my baby. It broke my heart. I cried for months and I struggled with depression, as many people do in a similar situation. Then last year my Sister and my Best Friend tragically lost their babies in the same week. It was a very dark time, supporting some of the people I love the most suffer so much pain and knowing exactly how they felt. Following this my friend sadly struggled to get pregnant again, she was having fertility issues and she was even looking into IVF.
 
I am so passionate about this film, as I hope it sheds light on the very real pain that millions of people face. I am excited (if a little nervous), taking on such a huge topic. I feel so much responsibility- especially as this will also be my Directorial debut”.

 

Donating isn’t just about supporting them financially, you’ll become a crucial part of their success.

Support their film to get priority access updates, exclusive content as well as selecting perks like owning a piece of the film as a signed prop or piece of costume or joining them for a Q&A Zoom Party Screening.

You can support them here:

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/my-baby-cries-short-film-by-faith-elizabeth/x/4194115#/

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