WITH YOUR HELP, WE'VE RAISED OVER $30,000 TO MAKE THIS FILM.
KEF has recently completed an Indiegogo Campaign to raise money to make the film NERVE, the story of how a small Kentucky town led the fight to safely dismantle the world's chemical weapons.
Directed by activist and filmmaker Ben Evans, the film will highlight the life and work of KEF's founder Craig Williams, and grassroots effort to end chemical weapons incineration. NERVE will expose audiences to the hazards of toxic substance stockpiles, and the dangers unsafe disposal methods pose for communities across the globe.
Though our Indiegogo fundraiser is over, you can still support the film by donating here.
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