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Kind Katie Movie Partners



3973 Foxglove Road
Tucker, GA 30084


Jon G. Graham
Jon G. Graham
Producer / Co-Writer / Manager

Jon Graham has shot, scripted, edited and produced numerous documentary shorts for corporate, non-profit and entertainment markets, winning multiple peer awards. He also has produced, directed and written for live stage for many years. He is in post-production of a documentary called Rimshots about the principle percussionist for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (retired). Graham also served as General Manager for a radio station and is a broadcasting entrepreneur and visionary on the leading edge of new media strategies. In 2012, Graham was asked to judge a division of the New York State Emmys. In 2016, Graham launched PeachFlicks – a distribution vehicle for Georgia-based independent film. A talented musician, he has performed in more than 30 states in the U.S. and seven European countries. In addition, Graham has recorded an album of his own and produced two albums that were distributed to Major League Baseball players. Graham has a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from Shorter University, a Master’s degree from New Orleans Seminary and has completed most of the work for his Doctorate from Luther Rice University. He is also an adjunct professor for the University of Phoenix and teaches American Media in Culture. Since 2007, Graham has served as State Missionary / Associate Consultant for video production for the Georgia Baptist Mission Board, providing video content for over 3600 partner churches across the state of Georgia. He also serves as CEO of PeachFlicks (since 2016) and he is CEO of Graham Creative, LLC - his production company.

Joshua W. Sims
Joshua W. Sims
Producer / Co-Writer / Manager

An artist at heart, Josh has been creating with his hands most of his life. When he was younger it was mud and Legos, but as he got older it became drawing / sketching / designing with ink and paper, playing music and song writing, graphic design, film making and woodworking. He knew he wouldn’t be a professional Lego Builder or later a famous musician, but he stayed close by spending many years behind a sound console mixing for live events in college, and later in a salaried position as a Church Media Director and then Video Producer. Since graduating college in 2008 with an BFA in Narrative Production, he’s hiked cameras all over the world telling stories of Missionaries and Humanitarian Non-Profits from India to Peru, the UAE to Panama. After a brief stint as Creative Director for a soon to be large corporate video agency in Atlanta, Josh started Paper Rocket Picture Company in 2012, where he serves as Producer / Storyteller. Also in 2012, Josh was asked to teach two sections of Video Production coursework at Gwinnett Technical College. In the 4 years he was there, he saw students leave his classes and go on to land internships and jobs in the Atlanta Film Industry. By the closing of 2016, Josh had Produced and / or Directed content for many national and a few global brands, as well as quite a few teaching curriculum DVD’s for various non-profits, and a men’s bible study series with former U.S. Navy Seals titled Common Man Uncommon Life. He has carved out a little piece of the farm life he grew up with on the east side of Atlanta where he spends his off days planting, woodworking and playing with his dogs. Josh has been CEO of Paper Rocket Picture Company since 2007 and is proud to be a manager for Kind Katie Movie Partners, LLC since March 2017

Chad Gundersen

Chad Gundersen

Production Consultant

Chad Gundersen’s producing career began 18 years ago while in college at the University of Texas. In 2006, Gundersen started his own company, Gundersen Entertainment, and has worked alongside studios and highly renowned filmmakers to produce life-changing films. Among Gundersen’s many projects are The Redemption of Henry Myers starring Erin Bethea and Drew Waters; Hoovey starring Patrick Warburton and Lauren Holly; and Owlegories (Gundersen Entertainment, 2014), an animated series for children. Gundersen currently is in development on numerous features.

Auric Steele

Auric Steele

Legal / Production Consultant

Auric Steele, a native of Toronto, Canada, is an attorney and media consultant specializing in intellectual property and media/entertainment transactions. He is licensed in multiple jurisdictions including New York, Georgia and California, and serves film, television and new-media clients in the major media centers of New York, Atlanta and Los Angeles. Auric is the principal of STEELE MEDIA LAW, LLC, a private legal services and consulting firm, which is based in Atlanta, Georgia. The firm provides contract services for the financing, development, production and distribution of film, television and new media content.

Drew Waters

Drew Waters

Production Consultant

Within his more than 13 yrs of industry experience, Drew has found success both behind and in front of the camera. Most recognized for his roles on the hit TV series Friday Night Lights and Breaking Bad, Drew channeled his industry contacts into the opening of his production company, Argentum Entertainment. Drew is an actor, director, and producer, eager to bring fresh ideas to life.

Erin Bethea

Erin Bethea

Production Consultant

With over a decade of entertainment experience, Erin's film career began in the starring role of 2008's #1 independent film, Fireproof. She then expanded her talents to include both performer & freelance marketer for companies like the Walt Disney Co. & Fox Home Entertainment. Now through producing with Argentum, Erin brings a unique understanding of the industry to quality projects.

Jeff Abramovitz

Jeff Abramovitz

Social Media Architect

Jeff is currently the Social Media Architect for a full service digital marketing agency. In his role as the Social Media Architect, Jeff oversees all campaigns that include organic content creation, curation and community management. He is solely responsible for developing client strategies and executing the plan for all paid social advertising. He's proficient with Facebook's advertising platform and has been instrumental in delivering a number of successfully converting campaigns for clients, including Coca-Cola, Atlanta Life General Agency, Compac/Baby Buddy oral care products, and other business verticals. Additionally, Jeff has worked on large faith based film promotions and has a passion to helping people and organizations understand and utilize the power of digital media to amplify their message.


Kind Katie Movie Partners
Jul 11, 2018

Maximum Number of Shares Offered subject to adjustment for bonus shares

Irregular Use of Proceeds

The Company might incur Irregular Use of Proceeds that may include but are not limited to the following over $10,000:


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Producer plans to make movie featuring Ringgold teen killed in car crash

Katie Beth Carter was a 2016 graduate of Heritage High School. She was also a dancer, college student, daughter, sister and friend to everyone she met. "She was the closest thing to a real life angel," said Kimi Carter, Katie's sister. Kimi says the fact Katie Beth isn't here right now still doesn't seem real. "She just loved people," she added. And she hopes a day never comes where she forgets how her sister looked and acted. Now, thanks to movie producer Jon Graham there's a greater chance she won't. "I'm hoping that this movie can capture all of that, and can capture her laugh and just her little quirks that she did," Kimi said. That's the plan for Graham's movie - Kind Katie.

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Movie being made about late Heritage High graduate

In the months following Ringgold resident Katie Beth Carter's death due to a car accident, the outpouring of support was tremendous, said her father, Jason Carter. Now, a plan is in the works to immortalize Katie's story on the silver screen. The 18-year-old was killed last September when a tractor-trailer struck her vehicle during her drive back to Jacksonville State University following the Labor Day holiday. Following her death, Carter and his wife started Live and Love Ministries to honor their daughter, and the leadership class she was in at Heritage High School raised over $50,000 to build a school in Nicaragua in her name. Katie's ballet troupe, Scenic City Dance Company, also raised money in her honor last December to help fund seniors in the program so they could continue to dance after graduating. And Jon Graham, a minister and friend of the Carter family, is currently working on feature film production of Katie's life.



Only HOURS remain...

Invest today because tomorrow will be too late.  


$11,000+ of voided investments ... and five days to go!

Hello investors and followers of our campaign ... just a note that there are ONLY FIVE DAYS left to become an investor for as little as $100.  Once the campaign closes, there will not be another opportunity to become an investor at that level.

YEAH, BUT YOU'VE EXTENDED BEFORE ... We are out of extensions.

YEAH, BUT YOU'RE PRESENTLY NOWHERE CLOSE TO YOUR MILLION DOLLAR GOAL ... We are pursuing a traditional film investment model as well as the REG CF model here on StartEngine and we are confident between both approaches we will have the film fully funded.  Hopefully very soon.

THAT'S COOL ... I ALREADY INVESTED! Please check on that ... in a recent audit we discovered over $11,000 of our investments WERE VOIDED because the investor (you) may not have re-affirmed your investment during an extension.  Please log in to your StartEngine account or email and verify your investment stands ... BUT DO THIS QUICKLY ... Like NOW

YEAH, BUT I BEST YOU'RE DISAPPOINTED YOU DIDN'T REACH YOUR BIG GOAL HERE ON STARTENGINE ... Yes and No. "Yes" because we'd like to be able to say we were the first to do it successfully strictly through REG-CF.  But "No" because, StartEngine charges a service fee to manage our campaign and any funds secured outside of this portal saves us that expense. And, we have almost 300 investors who will be outstanding ground-roots PR for us when we're ready to release the film.  So ... WIN/WIN in our opinion.

This is the Hail Mary pass ... it's the FINAL COUNTDOWN ... been thinking about it, stop thinking and start investing!

Jon & Josh (Co-Producers)


Some inspiration for you ...

Katie was known for her generous support and kindness to others.  One of her friends reached out to us yesterday.  

By the way - our average investment is $260 ... if the 111 "followers" of our campaign invested the average amount, we'd be over $106,000!  Let's make it happen.


Notice of Funds Disbursement

[The following is an automated notice from the StartEngine team].


As you might know, Kind Katie Movie Partners has exceeded its minimum funding goal. When a company reaches its minimum on StartEngine, it's about to begin withdrawing funds. If you invested in Kind Katie Movie Partners be on the lookout for an email that describes more about the disbursement process.

This campaign will continue to accept investments until its indicated closing date.

Thanks for funding the future.




I was reviewing the list of our investments since we began back last October.  I noticed several who's investments haven't been fully "invested".  Every investment is precious to us as we continue leading toward our goal.  Please check your investment status and make sure your investment has not been voided or refunded.  (A few of you who I'm sure think you're invested may be surprisded to learn you are not!) As we've done ammendments and extensions since October, it's very possible some of you have missed an email or text.  If your investment is voided or refunded and you meant to stay in as an investor, please go ahead and REINVEST.  

Some have asked how things are coming along ... it looks like we've stalled out doesn't it?  Actually, we've been focussing our attention on some invesmtent opportunities for folks who would like to make very sizeable investments, but would prefer not to do so here on Start Engine.  In fact, we've had one potential investor who would like to make a $250,000 investment - but he doesn't want to be the only one at that level - so we're asking YOU ... do you know a business or individual (or two or three) who'd consider a six digit investment?  We'd really love to chat.  Please reach out to us personally with your contact info.

And did you know that the new Federal tax law allows for 100% bonus depreciation for entertainment related investments?  That, combined with GA Tax credits could minimize your risk CONSIDERABLY!  Consult your CPA or Tax Advisor for those details.

Also - we have 400 folks "following us" on this page - yet only about 270 are investors.  Here's a challenge to you followers to become investors.  And a challenge to you investors to invest again.  We have never been more confident that the film is going to happen.  Don't be discouraged by what appears to be slow progress ... things are happening.


JON GRAHAM (producer)


Amending our Securities Offering

Hello! Recently, a change was made to the Kind Katie Movie Partners offering. Here's an excerpt describing the specifics of that change:

Kind Katie Movie Partners, LLC is extending their campaign.

When live offerings undergo changes like these on StartEngine, the SEC requires that certain investments be reconfirmed. If your investment requires reconfirmation, you will be contacted by StartEngine via email with further instructions.


Notice of Funds Disbursement

[The following is an automated notice from the StartEngine team].


As you might know, Kind Katie Movie Partners has exceeded its minimum funding goal. When a company reaches its minimum on StartEngine, it's about to begin withdrawing funds. If you invested in Kind Katie Movie Partners be on the lookout for an email that describes more about the disbursement process.

This campaign will continue to accept investments until its indicated closing date.

Thanks for funding the future.



What Kind Katie and Star Wars have in common.

I shared this on social media, but I wanted to share it here too.  If you've been following and haven't yet invested, please consider becoming an investor.  

On May 25th, 1977 movie history was made when STAR WARS released. It stayed in theaters until November of the following year. WAIT … STOP … READ THAT AGAIN … It stayed in theaters for 18 months! Today movies are lucky to stay in theaters for three weeks.

A month before its release, George Lucas signed a hasty deal with a little toy company from Cincinnati named KENNER. (The deal was hasty because Lucas agreed to a measly 5% royalty on toy sales.)

But there was a problem … there was NO WAY Kenner could have the toys ready in a month. In fact, they couldn’t have them ready by Christmas. So what did they do? They sold a promise.

On Christmas morning when every kid in America wanted Star Wars toys – hundreds of thousands of kids around the globe unwrapped … A PIECE OF CARDBOARD.

Kenner convinced America to spend $11.99 on a certificate that would eventually be redeemed for four action figures that would arrive sometime between February 1st and June 1st. That took moxie on the part of Kenner – and at least $12 worth of faith on the part of American parents. In fact, the bigger department stores like Sears and J.C. Penney refused to stock the “certificate” because the idea was so absurd.

Fast forward 40 years … Kind Katie is doing something that takes some faith and displays some moxie too. We have the audacity to suggest a crowd of as many as 10,000 investors will purchase a “certificate” on the promise an amazing film will be delivered. Crowd-funding is not new or novel – but a crowd-funded film going to theaters IS … especially one that offers a return on hopeful profitability.

Opening a “certificate” that can’t be redeemed months from now can be less than exciting … especially for a 6-year-old on Christmas morning. But investing in a film that will LITERALLY change lives and will make history IS and WILL BE remarkably rewarding.

Over the past few weeks we’ve had some press about our strategy and co-incidentally, I’ve received several friend requests on social media from producers, directors, and other influencers in the faith-based film world. Perplexed, I asked my wife why they’d suddenly be reaching out to ME. My wife replied, “They’re watching.” She continued, “They’re rooting for you … they just don’t want to admit it. If you can show them this works, what you’ve been saying will be proven true. You’ll literally change how films come to market.” (It’s nice to know your wife believes in you).

I’ve been scratching my head about some things. Out of over 8100 page followers, only about 220 are investors. (2.7%) … I got a little discouraged the other day and then it hit me, people don’t INVEST.

Most don’t SAVE. Most only SPEND on what brings immediate satisfaction … in fact, most SPEND MORE THAN THEY HAVE. Want proof?

A recent study reported that 66 MILLION Americans have ZERO in savings. Yet, 60% of us will have some kind of financial emergency this year. Another study revealed 47 percent of Americans wouldn’t be able to cover even a $400 expense without borrowing money or selling something. We live our lives at the limit (or just past) our financial margins.

And yet, we live in the most affluent country at one of the most affluent times in our history. We spend $4 on a cup of coffee and $100 (at least) on a pair of shoes. I went back and looked at my debit card record and was shocked (and a little embarrassed) that I had spent over $240 on restaurants over the past week. Yes, it was over a weekend and there was a birthday celebration in there too, but … really??!!

And to think the people of Tomas Borge, Nicaragua live off $40 a MONTH.

Some Sobering Conclusions:
1. Based on the numbers, you’re likely NOT yet one of our investors.
2. You probably live life at your financial limits most of the time.
3. The idea of investing around $100 or more in a “certificate” that won’t show results for months isn’t going to fill you up with warm-fuzzies.
4. You’ll likely have to make a few changes in your spending habits to become an investor.
5. It’s going to take some FAITH in an unproven production team that your investment will be worth it.

In the world of Star Wars memorabilia, those certificates are now worth thousands of dollars. That’s right … the CARDBOARD is worth thousands. Kenner and Star Wars completely changed an industry.

I believe Kind Katie can too. I hope you’ll have faith in us. I hope you’ll make a few small changes to become an investor. I believe you’ll look back and be very glad you were part of this story.

Read … like … share … invest 


Notice of Funds Disbursement

[The following is an automated notice from the StartEngine team].


As you might know, Kind Katie Movie Partners has exceeded its minimum funding goal. When a company reaches its minimum on StartEngine, it's about to begin withdrawing funds. If you invested in Kind Katie Movie Partners be on the lookout for an email that describes more about the disbursement process.

This campaign will continue to accept investments until its indicated closing date.

Thanks for funding the future.




WHO IS THIS UPDATE FOR? This will only apply to the 50 (or so) people who have YET to recertify their investment.  If you've been receiving emails or texts from StartEngine asking you to recertify your investment, please do so.  This takes ONE CLICK of the  mouse and it will assure your investment stays intact.  

WHY HAVE I BEEN RECEIVING  THESE NOTICES?  About a week ago we extended our campaign and changed the MAX goal from $100K to $1.07M (our production budget).  This was the plan all along.  Whenever there is a change in ANY of the details of an investment campaign, those who have not yet been fully invested (had funds transferred) have to recertify their decision to invest.

HOW LONG DO I HAVE? Until Noon on Friday 3/16 (Eastern Time) ... so please take care of the matter as soon as possible.

WHAT IF I HAVEN'T BEEN GETTING NOTICES TO RECERTIFY? Then ignore this message - you're already fully invested.






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