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BenModel wrote:Not a problem. Lots of people use this term for crowd-funded DVD projects. The films have been rescued already by the archives and in some cases collectors, and aren't necessarily being held hostage. What's great is that we're in an era when the opportunities for fans helping out with distribution are starting to be more possible.
boblipton wrote:You've got a day to order a copy. Then the Kickstarter closes.
boblipton wrote:I was hoping that like two hundred people would overload the Kickstarter site with a minute to go, but no. Or maybe they did.
drednm wrote:boblipton wrote:I was hoping that like two hundred people would overload the Kickstarter site with a minute to go, but no. Or maybe they did.
Several cancellations but no last-minute flood. That's OK. I'm surprised this one funded at all, considering the film has been around for decades, unlike my other Davies projects....
Now I just have to wait for LOC and for Ben Model (lol).....
Certainly for me, the preservation aspect of it as well as ensuring that it runs at its proper pace on home video were key selling points.
Ben Model working on it is a nice bonus.
Bor Enots wrote:The transfer will be directly from the nitrate. It should look fantastic.
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