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Her sacrifice turned the tide for women’s freedom.
Your Support grants you IMDb Credit, Gifts, and a
Legacy of championing Equal Rights for All ~

Tax-Deductible! Donations are processed through nonprofit Wild West Women, Inc. via PayPal. Please Specify “For Into Light” in the notes of your donation. Thank You Dearly! SEE BELOW FOR PERKS!

About our Budget:
Actual costs for this film to be completed are $9,000 minimum, with favors and stipends instead of normal rates for our award-winning crew. Promotion and submission to film festivals is another $1,000 or more. We’ve already raised $4,000 thanks to incredible people like you! Hooray! See our wonderful perks below.

Any extra support we receive will ensure that those who’ve been willing to work for free or a teensy stipend will be honored more equitably for their time, and our production can shine all the brighter.

WANT TO BE IN OUR CROWD SCENE Feb 10th, 5pm-10pm in Culver City, CA?

We aim to make this Proof of Concept short as beautiful and powerful as it can be, so it’ll be easier to secure financing for a feature film about Inez next year ~ on the centennial of the 19th Amendment ~ and reach bigger audiences to inspire people to VOTE in 2020! Help bring our true history to light, and get IMDb credit!

To read the script, or for more info, please contact Amy @

*Visionary Productions is a subsidiary of Fractured Atlas, a well-established non-profit organization, which processes all of our donations and donor information.

All donations are Tax-Deductible
and grant you IMDb film credit, special perks, and deep gratitude

Be a Champion of Equal Rights:

Short intro to the project, with actress and writer/producer Amy Walker


Live action short film: COMING SOON ~ WITH YOUR HELP
Your Tax-Deductible Donation grants you an IMDb Credit
in the film and other GIFTS. ~ SEE ABOVE

2020 is the Centennial of the 19th Amendment’s ratification, confirming women’s right to vote as equal citizens.
This powerful TRUE story inspires us to take action and build upon the suffragists’ legacy and goal ~ equal rights for all.


In the clutches of terminal illness, suffragist Inez Milholland steels herself for the final speech of her tour ~ rallying the nation to give women the right to vote. Though President Wilson and most of the voting men see the cause as a threat, still she persists. At the pinnacle of her speech, she galvanizes the throngs with an uplifting message, but suddenly collapses before she is able to finish. As her family pleads for her life, Inez insists on finishing her speech, reminding us that as many men have died for our Freedom, now women must show us how to live for it.


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