Thursday, November 14, 2019

The John Wayne Gacy Murders-Life & Death In Chicago: A John Borowski Film--GoFundMe Campaign

I have known John for a good number of years now and I have also reviewed a few of his movies. I appreciate the work that goes into each film he makes and he is currently raising funds for his current title
The John Wayne Gacy Murders.
He has a large group of films and books that he has released and with your help, he can hopefully get funding for the next couple of films he wishes to finish, but for now, he is working on getting funding for this one.
Below is the press release he has sent me and included is the link for the GoFundMe page for the film.

(Waterfront Productions) – John Wayne Gacy Murdered 33 young men in Chicago from 1972 to 1978. The production of a feature documentary film titled The John Wayne Gacy Murders: Life and Death in Chicago has been announced by filmmaker
John Borowski (H.H. Holmes: America’s First Serial Killer).
An online fundraiser has been created for Borowski’s next 4 serial killer films
focusing on John Wayne Gacy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Ed Gein, and Jesse Pomeroy, with Gacy being the first film made: gofundme/borowskifilms. The fundraiser has no end date until all of the four films are complete.
The film focuses on serial killer John Wayne Gacy’s time in Chicago and includes information about Gacy’s childhood and pre-Chicago years.
Chicago-centric, The film illustrates how Gacy avoided detection through his cunning nature and con man techniques. Filmmaker/author Borowski stated: “Gacy’s story is important in the history
of serial killers as well as the history of Chicago.” Having made a film on America’s First Serial Killer, H.H. Holmes, who operated in Chicago during
the 1893 Columbian Exposition, Borowski’s film on Gacy is an important film in his repertoire of films and books on some of history’s most fascinating
serial killer such as Albert Fish and Carl Panzram.
Production of The Gacy Murders is underway with Borowski leading the helm as producer, writer, and director. Casting is underway for actors to portray
Gacy at three different points in his life as a boy, young adult, and adult as well as Gacy’s victims. Borowski is also seeking locations to film which fit the 50’s and 70’s looks.
For more information, or to contact Borowski, view his website at:
John Borowski, Filmmaker/author
1751D W. Howard Street #262

Chicago, IL 60626

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