A new British short film has a week to hit its funding target, and could really use your help and support – more details here.

There’s just over a week to go for a terrific-sounding short film, Taylor, to reach its funding target on Kickstarter. And it’s just the kind of project that really needs help to spread the word.

It’s from writer Annie Rowe, who has penned the story of a young gay teenager who is being bullied. But his life is turned around when a new friend teaches him boxing, and Rowe has written the film to try and get the message out to vulnerable young people that love wins.

It’s being directed by Isaac Tomiczek, and features a cast of rising stars. It looks a special project this, and you can find out more about it here.

It’s got just over a week to hit its target of £20,000, and if you can help spread the word or put a little bit of money in its direction, it’d be hugely appreciated.

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