Wednesday, August 8, 2012

And the RACE is on...

The finish line is in sight and I’m not just talking about the Olympics.  I now have a rough cut of my film Lost In Living and it is because of your support and your friendship.  I am so grateful and frankly quite touched by your belief in this project and in me. 

I am launching a Kickstarter Campaign and I need to raise $5000 or more in the next 30 days.  That’s how Kickstarter works.  If the goal isn’t reached, I get nothing.  This last fundraising push is necessary to complete the editing, pay the composer, update the website, create an education guide and show this film everywhere. You can read all the details about it when you click on this campaign link:

Many of you have financially contributed to this project already.  Your incredibly generous help has kept me editing this film toward completion.  Thank you so very, very much.

There are so many ways to participate in the project without sending money.  And I need that help.  Open up your rolodex or your email contact list and send the Kickstarter link to anyone who you think would be interested.  See if you can find at least five people to email.

Maybe you know someone who can write about it in a blog or an article or on a Facebook page.  Take up the message of the film as your own and pass the news about it to your friends, relatives, co-workers – even strangers on the street.

Become an Outreach Partner.  Spread the word about the film in your community, to arts and womens’ organizations.  Help us find places we can screen this film and partner with organizations that can benefit from its message. 

Most of all broadcast this Kickstarter campaign as often as you can.  Facebook it, tweet it, email it, talk about it.  My thanks are enormous.

Please sign up on the website (below) for the newsletter and continue to receive updates on the progress of Lost In Living.  There is so much more to come.

With your participation and support I plan to have this film completed in the next few months.  I simply can’t thank you enough.

1 comment:

  1. LOVED the trailer.

    What a perfect bit of quiet thought to come home to tonight.

    Thank you for a film where I feel understood in some of these thoughts I have, where one side of my brain chastises me for the selfishness of my choices.

    Tonight, I feel I have been given "permission" for the hours I spend, staying up late, to write.