Yup, what started back in February, at least for Loony's Brew, is getting ever closer to becoming a reality with filming scheduled in September. The director Joshua Brucker has done an amazing job initiating and organizing the project, not a trivial thing to do, and it's now at the critical stage of funding.
Since this film is not a Hollywood mega-budget movie to be shown and sold at thousands of movie theaters worldwide, it likewise doesn't have the massive budget but what it lacks in funding, it more than makes up for in passion and heart from seemingly everyone involved. Which from all the movies I've seen, seem to be the key ingredients anyway to making the film a success. What does success for a movie like this mean if not for profit? While others may have their own definitions, some of my perspectives include:
How you can support:
The project is being crowdfunded from Indiegogo and is looking to raise $35,000. Anyone interested can contribute at different levels and with their contribution, will receive various items in return including social media shout-outs, digital downloads, signed posters, t-shirts, and much more. The different levels include:
Check out the Indiegogo One for the Road page to learn more about the movie, the different levels, and make a contribution. Your support for helping to make these dreams a reality is much appreciated.