The Impact Factor Movie Kickstarter Launch

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Ken McArthur wants your help to produce a life-changing movie.

PHILADELPHIA - May 24, 2019 - eTradeWire -- Ken McArthur, author, speaker, marketer, and now, screenwriter and producer, is asking for the public's help to produce a movie that shows that everyone makes an impact whether they want to or not.

According to McArthur, The Impact Factor Movie is a drama he has written about a diverse group of Philadelphia residents who try to live significant lives, as they collide in interweaving stories of impact. This feature film is a mosaic of interrelated characters in search of power, peace, forgiveness, and meaning in a very noisy world. This movie follows the style of movies like Crash, Magnolia and Grand Canyon by showing the connections between diverse people in a tight geographic area and the impact our small actions have on the people around us. The movie was inspired by a true story about a Jamaican immigrant that was told to him at one of his workshops.
"You can have your name in the credits for as little as $10," he says. "But that is just the beginning. There are multiple rewards for investors. Every dollar counts!"

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$10 or more


You make history! Your name appears in the 'Thank You' section of the Closing Credits. You get the Impact Tools a package of personal development tools, courses, and books by world-class experts sent to you by email. If you buy them online, you pay over $1000! Now you get all of them for just $10!

$20 or more


You will be among the first people in the world to watch the digital movie online. (Others might have to wait many weeks, maybe even months… But You Get it First!) Plus you get access to the complete package of Personal Development Products (books, courses, etc) with a total value of over $1000.

There are more rewards on the Kickstarter site at

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