Yes, the film may be “done,” but you can still get your name in the credits! So, check them out here – they are updated before any new film festivals we may be in. As of August 1, 2018, we have only $18,000 (out of $118K!) more to go to complete our full project budget – focusing next on distribution, legal, packaging, licensing, and marketing costs as we get the film “out there” to the targeted groups such as law schools, legislators, and Innocence Projects (to name only a few). It is never too late to make a tax-deductible donation & get your name into the film.  All donations are acknowledged on the website; these below have donated at the $350 or more to secure a place in the final credits.

Projects like this cannot happen without the participation of many people. Some donate their time, others their talent, and still others, their hard-earned cash.

This page is dedicated to the financial supporters who would like to help change the conversation about criminal justice reform in the United States.

Final credits in the film begin at the $350+ level of support. If you want to see your name up on the big screen, you know what to do! Repeat donors will have their gifts tallied for possible “moving up” in the credit categories. Dollar amounts will NOT be indicated in the film – they are here now only to quickly educate website visitors on the levels to strive for to be in a film credit category. For any questions or corrections concerning these credits, please use our CONTACT page.

Final credits “addition time” closes on Wednesday 4/4/18 at 5pm in order to be in the Friday 4/20/18 RiverRun Film festival screening.

“Executive Producer” ($25,000+)

Redge Hanes

“Associate Producers” ($10,000+)

Eva Wu & Randy Royer

“Reform Leadership Circle” ($5,000+)

Woody Clinard
The Millennium Fund

“Justice Lake Legacy Circle” ($2500+)

Gayle Anderson
Richard Reidy
Chris & Jack Ritchie

“Circle 17” ($1700-2499)

$100+ for every year Greg was in prison

Susan & Jack Campbell
Adrienne Amos Livengood
Debbie & Harry Price
Martine & Everette Strickland
Rebecca (Becky) Taylor

“Reform Activists” ($1000-1699)

Diane Behar & Doreen Hughes
Karen Cross & Steve Scroggin
Kelley & Drew Hancock
Cathy & David Hurd
Marjorie Jamback
Pat & Don Johansson
Annemarie Pantazis
Ken Steele

“Jurors” ($500-999)

Matt & Suzanne Case
Joe & Pam Dillon
Margaret Elliott & Ann Shoffner
Barker French
Rob & Maureen Hall
Jim Hanes III
Ann & Gerry Hopkins
Margaret Keller
Kate & David Lambeth
Campbell University Law School
Donna & Bill Lawler
Randy Melson
Piper Millsaps & Sharon Wilmoth
David Neill
Pinnacle Key Group
Tim Prout
Michelle & Alex Schenker
Earl & Helen Scott
Lenore Shamey
Caroline & Tom Stopyra Family
Melody Thomson
Anne “Cookie” Wilson
Ann Zimmerman

“Witnesses” ($350-499)

David Ball & Susan Pochapsky
Alberto & Patricia Carrillo
Carole Dean
Shirley Fly
Leslie & Dick Jamback
Pam Lepley & Matt Carpenter
Janet & Josh Loew
Tracey & Ken Maxwell
The Ostberg Family
Patty & Tom Ricono
Sheila & James Wallace


LEVELS BELOW $350 ARE ALL INCLUDED ON OUR WEBSITE AS ALL DONATIONS ARE VALUED AND CONTRIBUTE TO THIS FILM HAVING TRUE IMPACT.  Many more of our donors fall into these remaining two categories: “FILM FAN” ($100-349) or “FILM FRIEND” ($1-99). It has taken ALL of us to get this far. And, you may even be close to a tally of $350 or to jump “up”  a category, if you are a repeat donor.  For any questions, please contact Gregg Jamback here.


Thank You, “FIRST WAVE” Supporters! You Got Us Going! And You ARE in the Credits!
Any donor who jumped in by early November 2016 when we first began to fundraise was guaranteed recognition in the film’s final credits – regardless of amount given!

Patty & Bruce Goodrich
Cathy & Glen Kelley
Lenore Shamey
Paige Dillon & Dan Lawlor
Tommie Melson & Sam Sanger
Caron Armstrong
Jo Dawson
Bill & Sue Browning
Drew Setchfield
Mary Law & Karen Kitchens-Law
Sue Kneppelt
Ann Zimmerman
Kathryn Setchfield
Pam Lepley & Matt Carpenter
Steve Scroggin & Karen Cross
Mitch Termotto & Scott Dahlin
Josh & Janet Loew
Julie Palm & Nelson Warner
Margaret Elliott & Ann Shoffner
Eva Wu & Randy Royer
Grace Ellis
Jeannette & Ron Caviness
Rev. Stewart Ellis
Nancy Mershon
Chris & Cindy Sheaffer
Jack & Susan Campbell
Eileen Young & Mignon Dobbins
Jim Burnham
Susan Brittain
Phyllis & Michael Oliphant
Tom Moore
Elisabeth & John Motsinger
Tina Wells
Carol & Bob Weldin
Hank Marsh
Keith Murphy
Janet Joyner
Ann Roberts
Kelley & Drew Hancock
David Swift
Joy Cameron
Ken Otterbourg & JoAnne Vernon
Shawn Angell
Meribeth Robinson
Crystal Simmons
Ralph & Carey D’Agostino
Sharon Wilmoth & Piper Millsaps
Matt & Cornelia Barr
Bernie Gaither
Joyce & Eric Townson
Ben Fyten
Mary Jo Keegan & Pam Knourek
Donna & Bill Lawler
Jenny Kim & Norma Jean Wilkes
Debra Powers Millay
Carroll Leggett

** Reminder, ALL donors can be found on our website where we THANK OUR DONORS, and they are listed by fundraising campaigns. If you feel you have been left off any list in error, we apologize. Please contact us immediately.

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Greg Taylor – Ghost

tells the story of Greg’s time in prison and his lost relationship with his daughter.
Footage that’s not in IPOJ!
You can stream ($3.99) or download ($9.99) Ghost by clicking the link below.

Support This Project

With your contribution, we can make a powerful impact on our nation. Help bring criminal justice reforms to the rest of the country.

In Pursuit of Justice is a fiscally sponsored project of the International Documentary Association (IDA), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions are payable to the IDA and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.