A new documentary on the case of Cameron Todd Willingham entitled “Burned” is nearing completion.
According to the filmmakers, all the footage has been shot and the film is in post-production. “It’s coming along well! We’ve partnered with the Arson Research Project and are creating a transmedia project”, the filmmakers told us on Twitter. You can follow the project on Twitter @projectBurned.
For more information, you can also visit the website at http://www.burned-documentary.org/.
For more on the case of Todd Willingham, visit http://www.camerontoddwillingham.com.
From the project’s website:
Burned is a new documentary by Jessie Deeter about Cameron Todd Willingham who was executed in 2004 for the arson deaths of his three young daughters, despite clear forensic evidence that the fire was not arson.
Currently, we have completed filming and are beginning post-production work with a target date of late spring 2011 for a rough cut. We’re grateful for the grants and donations we have received, but we still have some distance to cover – and we can’t get there without you.
Your contribution will help us with costs of editing, music, web site, sound design, festivals submission, color correction, office space and much more.
Please join us in our work to bring this story to the screen. Please spread the word…every dollar and every mention helps.
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