Tag Archives: Kickstarter

All’s well that ends well.

With 19 hours to go, my film is 79% funded. But Kickstarter is all or nothing. If tomorrow morning the project is still only 79% funded, or if it’s 80% funded, or 95% or 99% funded, I won’t get a … Continue reading

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Three two seven five.

99 backers $11,725 pledged of $15,000 goal 78% funded! A measly $3275 is all that stands in the way of finishing a film I began 20 years ago. Aren’t you curious to see what it’s like? There are only 60 hours left! … Continue reading

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Funding update: 3 days to go.

90 backers $10,434 pledged of $15,000 goal 69% funded! Jumpin’ pumpkins! But in order to get any money at all, I have to get to 100%. The best reason to pledge now? Through the generosity of an anonymous backer, all … Continue reading

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Those things about us and our relationships that technology can’t touch.

“Pause of the Clock,” Chicago director Rob Christopher’s film about young adults who confront the struggle for identity and push the boundaries of trust, recently wrapped a production schedule that spanned almost two decades. “It’s a film about friendship, secrets, … Continue reading

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5 days left. Double your pleasure through midnight Sunday.

There are 5 days left in the Kickstarter campaign. The good news is that, right now, the project is 66% funded. 66%! But Kickstarter is all or nothing: if I don’t get to 100% by early Thursday morning, I don’t … Continue reading

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The Reel Librarian reels over my reels.

Okay, so, after you’ve finished groaning over that headline go check out the Reel Librarian. A big supporter of my book and now a big supporter of my film! It’s a good time to take a snapshot of where the … Continue reading

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What do Jeffrey Brown and Andrew Bujalski have in common?

Jeffrey Brown is the author and illustrator of several best-selling books, including Darth Vader and Son and (one of my personal favorites) Funny Misshapen Body: A Memoir. He combines a goofy sense of humor with a drawing style that’s sincere … Continue reading

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