I’m sure many of you will have heard of Max Keiser, popular and controversial presenter of the ‘Keiser Report’ on RT (Formerly Russia Today TV)? He has a ‘Crowd Funding’ site to help film projects. Pie and Mash Films are asking our great supporters to consider sending a ‘share’ towards the production costs to complete Parts 2 & 3 of THE TRAGEDIES OF BROWN & THATCHER. All shares are priced at approx *£3.20 ($5 USD), people can reserve up to 5 shares approx £15.90 ($25 USD) with 1 share being the minimum.
Although the footage has been filmed we require £3,180 ($5,000) for completion costs. It looks like Max Keiser has started the ball rolling with his own contribution for 5 shares which is great! All shareholders receive a credit on the finished project. So if we can get 1000 contributions of $5 (the system is set up for dollars!) from around the globe, you will all be a part of this important 3-part documentary to assist these parents get their tragic and ‘unjust’ story out to the masses and to help inform future potential victims of UK Social Services catastrophic failings.
Just click on this link and pledge your share: http://www.piratemyfilm.com/projects/315 As we understand it, funds will not be released to Pie and Mash Films until the full amount is pledged. - We’re new to this so if you have any problems please let us know and we’ll get in touch with Max. As you can appreciate, in this time of economic hardship it is difficult to find funds for our independent citizen media productions. If this system works, it will enable Pie and Mash Films to continue to produce films for free viewing and so spread the word to a wide and global audience.
Please watch part one of THE TRAGEDIES OF BROWN & THATCHER on YouTube and if you’re inspired to help pledge your share here: http://www.piratemyfilm.com/projects/315
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT – PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR CONTACTS AROUND THE GLOBE.
* More info on Max Keiser: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Keiser
* At exchange rate dated 29 Jan 2012.
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