We have officially sailed past the $11,000 mark in our DISPLACEMENT Indiegogo campaign! As a treat for all of our loyal contributors and future contributors (hint, hint!) we are releasing more behind the scenes footage. Watch as we steal a few shots. Remember, if we make our campaign goal, we won’t have to steal shots any more!
Our DISPLACEMENT Indiegogo campaign is building more and more everyday and we are truly thankful to all of you who have helped us! Every dollar you give us helps us to make the best possible movie we can, and it allows you the chance to be a part of it. With that, we are excited to release the newest behind-the-scenes video, a three-minute film school. Check it out here and be sure to donate.
Now that we have reached over $3000 on our Indiegogo campaign, we are releasing a new behind-the-scenes video. Remember this blog? Now you can take a moment to see all the craziness from that shooting day. When you are done, head over to our Indiegogo campaign and check out all the amazing perks you get if you donate.
Though we are excited that Zach raised over $3 million via crowdfunding to make his movie, we are asking him to move over to make room for our crowdfunding campaign.
Yes, friends, you read that right. We are launching a crowdfunding campaign for Displacement! Launching this Thursday May 30 on Indiegogo, we are looking to raise $179,000 to help finish the film. We are asking for your help to reach this goal and we have great perks and rewards ready for you!
We’re not ready just yet, but on launch day we will have all the information ready for you at your finger tips, so stay tuned….
Here is a great photo of some of the props from the set of DISPLACEMENT. These are all thanks to our amazing Production Designer, Lawrence Kim. So what exactly is going on here? Looks dangerous! Want to find out more? Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and YouTube. Photo by Jason Moran, Location Labs.Wiznu.Com in Los Angeles.
Here is a great behind the scenes picture of Courtney getting her make up done by our phenomenal make up artist Denise Zamora. We’re excited to be working with her! Not only is she great with make up, but she helped fix the Jeep too. She is multi-talented! Photo by Emily Whalen, Location Burbank, CA.
Since it’s Friday, we thought we would share a few great set photos from Displacement. The first is Sarah Douglas and Courtney Hope on set the first day of shooring. Photo by Denise Zamora, Location Wiznu Labs.
The second is from this past weekend of Courtney in the jeep with Ken. Photo by Emily Whalen, Location Burbank, CA
We’ve been having a lot of fun on set! Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for more exciting photos and tales! And don’t miss the Displacement blog!