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“The ever-rising number of people in the United States that live on the streets is a concern that affects many. As a member of society, I feel it is my duty to utilize my talent to bring a fresh look at this issue. I wish to focus my efforts on homeless people who were once successful in the eyes of many, but then took a turn in one way or another that led to them being homeless. I also want to examine the relationships between these people and the children that love and miss them.” – Vagabond Kickstarter Page
THE RIDGE – BOZEMAN, MONT.
“Why make a film about the Bridger Ridge Run? Why make a film about running wild in the mountains? These are good questions – very good questions. The answers are simple: this is not a film about the Bridger Ridge Run. This is not a film about running wild in the mountains. This is a film about the PEOPLE who run the Bridger Ridge Run. This is a film about the PEOPLE who LOVE running wild in the mountains. This film celebrates the PEOPLE who have made the Ridge Run what it is, what it was, and what it will be.” – Ridge Kickstarter Page
“A rising tide lifts all boats” captures Montana’s legacy of using our collective power through ingenuity and innovation to affect greater change through ingenuity and innovation. Montanans are, and always have been, pioneers on the frontier of change. As Montana vies to recruit new businesses, our success stories must be told to ensure prospective companies realize the untapped opportunities available in Butte and Montana. The Orphan Girl is a multi-platform film, produced by Chisel Industries, Headframe Spirits, and the Montana Film Office designed to bring national awareness to Butte and Montana and support business recruitment.” – Orphan Girl Kickstarter
“Clay Montana, Is It the Water?” is a documentary, a cinematic portrait about the world-class ceramic arts community in Montana: the artists, the studios, the galleries and museums, the earth, fire and the water. Under the direction of Geoffrey Pepos (Sundance & PBS filmmaker), and providing we reach our funding goals, the film is set to be completed in the fall of 2014. We have received a Big Sky Grant from the Montana Film Office. Your support will take the vision even further! Having successfully raised a portion of our budget, we are now at the point where we really need your help. This is the critical moment. We are inviting you to become a part of our adventure. ” – Clay Montana, Is It the Water? Kickstarter Page