Listen up y’all, everyone knows many hands make light work…. a little goes a long way…. and every teardrop is a waterfall. So, because this film is about our community, for our community, we want as many people as possible to be involved. GIVE ONE SINGLE DOLLAR TO PUSH “BUILD ME A WORLD” ACROSS THE FINISH LINE. Your reward: the entire Fancy Team will thank you BY NAME in next Friday’s FANCY FRIDAY video. Visit the KICKSTARTER and drop that dolla. #buildmeaworld #BUCKBUCKCHALLENGE
"But look, the fact that kids right out of college are self-deprecatingly romanticizing their lives on the internet for whoever wants to pay attention isn’t really the problem. Sure that increasingly loud chatter is, on principle, fairly aggravating, but the true enemy here, the ballet flat-clad villain, is what’s actually being said. In Koenig’s world of twentiesdom, and on Dunham’s lightly parodic but also sincere show, kids are stumbling around with a “aren’t I a beautiful, fascinating mess” attitude that prizes self-imposed ennui and quirky angst over anything, well, productive. It’s all stumbling for stumbling’s sake with the vague but entitled hope of a bestowed reward at the end."
We’ve spent the last year at the historic Howard School and in one week, our 90-minute documentary Build Me A World will be picture-locked and shipped off to the colorist. Whether you’re right nearby or salmon fishing in Alaska, I want to invite you to the premiere on August 16th. Checkout our spanking new website for the film, and our Kickstarter campaign built to push the film far and wide in these days of infancy.
Come along now friends!
Today is a big day. OFFICIAL TRAILER.
“And these three remain; faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”
We’re really excited to be a part of this Kickstarter. Jeff Enlow has put together a collection of personal photo essays by Christian Hansen, Alex Welsh and Mustafah. The three-part zine will be funded by the money we raise and hope to be able to start sending out prints to everyone who participates. We’ve got lots planned for the next few weeks. (via The Forest Zine by jeff enlow — Kickstarter)
Christian is a good friend and an amazing photographer. Cool project to support.