- Anyone touched by JHD/HD can participate - including friends, family, caregivers.
You can submit your video. Please visit the Entries page for details.
- I want to help out however I am not comfortable doing the video. What can I do?
We truly understand and respect the privacy of others! In no way does that mean that you cannot be a vital part of the Documentary. If you do not
feel comfortable creating a video, you can submit your personal story and connection with JHD/HD and we can provide your testimony within the
Film. You can still remain anonymous. Email your story to: James@WeHaveAFace.org
- If I donate to the movie what happens to the money and who is using it?
Throughout the entire project, all members of the Film Team work selflessly with the understanding that there is no financial gain. This also
applies to all individuals who will be interviewed (JHD/HD community participation and Medical Professionals). All donations go to the
production of the documentary. Please visit our Mission Statement
- What topics will you be discussing in the Documentary?
Please feel free to visit the Topic Overview page for the specific topics.
- Will you be interviewing or filming people with JHD or at risk for JHD?
Simply, yes. The Documentary will be incomplete without the brilliant JHD community! We are asking the JHD community to get involved, as well
as the HD community. We also wish to have the amazing care providers take part in this film. Each of us has a voice! Please contact us directly
for additional information.
- What will happen when the film is completed? Where can we see it or get a copy of it?
Once the film is completed (and edited), we are hoping to be able to send free copies (DVD/Blu-Ray) to a number of individuals within our
JHD/HD community. Other venues may receive the Documentary: Netflix, International Film Festivals. Please keep in mind that the appropriate
funding will allow for this to happen. Any proceeds from the sales of the DVD's or Blu-Ray's will go directly into Deshalamar CDC 501(c)3
programs and support for individuals within the JHD/HD community.