As Twitchy reported, “FrackNation” director Phelim McAleer and his team are hoping to make a film about Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell, who is currently serving life in prison. Though the filmmakers are still far from reaching their goal of $2.1 million, they have become the most funded movie ever on fundraising site Indiegogo.

The cause has so far raised $930,505 in less than three weeks. Deadline Hollywood reports that “Gosnell” has bested fundraising efforts by celebrities such as James Franco ($327,929) and Shemar Moore ($638,983)

RedState has a video of producer Ann McElhinney reading an excerpt from the Grand Jury report.

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